Our mission is to celebrate the connection between personal health and wild lands.
We manifest this goal through promoting and practicing sustainable practices. Examples of our work include growing, harvesting and preparing local, wild and living food for the community, educating about the great values of the wild edible abundance available in our area, providing local micro-greens for the public schools. restaurants and stores, biking or driving on alternative fuel when possible, utilizing solar dehydrators, using a bicycle powered blender and wheatgrass juicer and educating about organic land stewardship practices.
May 21- June 8th Wild Foods and Medicinal Plant Walks
Come explore the wild plant world and learn the edible and medicinal abundance of our area such as: identification, plant communication, recipes, preparation and incorporating the medicinal values of plants into every day life
. Co-taught by Katrina Blair and Deb Buck
. Every Tuesday evening from 5:30 - 8:00pm
. Meet at Turtle Lake Refuge (in town)
. Suggested donation $33/per class or $150 for full 5 week series
. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Organically Managed Lands Durango
June 7 - Wild CSA Begins
. To sign up, contact Katrina via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone:970-247-0514
. 20 weeks of wild food goodies from June 7th - October 18th
. $25/ week suggested donation
. Pick up Fridays from 12:00pm - 9:00pm
An exploration of earth wisdom, music, movement and sustainable practices for the whole family.
Next Living Soil Program 2013-2014 Begins September 4th!
. Local Wild Living Nutrition and Holistic Health Certification
. $888 Suggested Donation for the 120 hour course (9-4-13 through 3-26-14)
. Meets every Wednesday 9am -12pm plus three overnight field trips
. For more information email: email@example.com or call 970-247-0514