[permaculture] permaculture Digest, Vol 31, Issue 6

AdriAnne joyfulsoul at earthlink.net
Tue Aug 23 01:01:36 EDT 2005


Hi. I would love to get a copy of
Burnett's wisdom.  How is that
possible ?
Namaste, AdriAnne


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>   1. Re: free copies of Graham Burnett's "Permaculture, a
>      Beginner's Guide" (Lynn Hicks)
>   2. Aprovecho Research Center Openings (Kaia Bronte)
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> Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 16:05:04 -0400
> From: "Lynn Hicks" <slhicks at pinehurst.net>
> Subject: Re: [permaculture] free copies of Graham Burnett's
> "Permaculture, a Beginner's Guide"
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> Thank you very much.  We got our copies today.
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> Lynn Hicks
> Full Circle Farms
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> Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 20:14:51 -0700
> From: "Kaia Bronte" <kaiabronte at gmail.com>
> Subject: [permaculture] Aprovecho Research Center Openings
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> Aprovecho is seeking to fill positions on the sustainable living campus.
> Please forward this to anyone who might be interested. The deadline is 
> this
> Friday 12 August 2005.
>
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>
> Berkano, "the permy"
> Aprovecho Research Center
> (541) 942-8198
> KaiaBronte at gmail.com
> http://www.aprovecho.net
>
>
> Aprovecho Research Center has part-time (20 hours/week) openings in three
> positions:
>
>
>
> Maintenance Coordinator
> =======================
> Responsible for campus maintenance: plumbing, electrical, structural and
> miscellaneous maintenance tasks. Must have appropriate skills and be
> ecologically conscious in carrying out duties.
>
>
> Garden Co-Coordinator
> =====================
> Responsible for assisting in all organic garden-related tasks: planting,
> watering, weeding, planning, mulching, directing volunteers, cooperating
> with Garden Coordinator to efficiently carry out tasks. Must have
> appropriate skills and use organic methods.
>
>
> Intern Coordinator
> ==================
> Responsible for recruiting interns and caring for their needs on-site
> (including creating a rich experience), advertising, communicating with
> schools and other organizations, tabling at conventions and events, and
> actively seeking venues to publicize the Aprovecho Internship Program. 
> Must
> have amazing people skills, effective and sharp communication skills. Must
> be organized and motivated. Must have skills in group facilitation, 
> conflict
> resolution, and enforcing policies.
>
>
> All applicants should be willing to help in the development of the
> permaculture landscape and program, and to eventually complete 
> certification
> training in permaculture design. All applicants should also be willing to
> assist in day-to-day farm and campus chores.
>
> Opportunities to teach are open to qualified individuals.
>
> Application instructions follow a short description of Aprovecho (below).
>
> Aprovecho is a not-for-profit research community south of Eugene, Oregon.
> Aprovecho is located on a forty-acre ecoforestry land trust surrounded by
> logging forests and BLM land. There are lots of trails and backroads for
> hiking and biking.
>
> The community is devoted to sustainability, consensus decision-making, and
> community building. We sustainably harvest timber for building on campus.
> Aprovecho is known for its world-famous appropriate technology and
> wood-stove research program and the ten-week intensive sustainable living
> skills internship program. We are constantly seeking to improve our
> permacultural land use.
>
> We maintain a two-acre organic garden and a small campus for the 
> internship
> program. We keep thirteen goats, flocks of ducks and chickens, and four
> cats. Our permaculture design plans include greywater, catchment, forest
> gardening, and local food security, among other things.
>
> If you are interested in applying for any of the staff openings, please
> submit a proposal immediately according to the instructions given below. 
> The
> deadline for proposals is Friday 12 August 2005. Applicants must be 
> willing
> to come to a staff meeting at 1:30 pm to 5 pm on Monday 15 August 2005 for
> an interview if asked.
>
> *Proposal Instructions*
>
> In a separate hard copy letter or email message, please indicate the
> following:
>
> 1. Your name and age
> 2. Your address/location
> 3. Your telephone number
> 4. Your email address
> 5. What work would you like to be involved in at Aprovecho [which 
> position]?
> 6. An explanation of why you desire the position
> 7. How long of a commitment you wish to make
> 8. Areas of interest, related experience, and study
> 9. Any other information or comments you consider relevant (personal
> history, hobbies, needs, etc.)
> 10. Names and telephone numbers of two professional references
> 11. Names and telephone numbers of two character references
>
> Send the proposal via email to KaiaBronte at gmail.com and type the phrase,
> "Staff Position Proposal" in the subject line.
>
>
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