This Diversity, Equity and Inclusion video presents Danielle Tuft and Deja Moore who discuss how to create safe spaces for the marginalized.
Beekeeping Workshop for beginners was presented by Julie Finley Ridinger – a joint collaboration between The Learning Council and VOGA.
Ben Gillespie, Emily Hartnett and Jake Gray discussed Livestock Infrastructure. The group visited the animals at The Living Farm in their homes and viewed practical and economical ways to care for and contain animals.
The Learning Council was glad to team up with the Paonia Ranger District, The Nature Connection, The Western Slope Conservation Center, Interpretive Association of Western Colorado, BLM, Conservation Legacy, Americorps and Recreational Resource Management to participate in the Celebration of National Public Lands Day at beautiful Lost Lake.
The Learning Council and VOGA teamed up to offer a class on cultivating heirloom grain, at Thistle Whistle Farm in Hotchkiss.
The Mushroom Cultivation class at the CommUnity garden was a great success. Niki Carpenter led the enthusiastic group in building beds for King Stropharia to grow and bring health to marginal soil.