I am pleased to invite everyone to the first of two information sessions for our forthcoming Acequia Agroecology and Permaculture Field School to be held in Colorado and New Mexico during the "A" Term of our Summer 2013 Session, which runs June 27 through July 27. I only have space for 21 students this year.
I have attached a course announcement for your convenience. Don’t miss this opportunity to study indigenous farming systems and practices with Native American and Chicano acequia farmers. I look forward to seeing you all on JANUARY 25, 1:30pm IN DENNY HALL 401. Please announce this to your classes.
Best regards, and please share and circulate this flyer. Post it on Bulletin Boards in your area of the UW if you can.
Devon G. Peña, Ph.D.
2013 NACCS Scholar
American Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, and Program on the Environment
University of Washington
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