Do you still wonder what permaculture is all about? Do you wonder how it can be applied to your life? Our two-part workshop this Sunday February 17th is informative as well as interactive. Whether you are a beginning whole systems thinker or a seasoned permaculturalist that would like to freshen up, this workshop will help. Check out the details below and sign up today!
Limited Space – pre-registration highly encouraged: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4051063
Still not quite sure what the hype of Permaculture is really all about? Have you heard the word but not convinced that it applies to you? Join us for a short exploratory talk and optional workshop to dive deeper, as we break down the design process in a way that reveals the diversity of applications in land, life and community design. 1-2PM – Free to Attend, Suggested Donation for the talk is $5-$10.
In the optional workshop that builds upon talk and follows, participants will gain simple, effective tools that can be applied to their own context, goals & vision. This will provide more in-depth opportunities for discussion, connecting with new friends & neighbors on this regenerative path. 2:30-4PM – Workshop is $20.
Both will take place in Red Stag event space. This event is for everyone at any stage along on the journey!
Megan & Cody Mastel are certified permaculture designers, farmers, facilitators and skilled leaders in earth reconnection practices. They lead retreats, grow & craft bioregional foods, provide experiential education & cultivate habitats of reconnection through Living Hearth Farm & School, including the Open Hearth PDC which explores the resilient culture, communities, & skills of the Upper Midwest. Their business, Land by Hand, provides consulting, Permaculture design & planning, implementation and promotion for individuals, families, farms, businesses & communities. Organizations they partner with include Tiny Diner, Make MN Magazine, U of M Landscape Arboretum, Seed Sages, Ecological Design, Organic Compound, Buttermilk Falls CSA & MCTC. Connect with Cody & Megan at landbyhand.org and thelivinghearth.com