Tending the Land We Call Home

Tending the Land We Call Home

Urban Gardening through a Permaculture Lens: Class 3 - Soil Health
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jun 17, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM MDT
Zoom Workshop Series

About the Event

Join us for a series of 3 classes via Zoom. Take one, take them all!

April 29, May 20, June 17 Interactive sessions. Register at phoenixesrising.org/Programs

Class 1: Urban Gardening on April 29th:

Keystone Species, Native Plants, Pollinators, Resilience, Whole Ecologies, Connectivity, Easy Solutions

Class 2: Design on May 20:

Food Sovereignty, Water Conservation, Sunlight, Deer, Sequestering Carbon, Permaculture Principles, Food Forests, Medicinal Plants, Species Selection

Class 3: Soil Health on June 17:

Why Organic?, Mulching, Composting & Worms, Mycorrhizal Fungi, Soil Testing, Techniques

Offered by:

Carol "Kate" Wilburn of Phoenixes Rising: certified permaculture designer, teacher, writer, artist, communitybuilder, engineer. Decades of hands-on experience in sustainable lifestyles & ecological design.

Therese Robbins of Heart Beet Herbal Remedies: certified permaculture designer, certified herbalist, long-time organic gardener, & teacher, with 3+ years experience in wildcrafting and herbal wellness.

Caitlyn Lewis of Soil Cycle Missoula: her passion for composting-- born of environmental concerns regarding wasted food-- has grown into a love for all things soil. She has a particular fondness for worms and microbes!

30% of proceeds donated to these non-profits: Soil Cycle, All Nations Health Center, Seeding Sovereignty

Email: heartbeetherbalremedies@gmail.com or wilburncs@phoenixesrising.org for information

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