Every year, we invite our community to join us for a potluck and celebration of the beginning of Spring. Whether you've been involved for years or are just learning about Woodbine and want to know more, all are invited to come spend some time with us at our beautiful facility outside of Sedalia, CO! The Spring Celebration is a great time to meet new friends, reconnect with old ones, and learn more about the great programs, educational events, and volunteer opportunities that Woodbine will be offering this year.
This course has been postponed till 2013. Please contact us for information about new dates.
Join Woodbine Ecology Center during Mother Earth Day weekend for a participatory conference exploring indigenous models for sustainable communities.
Study integrated social and ecological design with some of the foremost instructors and practitioners in social and ecological design and permaculture.
This intensive 6-day workshop is designed to train participants to use Theatre of the Oppressed (T.O.) tools with adults and youth. The training will cover Image Theatre, Forum Theatre, Rainbow of Desire, Cop-in-the-Head, Invisible Theatre, and more. The training will also discuss historical context, the art of facilitation, and applications in the field. The facilitator, Marc Weinblatt, is the Founder & Co Director of the Mandala Center for Change.
We are excited to invite all Woodbine community members and anyone interested in knowing more about us and what we do to join us in celebrating the changing of the seasons with a community potluck at the Woodbine Ecology Center!
"Indigenous Solidarity in a World of Colonization, Climate Chaos, and Disaster in our Communities"
Join Woodbine for the second installment of our multi-part Solidarity Society Series this March 2nd, which continues this time with a report back on indigenous organizing and solidarity projects in Indian Country.