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Location: Asheville, North Carolina - USA
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Location: Asheville, NC
Spring Option: April 4-8, 2016
Schedule: 10am – 5pm each day, with an evening presentation by Charles Eisenstein.
Fee: Includes program tuition and materials. Food and lodging are separate — details below.

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW:
This comprehensive workshop is an introductory overview of the basic skills you’ll need to create a resilient life. Dig deep into what it takes to build and maintain a vibrant homestead. Learn from Asheville’s top teachers, gardeners, fermenters, healers, and botanists how to create a thriving, regenerative ecosystem, community, and home. In this workshop you will learn about homesteading, gardening, foraging, fermenting, food preservation, and herbal medicine making skills.

FOR INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION: http://ashevillage.org/resilient-living-workshop/
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