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Joshua Pribanic, Advisor

Joshua Boaz Pribanic is an American film director, artist, editor, investigative reporter and founder of the investigative news non-profit, Public Herald and Public Herald Studios. He’s best known for his award-winning documentary films on fracking, Triple Divide (c. 2013) and Triple Divide [Redacted] (c. 2017), and for his role as Editor-in-Chief and investigative journalist at Public Herald (cited in over 200 publications). Pribanic’s 2020 7-time award-winning documentary INVISIBLE HAND showcases the “Rights of Nature” movement worldwide and will be his third film collaboration with actor Mark Ruffalo — signed on as an Executive Producer — and his third documentary with co-director Melissa Trouthman.

From 2007 through 2012 Pribanic was responsible for the start of Erie Fresh, the first multi-grower Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in Erie County, Ohio and the area's first volunteer based community gardens in 2007.

He would end up using the practice of Permaculture to promote regenerative agriculture projects in his hometown of Sandusky, Ohio. At the peak of his work in Sandusky, Pribanic operated several community gardens, a farmer’s market, and a CSA that served over 100 families from 15 farms in the northern Ohio region.

 

Due to contracting Long Haul COVID, he also founded the Long Covid Action Project (LCAP). He spends much of his time leading the charge on direct actions that are beneficial to the Long COVID community.

* Founder of Long Covid Action Project (LCAP)

* Bowling Green State University, A.B. in Literature, Minor in Environmental Science

* Oberlin College, Certified Permaculturalist

* COVID Long Hauler as of 11/2020

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