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Sustainable Living Internship Program in southern Oregon

 
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Join us for the 2012 growing season in our Sustainable Living Internship Program . Earn 2 Antioch University credits while learning wilderness homesteading, land stewardship, growing abundant organic food, community living, earth ethics, herbal medicine making, seed saving, food preservation, environmental activism, and expressing your passion for living sustainably.
Trillium Farm is a residential eco-village, a cultural, spiritual and educational retreat center, a grassroots conservation organization, and a wilderness based university accredited campus located on 82 acres on the gorgeous Little Applegate River in the Siskiyou Mountains of SW Oregon. The beauty and magic of Trillium Farm is known through out the region for its breath-taking ridge-top views, lush greenery of the south facing meadows, its pure watershed bringing gravity-fed water from the mountains to the farm filling year-round and seasonal ponds, and nearly one mile of Little Applegate River frontage. The main house is the oldest standing cabin in the valley and has hosted visitors from around the world. Throughout Trillium's long tenure as a retreat and education center (also known as Birch Creek Arts & Ecology Center), Trillium has offered programs in community, sustainable living practices, environmental activism, natural history and the fine and healing arts. Trillium is surrounded by thousands of acres in a proposed wilderness, offering spectacular hiking and biking trails as well off-trail adventures. For application and information call (541) 899-1696 or email trillium@deepwild.org
http://www.deepwild.org/bcaec/internships2012.htm
Please look at our website www.deepwild.org and find application under Internships in Birch Creek Arts & Ecology section.
 
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