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Interested in the basics of permaculture or looking to freshen up on your knowledge of the ecological and social culture? Come take this class for a brief history of people, principles and practices that make up today's permaculture systems. This will be a two day class and the second day we will build an herb spiral from scratch together. Herb spirals are a great way to see how various plants inhabit different environments based off sun, shade, and moisture levels. Spruce up the look of any yard by adding these helix style creations and you'll also spice up your kitchen.
WHEN: Saturday, April 9th from 1:30pm-3:00pm
Sunday, April 10th from 1:30pm-3:00pm
WHERE: Tri Cycle Farms (1705 N Garland Ave)
PARK at Trinity United First Methodist Church and use the crosswalk to walk to the farm. We will meet inside the rock house for day 1 and behind the red barn for day 2.
DONATION: $5 suggested for students & $10 suggested for non-students one time for both classes combined.
Bio - UA graduate, Grad. Cert. if Sustainability, PDC, Tri-Cyclist
From Jackson, TN originally, I came to Fayetteville 7 years ago for an architectural design degree from the University of Arkansas and fell in love with the Ozarks. With an ever-intensifying infatuation with the natural world, I studied sustainability at the U of A under Dr. Messadi and found permaculture. I enjoy any good design and the complexities of Earth's systems, thus everything permaculture.
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