Aprovecho Sustainability Institute

Apply now for our Permaculture Internship

Further develop your skills in Land Stewardship and Permaculture!  One seasonal internship position is available through the Land Systems Department at Aprovecho for the 2017 season from April 15th through November 18th. This internship program is designed to provide advanced … Continue reading

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Winter 2017 Community Education

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

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Read our 2016/2017 Annual Newsletter – The Busy-ness Edition

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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.

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Harvest Party Fundraiser November 13th!

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.

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Read our “News from Aprovecho 2015″ Publication!

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

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A Tale of Two Forests

by Abel Kloster, Director of the Permaculture Design Program at Aprovecho and Co-Director of Resilience Permaculture, LLC. To restore the land one must live and work in a place.  The place will welcome whomever approaches it with respect and attention.  … Continue reading

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