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Two Sustainable Lifestyle scholarships are being offered on the Oregon Coast at Lincoln City

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We are Accepting Applications for two Sustainable Lifestyle scholarships.  The scholarships include:
1. Full hook up parking space for an RV, 5th Wheel or Travel Trailer for a least one year.
2. Up to 10 hours/week of free Sustainable Workshops concern existing designs and community building.
3. Up to 15 hours/week of supervision on new Sustainable Projects. Projects concern food, energy, water, and shelter.

All the material costs, tools, and instructions for sustainable projects are provided at no cost.  Only people who are interested in learning how to have a Sustainable Lifestyle should apply. The only cost to you will be the electric you use for your rig, your food, and personal expenses.

To apply … complete the On-Line Application at www.Asktaxmoms.com/lifestyle

The Center is on the banks of the Siletz River, but the RV Living site is 4 miles away.  All workshops and projects are done at the Center. The Center is financially self-supporting by renting Kayaks and Crab Cats of which applications will not participates

To apply go to the On-Line Application at www.Asktaxmoms.com/lifestyle

• Internet, phone service or cable are not provided at RV site but are available at Center.
• No smoking in any of the Center’s building or vehicles
• Absolutely no drugs (legal or illegal) of any kind
• Dogs, Cats OK at RV site, but not at Center
• Off-street parking

To apply … go to the On-Line Application at www.Asktaxmoms.com/lifestyles

Projects and Workshops you may be involved:

Learn how to make a Bokashi Machine©. Bokashi is a Japanese term meaning 'fermented organic matter.' It is a two-stage process - fermentation stage, and a composting stage.

Learn how to make a TomatoBarrel©. It is portable and uses the heat storing capacity of its water reservoir. This water storage enables a longer growing season and minimal need for watering.

Learn how to make a Lettuce Tub©. It is a carefree technique that allows you to grow hydroponically without electricity, pumps, or wicks of any kind.

Learn how to make a Yurt Cloche©. In the Maritime Northwest of the Oregon Coast, year-round growing is easier and perhaps the cheapest and easiest semi-permanent option for season extension is a Yurt Cloche©.

To apply … go to the On-Line Application at www.Asktaxmoms.com/lifestyles
Other Projects in the researched stage:

Heat Grabber©
Slug Zapper©
Worm Module©
Organic Food Bed©
Garden on the Deck©
Pots of Water©
Bee Barrel©
Solar Dryer©
Chicken Garden©
High-Density Food
Rain Harvesting
Go and Grow House©

For more details, go to www.SustainableLivingCenterOregon.com
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