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Ecological design workshop

  • Subject: [cg] Ecological design workshop
  • From: Arty Mangan <amangan@got.net>
  • Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 17:08:44 -0700

Bioneers presents

Natural Patterns and Permaculture Principles: Ecological Design Workshop
With Toby Hemenway and Tom Ward
Tunitas Creek Ranch, Half Moon Bay, CA
September 10-12, 2004

Two highly skilled and articulate Permaculture teachers, Toby Hemenway, author of Gaia’s Garden, A Guide to Home Scale Permaculture, and Tom Ward, an ethno-botanist, eco-forester, and Permaculture designer, will present a system of practical techniques that develop the skills of ecological design. The workshop will empower you to work with the land and apply design principles that increase the diversity, resilience and harmony of your own home-landscape or farm.

For more information on the workshops and presenters, please visit our Web site, www.bioneers.org, e-mail agworkshops@bioneers.org or call 831-338-1202. If you are ready to register, call the Bioneers main office toll-free at 877-246-6337, ext. 115.



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