In just over a week early bird prices for New Earth University Klamath Falls will be coming to an end. If you haven’t already, now is the time to reserve your seat for our next major event.
Homecoming is the theme for the next NEU—we can’t think of a better word to describe the experience of making the pilgrimage to Klamath Falls, whether it’s your first time or hundredth.
The Klamath Basin is beautiful. We experience all four seasons throughout the year, in August the weather is hot, and views are breathtaking. Upper Klamath Lake is the centerpiece of Klamath Falls and is the only place in the world that Wild Microalgae can flourish in abundance. Home to old growth forests and Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States and the seventh deepest in the world, the Klamath Basin is a hidden gem found right along the Oregon-California border.
This summer we invite you to experience the magic of our beautiful ecosystem, celebrate our annual harvest, and come home to where our algae story began.
We know that we can’t reach perfection, but we’d like to get as close as possible. We’d appreciate if you would take a moment to fill out this brief survey to share your thoughts with us. We’ll use your feedback to create better content for our corporate communications, and your answers will help us to make decisions about upcoming projects.
IN THE NEXT WEEK
- End of Month is Sunday, April 30. Customer Care will be open regular business hours (8 am to 5 pm Pacific) on Friday, April 28 to help you meet all of your business needs.
IN THE NEXT MONTH:
- Don’t miss the next Corporate Webinar! Join us on Monday, May 1st, to hear the latest updates from Vice President Kevin Larson and guest speakers. Don’t delay, save your seat today.
Did you catch this?
- This week, in Nourish, we shared 10 reasons why we love fungi!
- When is the last time that you took a look at the New Earth Bootcamp archive? This expansive video collection features exclusive training videos from Vice President Kevin Larson. Although the Bootcamp series is discontinued, there is still a wealth of knowledge in these videos. We encourage you to take a look today if you haven’t recently.