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1-Month Appropriate Tech and Off-Grid Homesteading program

 
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Hi all, I wanted to let you know about our Appropriate Technology and Off-Grid Homesteading program at Aprovecho.

The Appropriate Technology Series is a four-week course designed to empower students with the ability to implement simple, energy-saving technologies in the home, on the farm, or in the field.  From solar cookers to methane digesters; rocket stoves to off-grid electrical systems, this four-week course delves into the science of sustainability while teaching the practical skills necessary for applying these technologies in the real world. This course will also be appropriate for those exploring new, green vocations in sustainability. By working with professionals in the field, students will be exposed to potential career pathways in appropriate technology and beyond. Take the series as a whole or choose week-by-week depending on your interest.

You can find out more at aprovecho.net.
 
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