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Deer Hide Tanning, Wilderness Survival Course, & Permaculture Update - Alderleaf eNews, Jan 2015
January 30, 2015
Welcome to the January 2015 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
1.) Featured Article: Deer Hide Tanning
2.) Upcoming Wilderness Survival Course
3.) Summer Permaculture Design Course News!
By Georgieann Lilgreen
Taking the time to learn deer hide tanning brings with it many benefits. It not only reminds me of my ancestors, but allows me to experience the connection they had to the earth and animals. It also helps me to break away from the fast paced world I am a part of for a little while... Continue reading
Dates: Mar 28-29, 2015
Learn the most important wilderness survival skills: natural shelter construction, water purification, primitive fire making, and obtaining wild edible foods. This class is a combination of practical information, demonstrations, and hands-on experience with each of the skills.
Call the office or visit the course page to register or learn more: Wilderness Survival Course page.
Dates: Aug 14-29, 2015
Learn how to work with nature to create a more sustainable world!
Earn a Permaculture Design Certificate while gaining hands-on experience and learning nature awareness skills. The Permaculture Design Course is an intensive course focusing on permaculture design principles, nature awareness & ecology, and sustainable living skills.
New! - As part of this year's course we will be spending three days at the esteemed Bullock's Permaculture Homestead on Orcas Island! The Bullock Brothers, Doug and Sam, will be instructing while we're on the property, so you can benefit from their 35+ years of experience. If you want to learn from the Bullocks this summer, this is your chance!
Call the office or visit the course page to register or learn more: Permaculture Design Course page.
The application period for the 2015-2016 school year is open. Classes begin September 8th, 2015.
Visit the Certification Program page.
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