These days find us standing at the edge of a cliff ecologically, socially, economically, and existentially. It is a precarious place to be; the risk of falling is real. But perhaps standing at the edge might also call forth something new: How clear must our seeing be, and how precise our attention, when standing on such ground? How do we carry ourselves, how do we move, and how do we speak? These times ask such questions of us.  Precipice aspires to stand at that edge--the edge of what we know, the edge of what we understand, the edge of what's familiar--to see what conversations emerge from there.  We will invite guests willing to explore that terrain with us.  They may be expert in certain things, but none of us are expert in navigating this time.  So we will be wondering out loud, together.

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February 16, 2017: Precipice Launch (Interview with Annie):

March 16, 2017: Andrew Gerber, Founder of The American Death Party--Inviting in Good Endings:

April 13, 2017: Kate Bunney, founder of Walking Water--Caring for Water through Pilgrimage:

April 20, 2017: Charles Eisenstein, author of The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible:

May 11, 2017: Rachelle Lamb, Nonviolent Communication coach and poet--Making Beauty of Language:

May 18, 2017: Rebecca Roveto, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist--How to Serve Kids in a Troubled Education System:

June 15, 2017: Robin Rose Bennett, Herbalist, Writer, and Spiritual Teacher--What Plants Can Teach Us in Troubled Times:

June 22, 2017: Riel Miller, Team Leader for Futures Literacy at UNESCO--Working with the Future to Make Decisions in the Present:

July 13, 2017: Lyndsey Scott, Artist/Gardener/Yoga Teacher/Song Carrier--Planting Seeds and Songs in our Home Places:

July 20, 2017: Max Dashu, Expert on the Suppressed Histories of Women--How Buried History Impacts us Today:

August 10, 2017: Mary Mattingly, Visual Artist and Founder of "Swale," a floating food forest--Where art, ecology, and community meet:

August 17, 2017: Max Dashu (part 2), Alternatives to White Supremacy and Patriarchy

September 14, 2017: Day Schildkret, Visual Artist and Founder of Morning Altars--Impermanent Earth Art and Tending the Creative Process:

September 21, 2017: Scott Morris, Complementary Currency Expert--Economic Models that Serve People and Planet: