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Permaculture in Action two-day class features forest gardens and soil improvements

This fall our two-day course, “Permaculture in Action, a Taste”  will feature hands-on affordable training in two topics that appear to be steadily gaining interest among permaculture enthusiasts:  forest gardening and soil improvement.       These shorter classes follow a similar format to our  Full Season Roots and Seeds class in 2013  with about […]

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Learn about Forest Gardening, hands-on with Zev Friedman, Oct. 12, 2012

It’s almost time for phase 2 of the garden planting at the Marshall Library Demonstration Forest Garden !   Registration is open!   In a single, affordable, action-packed day, Zev is back and is offering participants another chance to learn background information about Permaculture and Forest Agriculture, and to participate in planting more edible trees […]

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Protected: Southern Appalachian Forest Gardener’s Year

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Workshop reveals real forest-related business opportunities in WNC region

Living Systems Design, Warren Wilson College and Matthew Raker of Advantage West have partnered to develop the cutting-edge curriculum for:  The Forest Economy: Growing Bioregional Business Niches: Saturday, February 18, 8:30-5:00 at Warren Wilson College This 1-day class outlines some of the most promising opportunities as identified by regional leaders; it also introduces participants to some […]

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