Posted on February 23, 2012 by Tia Lalani

Barb Ganske, alumna, will talk about her gardening experiences with women seeking to overcome addictions at the Hope Mission in Gwynne, Alberta (just 15 minutes from Camrose). Barb has observed the the intimate connection with the earth through the act of gardening provides an opportunity for sometimes unconventional and unexpected spiritual connection and insight. Please …

Barb Ganske, alumna, will talk about her gardening experiences with women seeking to overcome addictions at the Hope Mission in Gwynne, Alberta (just 15 minutes from Camrose).

Barb has observed the the intimate connection with the earth through the act of gardening provides an opportunity for sometimes unconventional and unexpected spiritual connection and insight. Please join us in looking at a different view of gardening and the alternative benefits of getting back to dirt, not just encouraging local and fresh produce.
Also, bring your fresh ideas for the campus community garden.

This will include a FREE soup supper, with gluten and vegetarian soup options(featuring local ingredients). This is before all night classes, giving people a chance to catch a delicious bowl full of soup and enjoy good conversation and discussion at the end of the presentation. It will be a fun event, and allowing for an alumni to share her experiences with furthering her education.

Hosted in partner by Earthwise and Augustana Chaplaincy


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