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Build the Guild: eco-cultural convergence, with hot springs! - in SW Idaho, June 3-8, 2018

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Early bird discounts through April 30 - register now!

In Permaculture design synergistic constellations of plants are known as Guilds.  

This Build the Guild event expands the idea of a Guild to include the art of assembling Guilds of people that collectively vision and implement change in their communities.

Dynamic, healthy communities are fundamental to human well being.  In community we define and structure our relationships with each other, provide for our basic social and economic needs and define our relationship with the natural world.

But how do we actually build a community that values self reliance, stewardship and a healthy relationship with the natural environment? What are the practical skills and tools we need to learn and practice in our day to day lives in order to weave people together into a healthy community?  What constitutes inclusive governance and how do we implement it?

Please join Onsen Farm and Desert Springs Co-op for five days of eco-cultural and hands on practical learning and projects, good food, camaraderie and soaks in the natural hot springs baths.
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