growing an ecosystem of abundance

Exciting Events!

Visit this page often to see constantly updated info!

Fruit Talks, Tastings and Tours, along with other Permaculture related events in the San Francisco Bay Area, and beyond.

Also check these pages:

Fruit Tastings link here

Past events archive link here

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This online discussion with nationally known gardening experts-
including Will Allen of Growing power, Vendanta Shiva, Joe Salatin, Paul Stamets, Toby Hemenway, John Valenzuela, many local gardeners from Louisville Kentucky
and others. . .
It’s free,  just register for more information-
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Golden Gate Chapter California Rare Fruit Growers Meeting

“Cuba, Growing Fruit and Vegetables in the

Most Sustainable Country in the World”

WHEN: Saturday March 8, 2014

WHAT: ‘Cuba, Growing Fruit and Food’ talk, and Chapter elections

WHO: Speaker- John Valenzuela

WHERE: Classroom #1, Enviro. Hort. & Flor. Bldg.

City College San Francisco,

259 Judson Ave., S F, CA 94112

TIME: 12 Noon to 3 PM

INFO: John recently visited Cuba to attend an international

Permaculture conference, where he toured the island, visiting backyard gardens, urban farms and rural sites. He will share his observations with images and stories.

We will also have a planning meeting updating scion information, and hold chapter elections

Please bring fruit from your yard to share, finger food, plants to donate for the drawing, and your questions.

This event is free and open to the public. Newcomers are always welcome – Do bring a friend!

http://www.crfg.org/chapters/golden_gate/meetings.htm

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Grafting workshop with John Valenzuela

‘Topworking grafting- An old plum tree make over’

Sunday, March 9th

Pollinate Farm and Garden Store, Fruitvale Oakland

John will demonstrate grafting onto an old fruit tree by ‘topworking’. A large myrobalan plum (cherry plum) tree behind the store will get a drastic ‘make-over’ with the establishment of several varieties of plums and plum X apricot hybrids, on several cut back branches. This will create a long and diverse harvest of fruit from one tree, within the next couple of years.
more info soon.

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