HMI Board Member Sallie Calhoun is hosting an interesting workshop at her ranch in California. Attendees will spend three days learning about functional interrelationships that illustrate how behavior links human well being with the health of soil, plants, and herbivores. They will highlight behavioral principles and processes and discuss their implications. The class will explore what it means for people and the animals in our care to continually adapt — ecologically, economically, and culturally — to the landscapes we inhabit. The goal is to help people become aware of behavioral principles and processes that foster healthy relationships among soil, plants, herbivores, and people.
Here are the particulars…
February 19 – 21, 2013
Paicines Ranch, Paicines California
Workshop with Dr. Fred Provenza
The Web of Life: How Behavior Links Humans, Animals and Landscapes
Click here for more information and to register.
Wonderful Landscape Products in North Brisbane says
Very nice! I admired your views which is about human love towards landscape and animals. Really we should aware about our relationship with plants, soil and trees.
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