This month’s meeting will focus on how care for soil is a necessary aspect of the climate movement, and how we must learn to understand and appreciate soil, if we wish to understand how to sequester carbon and end many of our worst climate problems.
Our presentation will be provided by Michael J. Alcazar. Michael is a veteran, an Indigenous permaculturists, artist, designer, builder, outdoor experiential facilitator, movement fundamental specialist and educator.
“As part of Humankind and a member of this community, I am honored to be a part of these workshops. I possess a diversity of life experiences, a unique skill set, as well as academic and professional achievements that have uniquely prepare me as Integrated Systems Designer.”
Michael is currently working on five major projects, from sustainable policy and community garden organization in the city of Denver, to an eco village for Pineridge SD, sustainable housing and workshops for the Black Mesa Band of Navajo people, 1 million trees 4 Haiti in the Caribbean, as well as several other interesting projects in the area. He is a veteran permaculture teacher with experience teaching permaculture in both Denver Public Schools, as well as other local workshops. He loves to share his knowledge, when people reach out to begin co-creating a sustainable future.
Integrated Systems Designer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 720 295 1766
Other agenda details to be announced, but please join us, and tell us how you would like to help with the climate issues in Colorado!