I interrupt this hiatus to offer up a recommendation…

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Many probosci make light work, originally uploaded by Max xx.

In case you didn’t know about it, I wanted to plug the next Sustainable Living Arts School event, the Skills and Arts Weekend in Robert’s Creek, August 23 and 24.

These events are always a lot of fun, a good mix of information and activity, and it’s a trip to meet permaculturists and learn from them in their home environments. All in all, a fantastic activity to frame a visit to British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast.

I’ll be attending the Beekeeping session. Given what we know about the importance of bees for pollination and their alarming decline in population, it strikes me as an essential self-preservation skill.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I have a backlog to attack.

About Brian

I am a Strategist and Discoordinator with UBC's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. My main blogging space is Abject Learning, and I sporadically update a short bio with publications and presentations over there as well...
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2 Responses to I interrupt this hiatus to offer up a recommendation…

  1. Gary Lewis says:

    Hi Brian – Wonderfully true that many probosci make light work. If only people were more like bees sometimes. How welcome help would be. Great photo. … Gary

  2. Brian says:

    Gary, thanks for the comment, great to discover your blog! I wish I could take a photo this good, but thanks to the wonders of Creative Commons, I can build on the work of others… kind of like a worker bee, maybe…

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