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Alderleaf eNewsletter, April 2012 - New Tracking Apprenticeship, Worm Composting, Summer Classes!
April 25, 2012
Welcome to the April 2012 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
1.) Wildlife Tracking Apprenticeship - Newly Expanded!
2.) Feature Article: Creating a Worm Composting System
3.) Upcoming Summer Courses!
4.) Position Announcement - Alderleaf is Hiring!
5.) Considering the Wilderness Certification Program?
Discover the stories in wildlife tracks! See the natural world through new eyes as you become a wildlife tracker through ten exciting weekend trainings. Field trips to the Cascade mountains, coastal rainforests, and sagebrush deserts of central Washington... (Learn more about the Tracking Apprenticeship!)
A worm composting system is an easy, inexpensive and compact way to turn your food scraps into rich, plant-nourishing compost and organic fertilizer! Its an excellent addition to any sustainable home, garden, or permaculture farm.
Learn the how-to's, the do's, and the don'ts in this informative new article... (Read "Creating a Worm Composting System" article)
Upcoming Summer Courses!
Check out what's coming up!
Learn more about classes at our Courses page!
Alderleaf is pleased to announce openings for full and part-time core staff instructor/administrator positions. The new staff positions involve instruction at various courses and general organizational support. Positions are year round and include several weeks of field trips throughout the year.
Learn more at the Position Announcements web page.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012-2013 school year!
You can check out updates about what this year's students have been up to on the Alderleaf Blog. Only one more month until they graduate!
Did you know that Alderleaf has a blog and forum, and is also on social sites?
Check them out...
Alderleaf Commons Online Forum
Alderleaf on YouTube
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