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Wild Plant Permaculture Class

Turtle Lake Refuge

Friday, July 10, 2020 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, July 12, 2020 at 3:00 PM (MDT)

Wild Plant Permaculture Class

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General admission Jul 10, 2020 $333.00 $9.32

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 The Wild Plant Permaculture Class is 3 day intensive with hands-on instruction focusing on an integration of  permaculture, wild edible and medicinal plants and holistic health as part of the daily practices. These practices assist in the alignment of harmony between our internal landscape and our external environment.  This class highlights the wild wisdom of weeds as some of the best permaculture teacher examples. This class will visit several sites including: Turtle Lake Refuge Cafe to witness the power of health rooted in community, a food forest community garden close to Durango, Colorado at 7,000' elevation, and a mountainous hut in the La Plata Mountains at elevations of 8-9,000' where we will be staying both nights.

       We will begin with reviewing the permaculture basics, and then dive in deeper to understand how wild plants embody permaculture and cooperate to enhance the environment for the benefit of all. We will experience hands-on projects and expand our understanding of permaculture design through explorations of sacred ecological practices.  We will look to the wild wisdom for inspiration and support while we re-design own rhythmic patterns and participate more powerfully in a regenerative transformation of the world.

 

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Turtle Lake Refuge
848 East 3rd Street
Durango, CO 81301

Friday, July 10, 2020 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, July 12, 2020 at 3:00 PM (MDT)


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Turtle Lake Refuge

Our mission is to celebrate the connection between personal health and wild lands.

We manifest this goal through promoting and practicing sustainable practices. Examples of our work include growing, harvesting and preparing local, wild and living food for the community, educating about the great values of the wild edible abundance available in our area, providing local microgreens for the public schools, restaurants and stores, biking or driving on alternative fuel when possible, utilizing solar dehydrators, bicycle powered blender and wheatgrass juicer and educating about organic land stewardship practices.

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