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Study sustainable agriculture in Costa Rica in April



The MUM Sustainable Living Department is Proud to Announce

April in Costa Rica

Advanced Knowledge in Sustainable Agriculture in a Tropical Paradise

MUM Rotating University Course on:

Tropical Organic Agriculture and Rainforest Ecology

Find Out More – Everyone is Welcome – No Prerequisites

MUM Argiro Student Center, Dalby Hall

Friday, February 8, 8:00 PM

Hosted at the beautiful, world renowned Finca Luna Nueva eco-resort, bio-dynamic organic farm, and sacred seed sanctuary near the exquisite Children's Eternal Rainforest of Costa Rica. Trip includes site visits to other Costa Rica farms, an “ecocommunity” farmers markets, breathtaking national parks and eco-adventure sport excursions (participation is optional).

Finca Luna Nueva has on-site more than 500 mature tropical fruits trees, an organic ginger and turmeric plantation, several acres of organic vegetable production, AND over 100 acres of an untouched rain forest eco-system with trails for exploration.


Course Fee covers all round-trip transportation from Fairfield, Iowa, three meals a day while in Costa Rica, lodging (2-4 to a room) in Costa Rica, samples of exotic tropical fruits and veggies, and all transportation within Costa Rica.


Lead Faculty:

Professor Jeff Olsen, MUM Visiting Faculty, Organic Horticulturist and renowned Fruit and Nut specialist, Oregon State University


Tom Newmark - Director of Finca Luna Nueva, founder of the Sacred Seed Sanctuary project, world renowned environmental advocate and speaker.

Guest Faculty:

Stephen Brooks, founder of Punta Mona Eco-resort and permaculture education center.

For More information: MUM Global Development Office, 641 472 1175


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