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Food forest gardens are designed to create environments that mimic the same types of ecosystems found in natural forests
To capture self reliance and resilience, food forest gardens are designed to create environments that mimic the same types of ecosystems found in natural forests. Food forest gardens are filled with plants providing not only food, but also many other types of valuable products for people while also expanding habitat for wildlife and bees. This series is designed for those new to food forestry.
Registration is required. Call 897-8831 to register.
Sundays from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
September 29 Session One: Intro to Food Forestry: Benefits and Basics ($35)
October 6 Session Two: Food Forestry Foundations: Wild Forest Biomimicry ($35)
October 13 Session Three: Food Forest Design, Part One
October 27 Session Four: Food Forest Design, Part Two (Part one required) ($130 for Parts 1 & 2)