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Playing with Fire: Permaculture Gardening with Invasive Species

1) The problem: what invasives are, botanically and culturally Weeds are plants that grow where we don’t want them to, and invasives are weeds we spread without control, altering ecosystems to such an extent that, sometimes, native species are crowded out and go extinct. Invasives are expressions of our colonial culture; we bring them—and cats,…

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Black Friday Freewalk in the Tekoa Mountain Wildlife Management Area

We have room for 14 people. Reserve your spot! Join Biocitizen the day after Thanksgiving from 11 am to 4 pm for an exploration of the exposed granite ridges of the Tekoa Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Russell and Montgomery. We’ll pick up at Northampton High School at 11am, arrive at Tekoa around 11:30, walk until…

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Position Announcement: Westfield River Fishways Public Education Intern

Background: Despite significant efforts to reverse historical trends, the survival of several Connecticut River species of migratory fish is imperiled. As a Leopoldian school of environmental philosophy, it is Biocitizen’s mission to educate the public about this problem, and also about the solution to it: “Promote improved flow and fish passage to ensure clean, free-flowing,…

Emilio Garcia de la Heurta Sutil

Milo’s BIG WAVE

Emilio Garcia DLH Sutil is a world class surf instructor who operates SuperFun and directs Biocitizen School in Chile. While his students never get near waves this big, Emilio lives to ride them. He will be teaching Now Voyager in January 2018.

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