One of the benefits of living on the North Shore is our access to seaweed. Learn how to harvest and use this vegetation from the sea.
Native American Indians knew that the addition of sea minerals to their crops helped them grow.
- Empty 5 gallon buckets
Cost: $5 - $10 (sliding scale)
8:30 am, low tide is at 8:00 and we want to get there early in case of beach goers.
Update: Park in Lot 4, you might need to pay for it $2 metered.
Our group seeks to provide a structure to link, support, collaborate with and expand the community of individuals and organizations in our area interested in learning and practicing the art of permaculture.
“To design ecologically sound, economically prosperous human communities guided by the ethics: caring for Earth, caring for people, and reinvesting the surplus that this care will create.”—Toby Hemenway
We also work with other permaculture groups in the region to strengthen and grow the New England permaculture network. We use the Meetup platform to announce events, discuss issues and share information.