Hatch Lab PDX

Location

2420 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland
,
OR
97232
,
US

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Past Events

Monday
Jan
30
2017
Monday, January 30, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Become the CFO of Your Life In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Taught by Douglas Tsoi, J.D. Four weeks, $120 || Space is limited to 20 students. There is only one person responsible for your financial health: you. Become the CFO for your life. In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Most people live their lives unconscious about money and because of that, live in financial fragility. We'll explore the influence the hidden assumptions of consumption and debt in our capitalist system and help you reclaim ownership of how you spend your time + your energy. We'll talk about the reasons to work towards financial independence: freedom from worry, freedom from the consumer machine, being able to truly live out your sense of purpose. Ultimately it's about feeling in control of your life and where you want to go with it. In class, you'll write your financial manifesto, and make a plan on how to execute it. We'll talk about budgeting, investing, and how intimate relationships affect the way you treat money. After the course, you'll have the option to join the financial "community of practice" with students from the previous cohort to keep you accountable to the goals you've set. Week 1: Understanding Money We'll start with a simple idea: the personal savings rate and how it affects how many years you have to work. We'll discuss our internal assumptions about money and how they dramatically influence our lives. Week 2: Minding the Gap: Consumption + Income Taking control of your financial situation means controlling two basic things: your spending + your production. We'll talk about the profound implications behind taking control of both. Week 3: Writing Your Manifesto An oppressive system requires the consent of the governed. We'll talk about yours. No matter where you are on the path, working towards financial independence means taking back control of your life. Week 4: Making a Plan This last session will be about the nuts-and-bolts of financial independence. How are you going to achieve it, what obstacles do you anticipate + what are some ways to address them? Douglas Tsoi, JD, has been a lawyer, schoolteacher, and climate change activist. He is also the founder of PUGS. For the last twenty years, he saved half of his salary, earning him financial freedom to do what he wants with his time. Which is, of course, running PUGS.
Monday
Jan
23
2017
Monday, January 23, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Become the CFO of Your Life In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Taught by Douglas Tsoi, J.D. Four weeks, $120 || Space is limited to 20 students. There is only one person responsible for your financial health: you. Become the CFO for your life. In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Most people live their lives unconscious about money and because of that, live in financial fragility. We'll explore the influence the hidden assumptions of consumption and debt in our capitalist system and help you reclaim ownership of how you spend your time + your energy. We'll talk about the reasons to work towards financial independence: freedom from worry, freedom from the consumer machine, being able to truly live out your sense of purpose. Ultimately it's about feeling in control of your life and where you want to go with it. In class, you'll write your financial manifesto, and make a plan on how to execute it. We'll talk about budgeting, investing, and how intimate relationships affect the way you treat money. After the course, you'll have the option to join the financial "community of practice" with students from the previous cohort to keep you accountable to the goals you've set. Week 1: Understanding Money We'll start with a simple idea: the personal savings rate and how it affects how many years you have to work. We'll discuss our internal assumptions about money and how they dramatically influence our lives. Week 2: Minding the Gap: Consumption + Income Taking control of your financial situation means controlling two basic things: your spending + your production. We'll talk about the profound implications behind taking control of both. Week 3: Writing Your Manifesto An oppressive system requires the consent of the governed. We'll talk about yours. No matter where you are on the path, working towards financial independence means taking back control of your life. Week 4: Making a Plan This last session will be about the nuts-and-bolts of financial independence. How are you going to achieve it, what obstacles do you anticipate + what are some ways to address them? Douglas Tsoi, JD, has been a lawyer, schoolteacher, and climate change activist. He is also the founder of PUGS. For the last twenty years, he saved half of his salary, earning him financial freedom to do what he wants with his time. Which is, of course, running PUGS.
