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Intro to Permaculture and Beekeeping

Intro to Permaculture and Beekeeping- March 31st: 9am - 4pm $60


9-9:30: Opening Circle - yoga and setting intentions

9:30-10:30: What is Permaculture

  • History

  • Ethics and principles

  •  Moral compass exercise

  • Permaculture today in Colorado


  • Permaculture garden techniques you can apply today; sheet mulching, polycultures, guilds and garden allies.

  • Farm tour that showcases these practices

12:30-1:30pm - POTLUCK LUNCH

1:30-3:30pm - Beekeeping

3:30-4pm - Closing circle - yoga and closing reflections

Instructor Bios:

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Daniela completed her first Permaculture Design Course (PDC) in 2017. The experience seeded profound and rapid changes in her life. By the end of that year she and her husband had retrofitted a garden shed into a tiny home and currently enjoy the simple life with their small community. She is passionate about soil stewardship, growing good food and medicine, and resilient communities as we shift the paradigm into a more abundant future for all. In 2018 she began to work for the Boulder PDC and garden for Alpine Botanicals’ biodynamic garden in Boulder. She has completed a biodynamics intensive with Sustainable Settings and is continuously exploring, learning, and experimenting with new techniques to co-create with her community and the Mother Earth. Daniela also enjoys teaching yoga and interweaves her practice with Permaculture, helping people design balanced and purposeful lives.

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Grant: Grant has been getting into the buzz of bees since the spring of 2013 when he took his first beekeeping class. Since then, he's been keeping hives on the Farmette and encouraging others in the community to fall in love with these hard-working honey makers. When he isn't working the flower fields you can find him watching the bees fly home to the hive after a long days work


Information for students:

What to bring:

  • Your own camping chair to sit outside if you prefer. We will have chairs for you.

  • H2O! Stay hydrated. Your brain will thank you.

  • Your BLISS WEAR: a mug for tea or coffee, reusable water bottle, bowl and/or plate, silverware.

  • We'll be spending time outside so make sure to BE PREPARED FOR ALL WEATHER. This is Colorado, layers and sun protection are essential.

  • A NOTEBOOK AND PEN. Make notes, doodle, write a scrumptious piece of information... And some point you're going to need it. YOUR BRAIN, YOUR HEART, YOUR BODY. Show up, be present, enjoy the ride.

Our lunch will be POTLUCK style! This helps us build community in sharing abundance and hearty meal with each other. Please bring something to share with your classmates! We suggest you stick to organic, ethically sourced ingredients as we continue to change the paradigm and build a more resilient future. Thank you!

Earlier Event: March 24
Rain Barrel Installation Class
Later Event: April 14
Dream Catcher Class