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Sepp Holzer International Seminar 2016 | August 24 - September 2

 
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I'm so thankful for Sepp Holzer every day. When I think of what it means to be an Ecological Warrior, Sepp Holzer is the shining example that has inspired and empowered me and so many others. So much power, so much grace, so much wisdom.



I'm excited to again be offering the opportunity for English speakers to learn from and meet Sepp, visit his new farm the Holzerhof, and be the first group to see his new project in Jennersdorf. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn with several different students of Holzer visiting the first Edible Village in Austria the Wildniskulturhof located in the same region as Sepp's new place. Participants will also learn about natural beekeeping and log hives with a rebel beekeeper in the Austrian Alps.

We can only take 30 people for this event so be sure to register early to secure your spot. The early bird deadline is March 31.

Trip Highlights:
The Holzerhof
The Edible Village of Ulbebach
Wildniskulturhof
Natural Beekeeping


For more details and to register:


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Sepp Holzer at the Holzerhof with a previous group

 
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What an awesome opportunity for those who can afford it [which sure isn't me xD]

I will tell you this though, if you were able to get permission to video-record the landscapes in detail including the questions the group asks and all that, I would definitely be prepared to fork over a meaningful chunk of change for it.
 
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