Monday
Jan
16
2017
Monday, January 16, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Become the CFO of Your Life In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Taught by Douglas Tsoi, J.D. Four weeks, $120 || Space is limited to 20 students. There is only one person responsible for your financial health: you. Become the CFO for your life. In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Most people live their lives unconscious about money and because of that, live in financial fragility. We'll explore the influence the hidden assumptions of consumption and debt in our capitalist system and help you reclaim ownership of how you spend your time + your energy. We'll talk about the reasons to work towards financial independence: freedom from worry, freedom from the consumer machine, being able to truly live out your sense of purpose. Ultimately it's about feeling in control of your life and where you want to go with it. In class, you'll write your financial manifesto, and make a plan on how to execute it. We'll talk about budgeting, investing, and how intimate relationships affect the way you treat money. After the course, you'll have the option to join the financial "community of practice" with students from the previous cohort to keep you accountable to the goals you've set. Week 1: Understanding Money We'll start with a simple idea: the personal savings rate and how it affects how many years you have to work. We'll discuss our internal assumptions about money and how they dramatically influence our lives. Week 2: Minding the Gap: Consumption + Income Taking control of your financial situation means controlling two basic things: your spending + your production. We'll talk about the profound implications behind taking control of both. Week 3: Writing Your Manifesto An oppressive system requires the consent of the governed. We'll talk about yours. No matter where you are on the path, working towards financial independence means taking back control of your life. Week 4: Making a Plan This last session will be about the nuts-and-bolts of financial independence. How are you going to achieve it, what obstacles do you anticipate + what are some ways to address them? Douglas Tsoi, JD, has been a lawyer, schoolteacher, and climate change activist. He is also the founder of PUGS. For the last twenty years, he saved half of his salary, earning him financial freedom to do what he wants with his time. Which is, of course, running PUGS.
Monday
Jan
9
2017
Monday, January 9, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Become the CFO of Your Life In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Taught by Douglas Tsoi, J.D. Four weeks, $120 || Space is limited to 20 students. There is only one person responsible for your financial health: you. Become the CFO for your life. In this course, we'll talk about the seven levels of financial maturity, from financial dependence or living paycheck to paycheck, to saving minimally and lastly, having financial freedom. Most people live their lives unconscious about money and because of that, live in financial fragility. We'll explore the influence the hidden assumptions of consumption and debt in our capitalist system and help you reclaim ownership of how you spend your time + your energy. We'll talk about the reasons to work towards financial independence: freedom from worry, freedom from the consumer machine, being able to truly live out your sense of purpose. Ultimately it's about feeling in control of your life and where you want to go with it. In class, you'll write your financial manifesto, and make a plan on how to execute it. We'll talk about budgeting, investing, and how intimate relationships affect the way you treat money. After the course, you'll have the option to join the financial "community of practice" with students from the previous cohort to keep you accountable to the goals you've set. Week 1: Understanding Money We'll start with a simple idea: the personal savings rate and how it affects how many years you have to work. We'll discuss our internal assumptions about money and how they dramatically influence our lives. Week 2: Minding the Gap: Consumption + Income Taking control of your financial situation means controlling two basic things: your spending + your production. We'll talk about the profound implications behind taking control of both. Week 3: Writing Your Manifesto An oppressive system requires the consent of the governed. We'll talk about yours. No matter where you are on the path, working towards financial independence means taking back control of your life. Week 4: Making a Plan This last session will be about the nuts-and-bolts of financial independence. How are you going to achieve it, what obstacles do you anticipate + what are some ways to address them? Douglas Tsoi, JD, has been a lawyer, schoolteacher, and climate change activist. He is also the founder of PUGS. For the last twenty years, he saved half of his salary, earning him financial freedom to do what he wants with his time. Which is, of course, running PUGS.
Tuesday
Oct
18
2016
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 6:30-8pm
6:30-8pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
We meet once a month to connect with and learn from other people who are working to make a positive impact on the world. Every month we have five different speakers leading a ten minute presentation + Q&A to answer the question: what are you doing to help? This group has no religious or political views.
