Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Woodbine Ecology Center is a unique educational center that offers courses, workshops, tours and demonstrations and hosts events and community gatherings. Only 6½ miles west of the town of Sedalia, CO, and 40 miles south of Denver, Woodbine’s 61 acres offer a mix of alpine, prairie, and riparian ecosystems. In this land-based setting, we gather to reflect, rejuvenate, learn, connect and take action.
At Woodbine, we come together, people and communities from diverse backgrounds and histories, to address the fundamental social and ecological issues of our times. Our programs and activities develop the skills and resources necessary for egalitarian, self-reliant, and sustainable living. By promoting and integrating indigenous values and sustainable community we seek to re-establish our balance in the circle of life.
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!