Gleaning, foraging and gardening for survival & joy – FREE
13th May , 2018 – Sunday 3-4pm @ Ann Arbor District Library
Our workshops are based upon our experiences of many years of practical projects, teaching & facilitation, community engagement and professional discussions and research. They draw together gardening, horticulture, conservation, sustainability and regenerative practices, environmental education, Permaculture design and implementation, social ecology, ecopsychology & Indigenous land management.
Each workshop focuses on a particular theme, approach, challenge or opportunity & can be delivered in a range of possible formats from interactive lecture, to workshops of varying lengths, to retreats. They combine practical insights & skills, inspirational ideas, authors, guests, texts and/or films, practical exercises, field trips, embodied immersion, active education and reflective practice.
We believe that skills, practices, ideas and values are inextricably enfolded – & any effective workshop explores both practices and our ideas about these. Fully aware of the difficult times we live in, we teach to encourage, equip, inspire and for enjoyment.
For more details click on the course links below