All farmers teaching this course are looking for interns for the summer. This is a great opportunity to learn high-altitude farming techniques! Visit www.ucsanmiguel.org or call 970-369-5255 for more information.
12 residential days= 96 hours of instruction July 11- 22, 2011 (4 credits ENVS 396)
Instructors: Patricia Frazier of Peace and Plenty Farm Kris Holstrom, MS, of Tomten Farm and The New Community Coalition Daniel Aragon, a sustainable builder and permaculturalist Wind Clearwater of The Oasis permaculture farm and garden, and landscaper Robyn Wilson, MA, ME, University Centers of the San Miguel
Locations: Click for map of locations Week 1 (July 11-15) - Peace and Plenty Farm outside of Hotchkiss Weekend: Saturday - Ridgway area - Shining Mountain Herbs, Buckhorn Gardens Sunday - Norwood area - Indian Ridge Farm and Bakery Week 2 (July 18-22) - Tomten Farm outside of Telluride July 22 - Permaculture Design Presentations, Telluride
Tuition: $900 before June 1,2011; $1000 after June 1 $100 discount if you bring a friend. Deposit: $200 at time of registration (non-refundable after June 1) Space is limited, register today for this popular course.
Camping provided at all sites, lodging options available. Most meals included. Part of the Telluride Summer College - accredited classes include Outdoor Education, Native Plants, and Permaculture Design Certificate; non-credit workshops: Cob Building and Bee Keeping (Click here)
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