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The Generations Project

The Generations Project is a series of classes focused on family sustainability for adults and children. This project is supported by Soroptimist International of Wallowa County.

The Generations Project represents a concerted effort to bridge the gap between generations through meaningful learning experiences. Rooted in the belief that traditional wisdom and practical skills are invaluable assets, this initiative provides a platform for elders and experts to impart their knowledge to younger individuals. It's a collaborative endeavor where the wisdom of the past meets the enthusiasm of the future, creating a dynamic environment for personal growth and community cohesion.

The classes offered under the Generations Project umbrella are diverse and eclectic, catering to a wide range of interests and needs within the community. From the intricacies of fermentation and the artistry of sewing to the practicalities of lamb harvesting, each session is designed to offer participants both practical skills and deeper insights into cultural traditions and sustainable practices. Through hands-on learning experiences and interactive discussions, participants not only acquire new skills but also forge connections with peers and mentors, fostering a sense of belonging and shared purpose.

Beyond just learning new skills, the Generations Project serves as a conduit for preserving and celebrating the rich tapestry of knowledge and heritage within Wallowa County. By facilitating intergenerational dialogue and exchange, this initiative ensures that valuable traditions and practices are passed down from one generation to the next, ensuring a legacy of resilience and community cohesion for years to come. The project is generously supported by Soroptimist International of Wallowa County.

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