Pioneer Skills and Lost Arts
The Flora School Education Center shall provide a window into the past, where current and future generations may learn by participating in western and folk art training.
Flora School will function as a nonprofit training center where people of all ages will engage in and be inspired as they learn practical agricultural historic practices and household craftsmanship, which has since evolved into modern folk art. Through the examination of the history of life necessities, each participant will be given a chance to discover the skills and craftsmanship which sustained the early pioneers.
With the utmost care, the Flora School Education Center will place the Flora School preservation and restoration at the top of their mission. Then in the near future, the day will come when the Flora School will be used to immerse students of all ages in the arts, history and innovations which carved a quality of life out of the old west for the early pioneers in the region and has resulted in a uniquely American art form. Flora School will explore the academic evolution of folk art in the west.
We are reliant on those that wish to Volunteer their time and or monetary Donation in order to bring this mission too life. Through the hard work of our Work Party Volunteers, Demonstrators, Instructors and Donations. We are able to fulfil our Mission.
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