Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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GARDEN STATES 2021

A Forum for Cultivating Ethnobotanical Plant Knowledge and Community

Welcome plant enthusiasts

We invite you to join us at the Garden States botanical conference for three days of ethnobotanical knowledge sharing on plants, fungi and the environment. Our program will explore relationships between humankind and plants, including gardening, conservation and sustainability, culture, art, spirituality, philosophy, research and politics. Garden States is designed to encourage community building around medicinal plants, research, and psychedelic culture.
 
Get your hands dirty and learn from the experts on how to grow and share ethnobotanical plants. Participate in community-lead learning and meet like-minded botanical folk from across Australia. The conference will consist of multiple stages hosting simultaneous presentations, some live streaming elements as well as a bustling, ethnobotanical marketplace.
 
The main conference will take place as an in-person event across Friday, December 3rd, and Saturday, December 4th. For the first time, we will also be operating as an online hybrid event, enabling people from across Australia and around the world to attend. Online attendees will have access to the main stage and additional online streaming content.

On Sunday, December 5th, we are currently planning to host an informal community gathering in the afternoon, for in-person attendees. The social day will include a plant meet and a book swap in an outdoor space at the Springvale conference venue. We will also provide additional online content on Sunday morning that will be accessible remotely for all ticket holders.

Ticketing Options

In response to COVID-19, the conference will now take place as a hybrid event. There are three main ticket categories, some with several ticket subcategories (standard, concession, First Nations, etc.).
 
1.    'General' tickets permit the holder to attend the conference and the Sunday social gathering in-person. ‘In-person’ ticket holders can also access the Sunday live stream content and will receive a printed copy of the EGA Journal.
 
2.    'Online - Australian' tickets permit access to three days of livestream content from the conference main stage. 'Online - Australian' ticket holders will receive print and digital copies of the 2021 EGA Journal. These ticket holders must have an Australian postal address.  
 
3.    'Online - International' ticket holders get access to three days of livestream content from the main stage. 'Online - International' ticket holders will receive a digital copy of the 2021 EGA Journal. These ticket holders will also receive special access to a digital copy of the EGA Compendium, which includes articles from the first three EGA Journals.
 
All 2021 EGA Garden States Conference ticket holders will have access to the recorded livestream for three months after the conference. All ticket holders will receive a copy of the 2021 EGA Journal, with the physical or digital format of the journal they receive depending on their ticket category.

a selection of

Garden States 2021 Contributors

DAVID HOLMGREN
Contributors
David Holmgren is the co-originator of the permaculture concept following publication of Permaculture One, co-authored with Bill Mollison in...
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DR MARGARET ROSS
Contributors
Dr Margaret Ross is a consultant clinical psychologist and the clinical lead in Australia’s first ever psychedelic clinical trial....
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KEEPER TROUT
Contributors, Streamed
Keeper Trout is an author and archivist living in Northern California.  Trout has published 11 books and numerous articles;...
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JANET LAURENCE
Contributors
Janet Laurence is a leading Sydney-based artist who exhibits nationally and internationally. Her practice examines our physical, cultural and...
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DR ALISON POULIOT
Contributors
Dr Alison Pouliot is an ecologist, environmental photographer and honorary fellow at the Australian National University. Her research spans...
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JOHN SEED
Contributors
John Seed is the founder of the Rainforest Information Centre. Since 1979 he has been involved in the direct...
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MONICA BARRATT
Contributors
Monica Barratt is a Vice-Chancellor Senior Research Fellow in the Social and Global Studies Centre at RMIT University. She...
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DR SURESH MUTHUKUMARASWAMY (NZ)
Contributors, Streamed
Dr Suresh Muthukumarasway is currently an Associate Professor in psychopharmacology at The University of Auckland. Suresh started studying psychedelic drugs...
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DR MARTIN WILLIAMS
Contributors
Martin Williams, PhD, is a research fellow in Medicinal Chemistry at the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University,...
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LILA LIEBERMAN
Contributors
Lila has been working with medicinal plants and indigenous methodologies of healing for twenty-five years. She began her journey...
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DR STEPHEN BRIGHT
Contributors
Dr Stephen Bright has worked as a psychologist within the Mental Health & Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) field...
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KIRSTY MACLEOD (NZ)
Contributors, Streamed
Kirsty MacLeod is a counsellor and addictions practitioner from Dunedin, New Zealand. She began training as an ibogaine provider after...
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a small selection of

Garden States 2021 Presentations

Some more thoughts and observations on cacti
Presentations
A lot has happened in the two decades since Trout’s cactus books went into print. Cactus lover Keeper Trout...
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The St Vincent’s Melbourne Psilocybin-Palliative Care Trial – Much behind us, but so much still ahead…
Presentations
Friday 31st January 2020 was a momentous day in the history of psychedelic research in Australia, as the clinical...
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Between Sex and Death – A Journey in the Mycosphere
Presentations
The scent of the prized Périgord truffle is somewhere 'between sex and death', according to one Australian forager. This...
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The alchemical life
Presentations
I am thinking about the dreams of plants in order to enter into an intimate relationship with them and...
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ABOUT  ENTHEOGENESIS AUSTRALIS

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Entheogenesis Australis is a charitable, educational organisation established in 2004. We provide opportunities for critical thinking and knowledge sharing on ethnobotanical plants, fungi, nature and sustainability.

Through our conferences and workshops, we aim to celebrate culture, science, art, politics and community around medicine plants. We aim for this celebration to contribute to the wellbeing of both earth and humankind.

 

Mission Statement - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind. 

Statement of Purpose - Entheogenesis Australis exists to enhance the Australian natural environment by: 

E – Encouraging the propagation, cultivation, conservation, preservation and sharing of plants and fungi of ethnobotanical significance whilst nurturing botanical environments. 

G – Growing community and developing connections through conversation, events, media and the creative arts, acting as a multidisciplinary nexus for knowledge sharing within the field of Ethnobotany. 

A – Advancing botanical discussion through research, critical thinking, education, creativity, innovation, and awareness about plants, fungi and related compounds with potential beneficial applications for humankind and the natural environment. 



Acknowledgement Of Country

We acknowledge that in Australia, we live and work in a stolen country that was never ceded. This dispossession, from which many in our community continue to benefit materially, causes ongoing trauma to Indigenous people and communities.


We recognise that we benefit from the knowledge and insights of First Nations people, including long relationships with the plants we revere, from around the world. We acknowledge that knowledge of First Nations people has often been obtained disrespectfully.


We encourage all in our community to learn to do our work the "right way", to understand and recognise different cultural protocols, and to show respect.


EGA enthusiastically supports the Uluru Statement, which calls for First Nations' voices in Australian parliament, for treaty, and for truth. We encourage each and all our community to take up the invitation in the Uluru Statement to work through Australia's unfinished business.


https://www.1voiceuluru.org/the-statement/


This is a list of organisations that support our events. Do join them.