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Host a PDC at Basalt Blossom ***2021 Incubator Program***

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We are looking for someone(s) to partner with Basalt Blossom to plan and facilitate PDC or similar programs this spring/summer. We provide the land, lodging, equipment for the program and support. You bring your skills, your marketing and your passion for seeing folks learn and grow in relationship to their environments.

A incubator is a collaborative endeavor that utilizes the resources available at Basalt Blossom to amplify your uniques skills and visions for a common good. We commonly hear that folks want to materialize a vision but don't have the support to make that happen. Well...lets do it together. If the program nets a revenue the facilitator splits that net with Basalt Blossom if it doesn't net anything you haven't lost anything.

Mission: In community, we curate transformational encounters with nature for the whole person at all phases of life

The canvas for this work is a 40-acre homestead located about 90 minutes from Portland OR in the beautiful Columbia Gorge. More precisely, we are located just outside the town of Klickitat, WA in scenic Swale Canyon. We back to hundreds of acres of state and tribal forestlands, creating a peaceful and beautiful setting in which to invite others for educational experiences in permaculture and agroforestry or personal contemplation or end-of-life living. We have worked hard to prepare the property so that others can join us to collaborate in shared mission.

Scott Davison

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