We invite you to join us for an inspiring and informative discussion about FOOD and how we can be ecologically mindful in the sourcing of our daily nutritional needs! We are honored to feature Mel Lions from Wild Willow Farm as this month’s special guest and FOOD expert.
This will be an interactive online discussion…
Invite your friends!
We will be discussing various topics of regenerative agriculture, community scale food systems and ecological food practices that can be integrated into your daily life. This knowledge is important for anyone with a desire to live a more ecologically balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Discussion topics will include…
- Regenerative/Organic Farming Practices
- Resilient Community Scale Food Systems
- DIY Growing Food at Home / Soil Building
- Adaptive Food Production
Each month we host an interactive discussion with a visionary expert in a specific field as part of the Ecological Lifestyle Immersion. Both the program and discussion series are designed to inspire participants to be caring and engaged stewards of our local and global ecosystem. The topic for next month’s Eco-Lifestyle Discussion will be SHELTER. Check out the calendar on our website to learn more about upcoming events.
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If you are logged on LIVE for the webinar you can join us in the discussion. If you are unable to join us LIVE for the discussion we will record the interview and post it to our website and social media the following day. Check this link to see the recording and SHARE it with friends!
Time permitting we will have a Q&A session toward the end of the LIVE discussion. We welcome you to send us questions before the webinar on topics you would like to discuss or learn more about. You can message us on social media or send us an email.
November 17th: Soil Shindig
January 5th (2019): Winter Session/ Farming 101 (six-week course)
Mel Lions / Wild Willow Farm
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