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Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie

Lisa is a Waldorf homeschooling, homemaking, heart and hearth tending mother of two who has worked with parents and children for 30 years in many capacities, wearing many caps: as a midwife, Waldorf early childhood educator, parent educator, group facilitator, caregiver and parent. She has trained and served in midwifery, childbirth education, Waldorf early childhood education, HypnoBirthing and Simplicity Parenting. She has served on the board of directors for LifeWays North America and on the WECAN Birth to Three Task Force. Lisa lives with her family in rural Vermont where she gardens and cooks, looks after hens, runs a business, and strives to parent from a place of slow and simple.

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About this course

Gardening with Children

April 2019
“There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again.”
~ Elizabeth Lawrence 

Join me as we dream, plan, dig, plant, celebrate, harvest, cook and preserve the goodness of the garden beginning now with four focused weeks in April. We'll continue to check in through October when its time to put the garden to bed for the winter. We'll use head, heart and hands to bring forth beauty, goodness and truth from the earth.

Welcome :: Introductions and Settling in
:: A Curriculum for Gardening
Step One :: Dream
Step Two :: Design
Step Three :: Plant
Step Four :: Tend
Step Five :: Celebrate
Step Six :: Harvest
Step Seven :: Savor
Step Eight :: Take Time for Tea
Step Nine :: Preserve
Step Ten :: Dry
Step Eleven :: Prepare for Next Year
Step Twelve :: Put the Garden to Bed
Kindle the Inner Fire as we move into Winter
:: this eCourse is included in the Celebrate the Rhythm of Life Year Round Program here
:: this course + the April eGuides  $49 here
:: this eCourse $25 here  

::  gardening, preserving, savoring alongside one another
:: integrating nature and homemaking, homeschooling through the seasons
:: a warm, wise, welcoming community
:: a gentle, playful approach to gardening
:: good food, beauty and fun at your fingertips