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Permaculture Weekend May 26-29 se MI

I'm passing this along for all interested parties.

Cyndy Ross, Chairperson
Fellowship, SLLC Organic Community Garden, Memorial Garden, & 'Welcoming
Wagon' committees
Sylvan Lake Lutheran Church
2399 Figa Avenue
W. Bloomfield, MI 48324-1808

zone 6A

-----Original Message-----
From: ECOARTDB@aol.com <ECOARTDB@aol.com>
To: rkatt@earthlink.net <rkatt@earthlink.net>; ECOARTDB@aol.com
Date: Saturday, April 15, 2000 11:22 PM
Subject: Permaculture Weekend May 26-29 se MI

>I enjoyed looking over the organice growers website!  We are involved in
>natural building  (http://www.geocities.com/rainforest/vines/7729)  and are
>doing some organic gardening.   Could you could pass this post on to others
>who might be interested in this sort of thing? I'd also like to know how to
>connect in the future.  Is there a place where workshops, work parties,
>activites, are listed by email?  Or an email list for folks in
>sustainability/organic gardening and farming?  Thanks for any info you can
>share, and for any help you might lend towards sharing/email posting this
>permaculture weekend.
>Sincerely, Deanne Bednar
>Introduction to Permaculture
>            Weekend  Workshop
>Principles of Sustainable Systems Design
>                 May 26-29, 2000
>        at Windrise Retreat Center
>Metamora, Michigan (60 min. north of Detroit)
>Located on 150 rolling acres of fields and forests,
>bounded by the Flint River. Canoeing & kayaking available!
>Learn and apply sustainable systems principles as we
>design a plan for Windrise!
>*  Natural Buildiings
>*  Renewable Energy Systems
>*  alternative Waste Water and toilet sytems
>*  Edible Landscape
>*  Organic Gardens
>*  and Ecological Restoration!
>An opportunity to enjoy nature and learn about being
>in creative healing partnership with the earth.
>Gather/Arrive:  Friday, 7 pm or Saturday morning,
>Workshop runs until Sunday evening or stay on through Monday lunch.
>Special Event:  Visit and assist on a strawbale, cob covered,
>thatched roof building at a nearby site.  Bring work clothes
>if you wish to be hands on.
>Cost: $200 -$225/person   $350/couple
>Some work scholarships available.
>     Taught by Jillian Hovey, Permaculture Instructor
>and Facilitator of Sustainable Community Planning and Design.
>Contact: Estela Monjo, 810-678-3290, estela@windrise.com
>                                      website: www.windrise.com
>  >>

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