Agroecology from A to Z

Adventures in Agroecology and Food Systems


Film screening: Respectful Revolution

One project.       200 Interviews.     *20,000 Miles.   *(on a motorcycle!)             

respectful revolution     

Please join us for an open-air presentation of Video, Community and the Respectful Revolution!

Where: Antigua Farms 530 Gail Gardner Way, Prescott

*(Please park along West Street off Gail Gardner Way)

Date: Saturday, July 12th, 2014

Time: Casual potluck beginning at 4:30 pm

Outdoor film screening and discussion beginning at 8:00 pm

Cost: This is a free event, open to the public

Presented in association with Antigua Farms and Prescott College

*in the event of monsoons, the presentation portion of the evening will be moved to the Crossroads Center on the Prescott College campus. 220 Grove Ave. Prescott, AZ 86301

In 2012, 2013 and now in 2014, filmmakers Gerard Ungerman and Stacey Wear traveled across our beautiful country, interviewing nearly 200 people, including some from Prescott, all doing inspiring things.

Featuring 5-to-10 minute video portraits, the RESPECTFUL REVOLUTION project researches, travels, films, produces, edits and curates portraits of people who have taken positive action, complex or simple, for the benefit of others and ultimately, our world.

Please join us for a showing of selected videos from the Respectful Revolution Project, as well as Prescott College student film shorts, followed by a discussion with the filmmakers, and profiled community members. We invite you to be a part of the movement!

The RESPECTFUL REVOLUTION is a non-profit, (501c3) project. Watch our videos at


An Introduction to Sustainable Top Bar Beekeeping

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Sustainable beekeeping is cosponsored by: Prescott College Environmental Studies Program, and the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association.

This summer, Dr. Patrick Pynes will be teaching a hands-on, how-to workshop about keeping honeybees in simple top bar hives. The workshop will consist of 4 five-hour classes held at Prescott College Jenner Farm in Skull Valley, AZ. Some topics covered will include fundamental principles and tools of sustainable beekeeping, honeybee ecology, relationships between honeybees and flowering plants, and how to support the health and well-being of honeybees.

Dates (all Saturdays):
May 31, June 14, June 28, and July 26, 2014
From 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Cost: $300.00 for all four workshops, $90.00 for individual workshops

To register or for more information, visit;
call Patrick at (928) 600-1193;
or write to him at

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