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Permaculture Talk

Don’t miss this week’s upcoming lecture on Permaculture from University Centers of San Miguel’s Director of Sustainability, Robyn Thiel Wilson.

Where:
This lecture and discussion will be held at Grandma Miller’s
When:
Thursday, October 11, 7:00 pm
What is Permaculture?
“Permaculture is the art of creating living ecosystems that imitate Nature to provide food, fuel and shelter for humans. With permaculture, it is possible for people to regenerate and enhance the places where they live and work.” – High Altitude Permaculture www.hialtpc.org/

Robyn Wilson was the Executive Director for the University Centers of the San Miguel for the past four years and is now excited to focus on Sustainability and College Studies. Robyn worked as the Peace Corps Recruiter for Northern Arizona and attended graduate school at Northern Arizona University where she graduated in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Sustainable Communities and a Master in Bilingual Multicultural Education.  She received a Bachelor in International Business from University of Wisconsin Whitewater.  In 2000, Robyn joined the Peace Corps as a Municipal Development volunteer in El Salvador.  “Because of my training, I am always seeking an opportunity to apply my knowledge of the environment, sustainable development, and second language training to the areas of education and community outreach. Through my actions, I seek to facilitate the empowerment of people to become healthy and proactive citizens.”  She continues to enjoy traveling, enjoying the mountains and rivers of the Southwest, and spending time with her husband.

Please RSVP, as spaces are limited.

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