Permaculture 101 Workshop with Wakan Burrows

Wednesday, March 6th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Cost: $5. Preregistration Required – only 20 spaces available. Register at the store or online.

Are you interested in creating living landscapes that collect and clean water, build nutrient-rich soil, support a variety of wildlife AND produce an abundance of food, fuel and other resources throughout the year? With the help of Permaculture, a whole-systems approach that can be applied to your back yard garden, small farm, or even a whole region, you too can be part of a growing trend that “is about saving the planet and living to be a hundred, while throwing very impressive dinner parties and organizing other creatures (plants, animals, microorganisms, etc…) to do most of the work.” – Linda Woodrow, The Permaculture Home Garden. Join Wakan Burrows , Permaculture Design Course 2012 Graduate and Gardener, for an introduction to Permaculture. 

Wakan Burrows – When he sprained his ankle on a small farm in the Spokane Valley 4 years ago, he started reading Gaia’s Garden: The Guide to Homescale Permaculture. It profoundly opened up his view of the world. We can work with and mimic Earth’s many systems and their invaluable processes to grow an abundance of food, wildlife habitat, fuel, and more, without degrading the land through toxic chemicals and costly fertilizer. Join Wakan Burrows , Permaculture Design Course 2012 Graduate and Gardener, for an introduction to Permaculture.

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