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Climate Farm School Open House
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Apr 17, 2024 • 4:00 PM CUT
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Join Climate Farm School Directors Laney and Ryan to learn about the upcoming Climate Farm School program year and calendar for 2024! We will share program highlights, insights into the curriculum and on-farm learning experience, stories from previous courses, and updates from our host farms. There will be plenty of time for live Q&A, so come get your questions answered if you are considering joining a course later this year.

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Laney Siegner Climate Farm School Director Sebastopol, CA, USA
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I recently graduated from U.C. Berkeley with my PhD from the Energy and Resources Group, where I wrote my dissertation titled "Growing Environmental Literacy: On small-scale farms, in the urban agroecystem, and in school garden classrooms." I did research in the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, D.C. (where I am from), and the San Juan Islands in Washington State. I farmed for several summers on Lopez Island, and aspire to do more farming and climate education jointly in the future. Before going to graduate school, I taught 8th grade in Boston Public Schools. I used to live in an off-grid tiny house that I helped build as a graduate school project, called "THIMBY": Tiny House in My Backyard.
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