Us and the Potential Phase 1 Site

The recorder photographer snapping (from left to right) Tony Reiber (Greenhouse Technician), Chris O’Connell (yours truly), the amazing and outrageous Abrah Dresdale (Coordinator of the Farm and Food Systems degree option), my exquisite hen friend Krystal Graybeal (student in the forum), and the jazzy Ginevra Bucklin-Lane (also a student in the forum). Aren’t we amazing?

Amazing GCC Students visit with other schools

Hello all,

We had an amazing visit (yes, amazing students have amazing visits!) with Dave Jacke, Keith Salztberg, and students/leaders from Wellesley, Williams, UMASS, Wesleyan, and Smith. We drove 2 hours to Wellesley, which is just outside of Boston, sharing stories (Abrah and I shared where we were when we were 20), stopping at NIKNUD STUNOD for a bathroom break and water (Yes, we permaculturalists are linguistically deconstructing corporate food):

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Come to our Charette!

It’s official! Our community goals gathering event, “charette”, is going off on March 28th from 3-5 in the Dining Hall at GCC. This is going to be a fun, interactive, informative, and tasty event. Be sure to make it…please RSVP by the 21st at http://new.evite.com/?utm_source=gmail&utm_medium=email&utm_content=rsvp_yes&utm_campaign=invite_details&eml=g_inv#view_invite:eid=0326AAQZXGK5ZY3IKEPBNEVKUG6IKE&gid=0326MDVWTUTCHIKMAEPBNEWCHS5A7Q

Closing in on a Charette Date

Hello Everyone,

We had an amazing meeting today where we hacked out the details of our upcoming charette (slotted for March 28th…we’ll keep you posted). It will be a fun, interactive, learning and sharing experience that allows people to come together and vision, learn permaculture skills, network, and more! We look forward to seeing you there!

Welcome to the Permaculture Student Forum

I think we need a major change!  I think we need a major change soon because the world we live in faces some serious difficulties. Questions arise: how will we feed ourselves in a world of decreasing energy supply? How will we work together to secure our communities? How will we share more in an economy that is sufferring and faces serious challenges?

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