The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the CSUN Institute for Sustainability are happy to partner with nonprofit, Armada Unified for a series of trainings on Urban Farming. Join us for The Cultivation Curriculum: From Soil to Self to Society. Classes take place via Zoom on Fridays from 11am to 12pm.
Session 1 is offered at no cost; sessions 2, 3 and 4 are $40 each. Join us for all four sessions and receive a 20% discount, or pick only the sessions that interest you. There is no obligation to attend the paid sessions.
About this Event
The Cultivation Curriculum: From Soil to Self to Society
Session 1 (April 16): What Does It Mean To Cultivate? (Free Introductory Session)
Zone in on personal goals as they relate to embracing your sense of purpose and strengthening both individual and community resilience.
Session 2 (April 23): Food Sovereignty and Personal Sovereignty
Develop an understanding of the concept of "sovereignty," clarify your goals for self actualization, and align those goals with overall community wellness.
Session 3 (April 30): Stewardship and Regeneration
Become a "good steward" in every aspect of life--devoting attention to personal well-being, community support systems, and the health and longevity of the land.
Session 4 (May 14): Building a Sustainable System
Develop a set of practices to reinforce personal goals and build a supportive group to strengthen and sustain community resilience.
About Armada Unified
Co-founders Erin Harris and Emanuel Thomas created the nonprofit organization Armada Unified to offer social justice leadership, personal development and urban farming training to individuals, educators and organizations who want to bring resilience, food security and hope to their communities.
Communication services (sign language interpreters) are available for this event. Requests for services must be submitted at least five (5) working days in advance. Please contact Jacqueline Edwards via email at email@example.com or call 818-677-4035 to arrange for accommodations.