About Aprovecho’s Workshops
Apart from our internationally-recognized summer residential programs in Permaculture and Sustainable Shelter Series, Aprovecho also hosts guest instructors to teach workshops aligned with our mission and vision. These workshops develop environmental career skills and homesteading skills, while helping students and teachers cultivate social networks specific to sustainability. We aim to give people, from beginners to advanced practitioners, the expert knowledge and guided practice they need to develop or advance skills. Workshop formats vary depending on subject, teacher, and student needs.
Check back soon for more workshops in the coming season!
- Provide high quality instruction which provides students sustainability-related trade or homesteading skill(s).
- Create networks among leaders and students in sustainability-related trades and fields.
- Honor our guest instructors’ commitment to sustainability and subject expertise.
Please register to reserve your space. You will receive an email confirmation within 2-3 business days. Registration may be on Eventbrite or PayPal, or you may register and pay by sending us a check in the mail for the full amount or deposit (if applicable). Please include the workshop name in the check memo. You can send the check to Aprovecho, 80574 Hazelton Rd., Cottage Grove, OR 97424. Full payment is due by the first day of the course.
Room and Board
Non-local students who are traveling to attend our workshops have the option to stay on campus on a first- come, first-served basis. If staying on campus, a bed in a double dormitory room is $20 per night. There may be other options available. Please contact us for details. Students are asked to bring their own food, and will have access to plentiful indoor space including a large common room, showers, kitchen and library as well as hiking trails and relaxation space.. A light gluten-free, organic, vegetarian lunch and refreshments will be offered for each day of the workshop for all students.