Hands-on garden workshop - RPV, Jan 13

 

Great class to be given next Sunday

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Coastal California Permaculture Tool Box

For Garden Angels

Food Garden Fine Tuning

January 13, 2013, 11:30 to 3:30 pm

Pacific Unitarian Church, 5621 Montemalaga Dr. Rancho P.V.

Who should attend? Garden Angels. If you grow vegetables and fruit, teach biology, or if you

want to learn how to use your land to improve the quality of life on this planet, then you will

enjoy this. Every one is welcome. Bill Roley is extremely knowledgeable.

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Permaculture With Dr. Bill Roley

Lecture and Hands-On Learning

Permaculture Institute of Southern California

Lunch precedes at 11:30 a.m. $5

RSVP to: e-mail

[masked] or

phone Nancy Hofland at[masked]

Event donation requested

What is Permaculture?

David Holmgren, an Australian ecologist, coined this word in the mid 1970’s. Dr. Bill Mollison, an

environmental psychology professor, popularized the use of this word, a contraction of "permanent agriculture"

or "permanent culture." Permaculturalists design ecological human habitats and food production systems.

Permaculture is a land use and community building movement, which strives for the harmonious integration of

dwellings, microclimate, annual and perennial plants, animals, soils, and water into communities.

Thank you for joining the Permaculture movement as a participant.

Sharing Abundance

Dr. Bill Roley is the director of the non-profit Permaculture Institute of Southern California. He is an applied ecologist,

environmental instructor and consultant. He designs strategies to improve sustainable resources for homes, organizations,

governments and business. He formerly taught at Soka University.

Crop rotation and staggered planting

How to construct a soil amendment and sprouting area

Trouble shoot composting and vermicomposting

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  • Anselmo T.

    Hi, I'm a 3rd generation landscaper, who practice Eco friendly solutions and aquaponics, Hello Kari I have seen your garden because I was recommended bye a irrigation store to one of your neighbor for being a expert at irrigation, I would love to help out anyway I can, thanks

    January 28, 2013

    • Kari W.

      Wow. It is such a small world. We will need irrigation in the permanent site of the community garden in Hermosa Beach when we move into that. Unfortunately when that will be is totally up in the air. We will need someone like you to help us with that. Thanks for contacting me.

      January 28, 2013

    • Anselmo T.

      Just let me know when I can help, thanks

      January 28, 2013

  • Kari W.

    The event at the PV Unitarian Chruch garden was wonderful. Every time Bill Roley speaks he always does a great job of answering questions about gardening subjects. They showed a wonderful video about the garden. The garden had a bumper crop of tomatoes last year and they planted seeds for winter vegetables on Sunday. A little late but I am sure with the full sun that they will have a great crop again. One of the topics that interested everyone was about rotating crops so that the same thing is not grown in the same place again to allow the soil to replace the nutriants that were used this time. People were surprised that they needed to pull out the seasonal crops when was time to plant the next season's crops to make room for starting the new season crops at the right time. This is where food preservatio or sharing comes into play. Just so you know March is the best time to start your spring garden and your summer vegetables.

    January 14, 2013

  • Diane

    Please note that somehow this event has been listed multiple times, and that this event happened on the 13th. (Many thanks to those of you from this group who attended, a great time was had by all!).

    1 · January 14, 2013

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