Design and Species for Ecosystem Health with Karen Ganey of Permaculture Solutions: This workshop will cover fundamental permaculture design processes and methodologies that benefit soils and growing systems. We will go over a wide variety of species that work as "companions" to each other and have lots of ecosystem functions that serve the pollinators, soils, birds, bees and people all interacting together. After the workshop participants will be well poised to make informed decisions about what to plant, why and where ? Come with your own favorite plant varieties to share! There will be time for questions and discussion. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81009342412?pwd=Yk5pOHVWcWl2OVJWeG1sN3pWTzdDZz09
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This is the second of three remote workshops for the Clifford Park Community Food Forest. The first workshop: Building Soil at Clifford Park presented the basic biological and physical science behind building living soil and provide guidance on the steps ahead and resources needed to create the conditions for a thriving community food forest at Clifford Park. The following is a link to the Building Soil Workshop https://youtu.be/UI-gtVEjkUA
A date for the third workshop on the Community Design Process has not been scheduled yet but will be held later in June.
If you have questions, or have an interest in volunteering for this project, contact Town Planner Matt Osborn at firstname.lastname@example.org (802) 478-1118.