Welcome to the March 2010 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
In this issue...
1.) Feature Article: Four Pemmican Recipes
Pemmican is a valuable survival food that originated in North America. Learn four recipes for making your own...
2.) Permaculture Summer Semester
Learn how to work with nature to create a more sustainable world! Earn a Permaculture Design Certificate at Alderleaf...
3.) Upcoming Spring Courses!
Forest Stewardship Course, CyberTracker Track & Sign Evaluation, Medicinal Plants Course, and more...
Four Pemmican Recipes
Pemmican is a valuable survival food that originated in North America. Originally a Cree word for rendered fat, pemmican is a food used by a variety of Native peoples for many generations, and was adopted by the fur traders in the 18th and 19th centuries.
This amazing food is a dried mixture of meat, berries and rendered fat (there are also vegetarian versions). When prepared properly using good pemmican recipes it can last anywhere from several months to several years without refrigeration!
Learn four recipes for making your own pemmican...
Permaculture Summer Semester
Learn how to work with nature to create a more sustainable world!
Earn a Permaculture Design Certificate while studying nature and gaining hands-on experience on our permaculture farm and wilderness campus. Begins July 7th, 2010...
Upcoming Spring Courses!
Check out what's coming up in spring!
Forest Stewardship Course:
Apr 3-4, 2010
Learn the fundamentals of sustainable home-scale forest management that promotes a healthy, biologically-diverse environment!
CyberTracker Track & Sign Evaluation:
Apr 17-18, 2010
An excellent learning opportunity, skills assessment, and opportunity to become a certified wildlife tracker! Limited space - call to register
Medicinal Plants Course:
Jun 26-27, 2010
Learn about wild medicinal plant preparations in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Mountains!
View our full lineup of classes at our Courses page!
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