Inspired and guided by the historical wisdom of indigenous peoples, Woodbine Ecology Center utilizes education, demonstration, research, and active collaboration with indigenous and other communities to develop and promote examples of egalitarian, self-reliant, and sustainable living.
- Cultivate egalitarian, resilient, and sustainable communities, based on ecological balance, natural and social diversity, and built on cooperation and mutual respect.
- Foster lifelong learning and healing through inclusive and participatory community, and a renewed relationship with the natural world and the places we inhabit;
- Reclaim our common destiny through an abiding pursuit of historical truth and a commitment to enduring social reconciliation;
- Challenge ourselves, our organizations, and our communities to reallocate our energy and resources away from current socially and ecologically destructive practices and to redirect them into our own locally-rooted, globally-connected vision.
Our April 23rd workday is still on. While the snow has melted in the city, at Woodbine there is at least a foot or more of snow in places that haven't been plowed or shoveled. Therefore our workday scope has changed from gardening to grounds preparation, primarily outside. Come prepared for snow/mud and outside work, with appropriate clothing and footwear and please register so we that can better prepare our work day.
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Woodbine is excited to be hosting a conversation about the solidarity economy this Saturday, April 30th at the Posner Center in Denver, and...
We are excited to invite you to be part of our second Spring Revitalization event at our retreat facility on Sunday, May 15th!