Sustainability Programs Planned

Our Sustainability Living Education Center has several programs in the works for 2012 and 2013. These include sustainable agriculture, sustainable living,and using the arts/media in these areas.

Mind, Body, Spirit, and Earth – Techniques for Thriving in a Complicated World This will be a one day live event held near Bellingham, Washington. The topics planned include Qi Gong (healing movement), healing music, meditation, consensus building, relationship building, managing holistically, and others. This will take place on June 30, 2012. Check back for details or email info@mathesonfarms.com to be included in the updates.

Introduction to Managing Holistically Learn the framework for making more sustainable decisions and planning for your desired future. Virtual Workshop, July 2012

Consensus Building Techniques Whether you want to improve the working ability or relationship dynamics of a large group, small group, or family, this workshop is for you! Bring diverse groups together to achieve mutual desired outcomes or resolve conflict. July or August 2012

Basics of Land Monitoring Learn the basics of evaluating the current state and health of your land, whether you have pastures or crops.  Discover ways to improve the land you are responsible for. September 2012

Introduction to Managing Holistically Learn the framework for making more sustainable decisions and planning for your desired future. Virtual Workshop, Fall 2012

Ag, Arts, and the Environment How to use the art, media, and story-telling to educate or promote sustainability, agriculture,and environmental issues. Winter/Spring 2012-13

Holistic Grazing Management Learn practical techniques for improving your land, improving health and production of your animals, increasing grass production, and creating biodiversity. Spring 2013

Check back for details or email info@mathesonfarms.com

More subject areas will follow!

Native Grasses in a western Washington Pasture

 

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