What the #$%& is Permaculture Anyway?!  – Tiny Diner

The Tiny Diner hosts various events, workshops and classes at our restaurant. These classes seek to introduce and extend our understanding about food, water, energy, health, and permaculture design techniques for our homes, businesses, and communities. Some of the topics include storm water management, rain gardening, straw bale gardening, basic botany, composting and vermiculture, beekeeping, mushroom production, and more. The classes will be free or low-cost. Please stay connected to our class calendar and make sure to sign-up for them as they become available.

Location: All events and classes will be held at Tiny Diner restaurant (1024 E. 38th Street, S. Minneapolis) unless noted otherwise.

Some classes may require an RSVP and will state if you need to sign-up. If you don't RSVP, the class may be cancelled. Write to andrea.e@tinydiner.com, with the class title in the subject heading.

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What the #$%& is Permaculture Anyway?! 

September 20, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Join us for this introductory class that will go over permaculture basics! If you are someone who has been hearing the term permaculture being tossed around but have no idea what it means, this class is for you! We’ll talk about it’s history, values, practitioners, and give examples of how you can incorporate permaculture into your own life. Even if you’re not a gardener, this is a framework that goes beyond gardening/farming but can be used in countless aspects of your life! This class is taught by two certified permaculturalists.


Instructor Information: Andrea Eger is Tiny Diner’s Permaculture Education Coordinator and  has been a community organizer and organic farmer for the past 5 years on farms all over the world. She first learned about permaculture in 2008 while working at a women’s collective farm in Guatemala and was instantly hooked. Since then she has become a certified permaculture designer and has used her skills to design sustainable and resilient farming systems and businesses.

Cody Mastel is Tiny Diner’s Lead Gardner. Cody is the owner of Land by Hand, an ecological design/build organization, where he collaborates with small businesses, homeowners, farmers, neighbors, educators, and change makers in the Twin Cities region to co-create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible. Learn more about Cody and his work at landbyhand.org


September 20, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Tiny Diner
1024 E. 38th Street
Minneapolis, MN United States
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