Because I’m too lazy to re-write this and also (more importantly) there’s no reason to, here’s Manon’s blurb about the student forum and the INTEREST MEETING THIS WEDNESDAY (1/29) AT 7PM in the UOC:
Here’s a student forum opportunity directly related to WILD Wes — Will Wiebe and I are offering a course, Building Resilient Landscape Systems: The Intersection of Deep Ecology and Sustainable Landscape Design (ENVS 420), for credit in the Environmental Studies department. This course will be a combination of landscape ecology, learning the principles of landscape architecture and design, learning about native plants, and an on-the-ground component designing two campus spaces, including the beginning of implementation of designs in April. We will also take field trips to homesteading and permaculture projects in the Northeast, and hear from a variety of speakers on native CT plants, soil ecology, forest ecology, permaculture in CT, and more. We are looking for students from all different backgrounds, and stress that no ecology or design knowledge is needed. The class will meet twice a week.
If you’ve got some inquiries, feel free to shoot an email to Manon at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I HOPE THAT SHE AND WILL WILL SEE YOU THERE!