Kitchen Garden Planning

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Fork Food Lab

72 Parris Street

Portland, ME 04101

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Fresh herbs can be such a joy in the kitchen. In this workshop, the last in this Ecological Kitchen Series we’ll focus on producing some food in smalls spaces. We’ll talk about organic methods, the growing season, great container plants for your garden. Everyone takes some a small container garden of herbs.

Ticket includes: Take home container of herbs. Snacks and refreshments served.

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Rachel Lyn Rumson is an energetic facilitator, collaborative team builder. She activates the groups she works with as she arranges elements of process to help them get results. She balances improvisation and planning.

As a community weaver, Rachel Lyn gravitated toward the Transition Towns and Occupy Wall Street Movements. While the economy slumped in 2009, she donated her resources to Maine’s permaculture community, committed to finding a positive activism for change.

Rachel Lyn was active in gathering people for meaning-making conversations about how to make the world a better place as an organizer with the Resilience Hub. From there she designed and co-hosted the gathering of the New England Transition Network, co-organized the 2014 Northeast Permaculture Convergence, Introduced The Art of Participatory Leadership to change-makers in Maine. She also helped to start the Portland Tool Library, the Greater Portland Community Land Trust, and later joined a project called Cooperative Fermentation which evolved into Cooperative Design Lab, a leadership and cooperative development program.

Rachel Lyn founded a project in 2019 called 207Permaculture to create fertile ground for more connection. The community is growing and the network is weaving.

In 2015 Rachel Lyn and her moving into a long-established B&B in a country setting and began a homestead vibe there. In 2019 they are opening an Micro-makers space at the location to teach and engage people in creative rural living craft.

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