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Traditional Skills Workshops

Traditional Skills Workshops started as a student idea to promote sustainability education at BSU.  Why not learn from those in the community that live it?  There is, on average, one workshop per month that focuses on a skill to increase self-sufficiency.  Workshops during the 2009-2010 academic year included brain tanning a deer hide, carding and spinning yarn, breakmaking, using natural dyes, and planning gardens. Have any ideas for a workshop? Let us know!

Quinzee Building

Feb. 11 2014 5 p.m.

Come to the Lakeside Lawn to learn how to build a traditional American Indian snow structure! Sign up in The Sustainability Office! Free for BSU students

 

 

 

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Interested in checking out a Traditional Skills Workshop? Come sign up in the Sustainability Office! 

Students are FREE and others pay $7.

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~ E.O. Wilson