Eat Your Yard: How to start a Permaculture Garden

Shuswap in Transition presents:
Eat Your Yard: How to start a Permaculture Garden.

When: May 4th from 9-4

Where: 4851 20th Ave NE

Spring is here, and many of us are heading outdoors to start growing our own fresh, healthy food, beautiful flowers, and improve our landscape. Gardening is often a constant battle to keep the things you want growing, and to rid yourself of unwanted plants.

Permaculture is a philosophy of working with, rather than against nature, mimicking natural systems. This workshop, taught by Element Eco-Design, will include topics such as growing healthy soil, designing a home garden, and harvesting rainwater. Create your own healthy, abundant haven with a Permaculture garden!

This workshop is hosted by Shuswap in Transition, a community group with a focus on community health, sustainability, and resilience.

Please contact or come to 351 Hudson Ave on Thursday April 11th or 18th, between 7-9 pm to register. Cost is $75 per person for the day.

Shuswap in Transition
351 Hudson Ave
Salmon Arm

Author: Tim Lavery

Aim High Salmon Arm It matters

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