Soil, Water, Trees and the Patterns of Nature
Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join experienced permaculture designers Jono Nieger and Koreen Brennan for a weekend immersion into permaculture approaches to building soil, conserving water and understanding natural patterns and the natural world. This weekend will focus on resilient soil building, water use, trees, and ecosystem patterns; putting it together to help you design your edible forest garden. The workshop is part of the Urban Permaculture Design Course Tampa Bay, but also acts as a stand alone workshop. Fees and time spent at this workshop can be applied to any future design course with Grow Permaculture. This workshop will be held at beautiful Moccasin Lake Nature Park, a 50 acre nature preserve with several ecosystems, rare species, a beautiful boardwalk and lake. There will be information, hands on learning and take home materials. We will cover fundamentals that apply anywhere with a focus on Florida specific techniques.
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Grow Permaculture is a permaculture design and education company. Permaculture is a set of practical design tools and principles that work in harmony with the abundant energies of the natural world to grow abundant organic food, regenerative ecosystems, reduce energy needs and use renewable energy, build sustainably, create stronger local economies and communities, and more. Anyone can use and apply these tools to increase abundance and improve the quality of their life.