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Karla Broschinski’s workshops: ‘harmony with nature’

Yelm’s Karla Broschinski

“Over the last 12 years I have been living in harmony with nature and have created, together with my husband Thomas [Bee Forever Apiary operates in the Bald Hill area near Yelm, WA] and son Marius, a self-sufficient homestead. We live off the grid with solar and wind energy and raise most of the food we eat ourselves – including goats, rabbits, ducks, and chickens. The garden and orchard supported by the resident honey bees for pollination provide a year-round abundance of vegetables and fruits.

I have always been a hands-on kind of person who loves helping people to have their own experiences. That’s why I created the business Karla’s Wild-Shop, where I offer wild-shops (work-shops) on selected homestead skills from cheese making and soap making to harvesting and making your own herbal remedies and much more.

I decided to call my workshops ‘Wild-Shops’ because most of the classes are connected with nature and therefore wild.” Read more of Karla’s vision.

Read more about Karla’s Wild-Shops:
cheese-making, soap-making, bread making, and gathering medicinal wild plants.

Click here for Karla’s upcoming class schedule.

Karla’s work is consistent with Ramtha’s Recommendations for Sovereignty – for everyone.
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Click here for Karla’s story featured in the Nisqually Valley News June 21, 2013.

UPDATE: October 4, 2013
Karla Broschinski was featured in the Nisqually Valley News about her homesteading classes called “Karla’s Wild Shops:
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