Monday
Oct
3
2016
Monday, October 3, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Rewilding 101: Ancestral Ways of Living for a More Resilient Life Taught by Peter Michael Bauer Mondays, September 12 - October 3 || 7:00-8:30 pm Hatch Space || 2420 NE Sandy Blvd. Four weeks, $91 || Space is limited to 20 students Climate change, environmental destruction, patriarchy, privilege, consumerism, health issues, lack of community, the disconnect from nature, world hunger, population growth...all are rooted from the same problem: the domestication of humans and of the wild over the last several thousand years. How did we get into this mess? From conservation biology to the paleo diet, people are realizing that the neolithic period has led humanity astray. Rewilding offers us a way out. This class is an intense crash course on what rewilding is, how you can rewild, and why you must. You will be able to apply these principle directly to your life, here and now. Join us on a journey through the ecological, anthropological, and psychological principles behind rewilding. We'll discuss the myths we've constructed about prehistoric peoples, the problems that came with the innovation of agricultural civilization, and the benefits of indigenous horticulture. You will finish the course aware of the various ways that people are rewilding, as well as the barriers that stand in the way. You will see how rewilding is viewed by the mainstream, and how to integrate it into your life in a way to that is respectful to indigenous populations. Week 1: Exploring Prehistory When did we lose our connection to the natural world? What is "pre" history, and why should we care about it? What is our "common knowledge" of cavemen? Plus, we'll review a timeline of human evolution. Week 2: Defining Rewilding What is our concept of ideas like "wild" and "wilderness"? How are people using the term "rewilding"? How do hunter-gatherers change the landscape? We'll also start to look at things like community-building, land access, and how rewilding is both an environmental and social justice movement. Week 3: Hazards of Rewilding We'll address how fear, economic status, legalities, cultural appropriation, and privilege relate to rewilding and how to go about it in a safe, helpful, and respectful way. Week 4: Rewilding in Action What does rewilding look like? What are some barriers to rewilding? We'll look at examples of current rewilders and rewilding communities and examine the possibilities for rewilding in the future, and taking things to the next level. Peter Michael Bauer is an environmental educator, author of the book Rewild or Die and founder of Rewild Portland.
Monday
Sep
26
2016
Monday, September 26, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Rewilding 101: Ancestral Ways of Living for a More Resilient Life Taught by Peter Michael Bauer Mondays, September 12 - October 3 || 7:00-8:30 pm Hatch Space || 2420 NE Sandy Blvd. Four weeks, $91 || Space is limited to 20 students Climate change, environmental destruction, patriarchy, privilege, consumerism, health issues, lack of community, the disconnect from nature, world hunger, population growth...all are rooted from the same problem: the domestication of humans and of the wild over the last several thousand years. How did we get into this mess? From conservation biology to the paleo diet, people are realizing that the neolithic period has led humanity astray. Rewilding offers us a way out. This class is an intense crash course on what rewilding is, how you can rewild, and why you must. You will be able to apply these principle directly to your life, here and now. Join us on a journey through the ecological, anthropological, and psychological principles behind rewilding. We'll discuss the myths we've constructed about prehistoric peoples, the problems that came with the innovation of agricultural civilization, and the benefits of indigenous horticulture. You will finish the course aware of the various ways that people are rewilding, as well as the barriers that stand in the way. You will see how rewilding is viewed by the mainstream, and how to integrate it into your life in a way to that is respectful to indigenous populations. Week 1: Exploring Prehistory When did we lose our connection to the natural world? What is "pre" history, and why should we care about it? What is our "common knowledge" of cavemen? Plus, we'll review a timeline of human evolution. Week 2: Defining Rewilding What is our concept of ideas like "wild" and "wilderness"? How are people using the term "rewilding"? How do hunter-gatherers change the landscape? We'll also start to look at things like community-building, land access, and how rewilding is both an environmental and social justice movement. Week 3: Hazards of Rewilding We'll address how fear, economic status, legalities, cultural appropriation, and privilege relate to rewilding and how to go about it in a safe, helpful, and respectful way. Week 4: Rewilding in Action What does rewilding look like? What are some barriers to rewilding? We'll look at examples of current rewilders and rewilding communities and examine the possibilities for rewilding in the future, and taking things to the next level. Peter Michael Bauer is an environmental educator, author of the book Rewild or Die and founder of Rewild Portland.
