“We’re excited to introduce this brand new workshop! This is a three-day skills training course in the basic skills, practices and implementation of slow restoration forestry practices. You’ll learn basic ecological forestry practices, tree and other plant identification, proper hand tool use and maintenance, forest thinning protocols as outlined by Calfire, forestry for ecosystem restoration, and proper burn pile formation and implementation.
Please note that this registration form is for Session I of the workshop, which is limited to female and non-binary participants between the ages of 18 -30. A second session with the same material is being offered on October 27 – October 29 at Riddell Preserve. Session II is open to everyone, ages 18+. Please go to our Calendar to find that date to register.
What is slow restoration?
Slow restoration refers to an approach to stewarding the land that is primarily hand tool based and focuses on taking the whole ecosystem into account and caring for it in a mindful and observant way.
When and where is it?
Where: Riddell Preserve – Healdsburg, California
October 20-22, 2023
Friday- 9am to 3pm, Saturday – 9am to 3pm (option to camp out at the Riddell cabin), Sunday – 9am – 3pm “
Details: LandPaths (neoncrm.com)