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Please note that selecting sessions of interest on the SCHED.ORG program does not register you for the event.

Advance Registration
closes October 20th at 5pm. 
On-site registration will be available starting on Friday, October 23 at 12:00pm in the lobby of the Humanities Building.

Kayann Short

Naropa University
Kayann Short, Ph.D., is a writer, farmer, teacher, and activist at Stonebridge Farm, an organic community-supported farm in the Rocky Mountain foothills. As an award-winning teacher at the University of Colorado-Boulder, Short directed memoir and digital storytelling outreach projects with community elders, adult literacy students, and women’s organizations. She is the author of the May Sarton Memoir Award finalist A Bushel’s Worth: An Ecobiography from Torrey House Press. The book is also a Silver Nautilus Award winner in Green Living and Sustainability. Currently, she is writing a guide to ecology-based memoir and mentors individual clients on their own ecobiographies. As an activist, Short promotes the important place of organic food production and agricultural preservation in a healthy, environmentally sustainable community.