What My Horses Taught Me About Health
By Cowboy Campbell
April 8, 2020 • 7-8:30pm Postponed
Boulder Community Center
Presented by the Boulder Skills Foundation
In this presentation Michael Campbell, aka Cowboy, will be discussing health challenges of today and the connection to pesticides, herbicides, and chemicals. This is not only specific to human health, but also the health of the soil, animals, and the food we eat.
Cowboy became interested in this topic when he started noticing that his horses were losing some of their strength. Through extensive research and mentoring with an array of scientists, biologists, researchers, and doctors, he became aware of the connection between oxidative stress in his horses and the chemicals used in the fields. Cowboy took this information to the road and offered what he calls “Performance Horse Stress Management Clinics”. In over ten years of research, he’s come to realize the benefits of adopting holistic solutions to our lifestyles. Implementing these changes in our land management practices will strengthen our animals, our food system, ourselves, and therefore our entire communities.
Rosemary Wells is traveling back to Boulder to teach another set of felting workshops!
Please read this email all the way through if you are interested, as we will be taking advanced signups and payments for each of these workshops.
Felted Toys for/with kids: soap buddies, dryer balls, finger puppets!
10am – 2pm
$10 per person
Kids may participate if accompanied by a parent
$50 per person
$25 per person
All classes will be located in the community center. You can sign up for one or all of the workshops. Whether this is your first hat or your fiftieth, all skill levels are welcome.
The Boulder Skills Foundation will be taking signups and payment for Rosemary in the weeks leading up to her workshops. Rosemary is an incredible teacher and is traveling far to share her knowledge with us! We ask that participants pay ahead of time to avoid last-minute cancellations and unfilled slots.