Quillisascut Farm & the Columbia River Watershed Conservation Consortium have created a participatory meeting to discuss bioregional action for education for sustainable development:
Enlivening Sustainability: Integrating Theory, Practice and Social Responsibility
September 19-22, 2012
You are invited to immerse yourself at farm school and refresh your relationship to Environmental Learning and Education for Sustainable Development through our shared place, the Columbia River Watershed
A three-day hands-on professional development workshop at Quillisascut Farm™ for educators, scientists and community advocates. Learn how to connect your organization or institution to the ecological and cultural wisdom embodied in your local community and generate a partnership model for sustainability education across our bioregion and watershed.
The majority of the cost is subsidized by our donors’ generous support.
$100 participation fee includes food and lodging (transportation not included) . Participants stay on Quillisascut Farm, Rice WA, with bunkhouse-style lodging and meals provided. Limited to 15 participants
For more information, please see the Invitation and Registration form.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Melissa Saul at email@example.com. Additionally, there are a few IGEO scholarships that will waive the $100 registration fee. If in need of this assistance please include this in your email. We look forward to hear from you!