Rachel Marie Bennett moved to Durango in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree from Appalachian State University in Sustainable Development/Agroecological Systems. She loves exploring wild cultivars and traditional regional ecological stewardship practices through local guidance. Her focus in our area has been cooperative development aligned with earth restoration initiatives. She currently coordinates the Southwest Seed Library based in Durango. She is also an administrator in The Mother Earth Restoration Trust. In spare time She experiments with sustainable home practices, particularly in her backyard garden. It is her intention to continue supporting an awareness of collective stewardship in bio-cultrual regeneration of our natural systems through education and engagement with communities of our region.
This workshop is provided FREE thanks to the La Plata Conservation District and grant from the Colorado State Conservation Board Natural Resources Matching Grants Program.
NOTE: In order to reserve your spot you must register on the La Plata Conservation District Website HERE.
Do you need Childcare during this workshop?
$5 per child ages 3-10 (All ages welcome)
NOTE: Minimum of 3 kids needed before childcare will be provided
Fun and educational garden activities
On-site at the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden
Parent must provide snack
Must sign up minimum 1-week in advance (Sign up by Wednesday, September 14th).
To request childcare please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is required.
You must register on the La Plata Conservation District Website HERE.
564 E 30th St
Durango, CO 81301
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