Author Archives: Maryam Mathieu
Dear former students, instructors, work traders, and interns, and anyone looking to connect with Aprovechians: we would like to invite you for a weekend of reconnecting, making new contacts, discovering new projects, and an opportunity to share experiences from your post-Aprovecho … Continue reading
By Logan Dann, 2017 Natural Building Intern This week I created a portal into our student housing dorm. Some folks on the more conventional side of life might call it a “gate”, but I prefer to look at it as … Continue reading
There are going to be some very cool Winter 2017 Community Education courses coming, starting January 15th! Stay tuned for updates. Register at Aprovecho.net/registration FELTING FOR THE FUTURE Sunday, Jan. 15th, 1-5pm HERBAL MEDICINE: TINCTURE MAKING Sunday, Jan. 22nd, … Continue reading
We’re getting ready for the 2018-2019 season Farm Incubator Program. The goal of this program is to provide low-cost land access to market farmers while growing the farm- and garden-related educational offerings at Aprovecho. We are seeking to fill this position … Continue reading
See our 2017 Program Schedule below:
It’s up! Our annual News from Aprovecho is on its way to our friends and family. This year, we’re sending it out this year via email, and we’re making it available online, as well! View it HERE.
Woohoo! We’ve got some amazing teachers leading workshops this winter in a variety of topics relating to sustainable living skills. Check out the flyer below for what’s to come in November and December, and stay tuned for 2017! Please pre-register … Continue reading
Come eat, laugh, and dance at Aprovecho’s annual fall fundraising event to support the addition of a commercial kitchen to our campus!! It will be held at our campus on November 13th from 4pm-9pm. Tickets here and more information here.
Join us this special Saturday for a day with Randy and Edith Woodley, First Nations partners and co-sustainers at Eloheh Farm in Newburg, Oregon. During the morning session, the pair will share their own experiences and take us on a journey … Continue reading
Every year since our founding in 1981, we’ve published our News from Aprovecho publication to share the programs, stories, and goings-on on campus and by people in our community. This year we’re putting it online! You can view or download … Continue reading