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Anyone have a good Climatic Factors workshop activity?

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I am hosting a workshop on Climatic Factors this Sunday (1/24/21) for the Permaculture 201 course I am teaching for our local Wild Rivers Permaculture Guild. It is supposed to snow, and as long as it doesn’t endanger participants getting here and back, I hope it will, as snow would be a better modeling medium than the gravel and clay I have to work with otherwise. I have a few other activities in mind (ie modeling our regional and home landscapes to demonstrate landforms’ climatic and weather shaping power) and plenty to talk about, but I always love to learn and use new activities that facilitate hands on experiential learning.

If you have any activities that you have participated in or led that tie into the Climatic Factors chapter of the Designers Manual, I’d love to learn about them. Even if you see this after the workshop, please share. I am also interested in any experiential, hands on activities you might have for other chapters. Thanks.
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