Monday
Sep
19
2016
Monday, September 19, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Rewilding 101: Ancestral Ways of Living for a More Resilient Life Taught by Peter Michael Bauer Mondays, September 12 - October 3 || 7:00-8:30 pm Hatch Space || 2420 NE Sandy Blvd. Four weeks, $91 || Space is limited to 20 students Climate change, environmental destruction, patriarchy, privilege, consumerism, health issues, lack of community, the disconnect from nature, world hunger, population growth...all are rooted from the same problem: the domestication of humans and of the wild over the last several thousand years. How did we get into this mess? From conservation biology to the paleo diet, people are realizing that the neolithic period has led humanity astray. Rewilding offers us a way out. This class is an intense crash course on what rewilding is, how you can rewild, and why you must. You will be able to apply these principle directly to your life, here and now. Join us on a journey through the ecological, anthropological, and psychological principles behind rewilding. We'll discuss the myths we've constructed about prehistoric peoples, the problems that came with the innovation of agricultural civilization, and the benefits of indigenous horticulture. You will finish the course aware of the various ways that people are rewilding, as well as the barriers that stand in the way. You will see how rewilding is viewed by the mainstream, and how to integrate it into your life in a way to that is respectful to indigenous populations. Week 1: Exploring Prehistory When did we lose our connection to the natural world? What is "pre" history, and why should we care about it? What is our "common knowledge" of cavemen? Plus, we'll review a timeline of human evolution. Week 2: Defining Rewilding What is our concept of ideas like "wild" and "wilderness"? How are people using the term "rewilding"? How do hunter-gatherers change the landscape? We'll also start to look at things like community-building, land access, and how rewilding is both an environmental and social justice movement. Week 3: Hazards of Rewilding We'll address how fear, economic status, legalities, cultural appropriation, and privilege relate to rewilding and how to go about it in a safe, helpful, and respectful way. Week 4: Rewilding in Action What does rewilding look like? What are some barriers to rewilding? We'll look at examples of current rewilders and rewilding communities and examine the possibilities for rewilding in the future, and taking things to the next level. Peter Michael Bauer is an environmental educator, author of the book Rewild or Die and founder of Rewild Portland.
Monday
Sep
12
2016
Monday, September 12, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Rewilding 101: Ancestral Ways of Living for a More Resilient Life Taught by Peter Michael Bauer Mondays, September 12 - October 3 || 7:00-8:30 pm Hatch Space || 2420 NE Sandy Blvd. Four weeks, $91 || Space is limited to 20 students Climate change, environmental destruction, patriarchy, privilege, consumerism, health issues, lack of community, the disconnect from nature, world hunger, population growth...all are rooted from the same problem: the domestication of humans and of the wild over the last several thousand years. How did we get into this mess? From conservation biology to the paleo diet, people are realizing that the neolithic period has led humanity astray. Rewilding offers us a way out. This class is an intense crash course on what rewilding is, how you can rewild, and why you must. You will be able to apply these principle directly to your life, here and now. Join us on a journey through the ecological, anthropological, and psychological principles behind rewilding. We'll discuss the myths we've constructed about prehistoric peoples, the problems that came with the innovation of agricultural civilization, and the benefits of indigenous horticulture. You will finish the course aware of the various ways that people are rewilding, as well as the barriers that stand in the way. You will see how rewilding is viewed by the mainstream, and how to integrate it into your life in a way to that is respectful to indigenous populations. Week 1: Exploring Prehistory When did we lose our connection to the natural world? What is "pre" history, and why should we care about it? What is our "common knowledge" of cavemen? Plus, we'll review a timeline of human evolution. Week 2: Defining Rewilding What is our concept of ideas like "wild" and "wilderness"? How are people using the term "rewilding"? How do hunter-gatherers change the landscape? We'll also start to look at things like community-building, land access, and how rewilding is both an environmental and social justice movement. Week 3: Hazards of Rewilding We'll address how fear, economic status, legalities, cultural appropriation, and privilege relate to rewilding and how to go about it in a safe, helpful, and respectful way. Week 4: Rewilding in Action What does rewilding look like? What are some barriers to rewilding? We'll look at examples of current rewilders and rewilding communities and examine the possibilities for rewilding in the future, and taking things to the next level. Peter Michael Bauer is an environmental educator, author of the book Rewild or Die and founder of Rewild Portland.
Friday
Jun
17
2016
Friday, June 17, 2016 from 6-8:30pm
6-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Hatch Lab PDX
Join Rogue Farm Corps for a fun evening of music, food, drink, and friends. Hear about our farmer training programs, connect with friends new and old, enjoy the Sammich Ashland food truck, cocktails by TenderBARpdx, soul & country by DJs Tobias & Dez. All ages! FREE! Drinks & raffle tickets for sale - all proceeds to Rogue Farm Corps. Come one come all! Thank you to our event partners and donors: Sammich Ashland Upright Brewing www.tenderbarpdx.com Dogwood Distilling Whole Foods Market Laurelhurst Reverend Nat's Hard Cider Caldera Brewing Company www.ginossellwood.com Nostrana New Seasons Market