Tag Archives: re-skilling

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This is a time in life when many of my women friends are considering what we want to do “next.” Some of us are single. Some of us have means; some not so much. Most of us who are single … Continue reading

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basic herb spiral

I’m placing this concise and informative video here so I don’t lose it. This would work beautifully for Bonnie’s pond concept for my yard. Now to chose a location. The possibilities are endless. If you like this, try it! And … Continue reading

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Having Fun . Learning.

The idea of “having fun” comes up frequently among Rainshadow Farm co-participants. During the interview process in the research phase of our collaborative curriculum design, when we created and began implementing our learning ecologies/workshops, every co-participant mentioned  “having fun” somewhere … Continue reading

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What Rainshadow Farm Has Done for Members

100% say the program at Rainshadow Farm changed or enhanced their attitudes about food, sustainable drylands agriculture, and sustainable food systems. 100% say they care more about where their food comes from now. 80% either are now or plan to … Continue reading

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Rainshadow Farm Photographs

We are in the process of updating our photos. Currently most of the Rainshadow Farm photographs are located at http://turquoisemoon.deviantart.com/gallery/

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art and agriCULTURE

You must visit this blog to see agricultural art, with a nice emphasis on the cultural: Char Truz: Creative Works I’m jazzed by this whole process. I am becoming more and more interested in the aspects of agroliteracy/agricultural intelligences that … Continue reading

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Re-skilling activities and workshops

RE-SKILLING WORKSHOPS – what some local people are interested in (this list was created by the Rainshadow Farm Collaborative Group): How to grow a garden in the high desert How to grow and use herbs How to ecologically harvest herbs … Continue reading

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