Community Resilience Share-Fair on March 25

share-fairOn March 25, the students of AUNE’s Civic Ecology Practices & Community Resilience  class shared skills that have the potential to enhance personal and communal well-being in the face of climate change, food insecurity, energy descent, and other associated challenges.

The AUNE community was invited to try their hand on activities like arm-knitting, trail building, using an axe, and learn more about beekeeping, mending clothing, and uses for old vegetables.

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