growing an ecosystem of abundance

Designing Edible Forest Gardens evening talk with Eric Toensmeier

The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center’s Permaculture Program Presents an evening lecture:

Designing Edible Forest Gardens with Eric Toensmeier

Come hear a fascinating and educational lecture by this internationally renowned author and Permaculturally based Edible Forest designer & educator! See the book titles below!! Also – Eric is just an amazingly knowledgeable plant geek concerning uber-multifunctional-edible plant systems!!

Where: Sebastopol Grange Hall on Hwy 12

When: Thursday Nov. 1st from 7pm to 8:30pm

Why– Because Edible forest gardens mimic the structures and functions of natural ecosystems while producing healthy food and other products, with an emphasis on low-maintenance perennial crops. Design and plant selection help provide fertility, control of weeds and pests, and more. Eric will emphasize the design and maintenance of temperate climate Permaculture edible forest gardens.

Sliding scale $5 to $10 at the door. 
No one turned away for lack of funds

Please forward around!!! – Lets fill the room since Eric is flying here all the way from the North East to be with us!

Contact Brock Dolman 
Brock@oaec.org

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