This annual spring event brings people together to learn practical skills in hands-on classes focused on housing, clothing, and feeding ourselves in a world without fossil fuels. In addition to dozens of classes taking place over two days, we will also have a social aspect: camping, meals, a documentary screening, and perhaps music. This event will happen June 1–2, 2019 in Cooksville, Wisconsin. This will be the pilot year of what we hope will be an annual festival of classes related to sustainability, DIY, hands-on, and individual or community self-sufficiency.
Nominate an Instructor
Have you taken a class that you enjoyed and think would be a good fit for the skill share? Nominate an instructor using this form. We’ll do the rest.
Propose a Class
Are you an instructor? Propose a class using this form. We’ll evaluate the course information and get in touch with you shortly.
We’re looking for volunteers for the event. Volunteers will get a free or discounted entrance fee. Some tasks can be completed before the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the volunteer list.
We do have a steering committee and if you’re really keen to help, we may still have space for another volunteer or two. Again, contact email@example.com for details.
And if you’re already excited about this and can’t wait, check out the Wisconsin Permaculture Convergence, coming up this fall.