Are you interested in land care solutions that can be applied in urban areas for soil fertility, water conservation and climate change mitigation? Join us for an introduction to the basics of permaculture design and regenerative systems!
In this class, we will cover “permaculture principles” and how to apply them to create a more holistic and sustainable garden. We’ll discuss ways to create efficient and abundant landscapes that integrate human needs with the natural ecosystem.
We will explore:
- Practical applications for permaculture ethics and principles
- Techniques that can be applied in an urban environment
- Ways to integrate natural patterns and ecology into living systems
- How the ethics and principles are being applied at the Beacon Food Forest
This in-person class will include a conversational lecture, some group activities, and a tour of the Beacon Food Forest. Class size is limited to 20 participants, and we will be following current public health recommendations. Please dress for the weather.
*This workshop is part of an ongoing partnership in educational offerings with Tilth Alliance and Beacon Food Forest. The goal of these sessions is to focus on climate solutions that are creative and relevant in our urban communities.