T * Transition

O * Organics

P* Permaculture

This group is dedicated to all who want to eat and grow tasty organic food. If that is what you like, join. No matter if you have land or not, are highly experienced or have never grown a thing in you life. We want to be a space to teach and to learn, to connect, to help each other, to share the bounty we produce with each other and the community.

Building community is of great importance. Please bring yourself with an open heart to make new friends, bring your friends along the journey towards building a healthy future for all of us.

One of our goals is to bring organic gardens to preschool and daycare centers, encourage the providers to garden with the children and eat the harvest together. Members can donate plants, help with garden builds and/or volunteer to help with maintenance.

Transition is a worldwide movement. Here is the wikipedia entry:

A transition town is a grassroot community project that seeks to build resilience in response to peak oil, climate destruction, and economic instability.

Organicgardening without synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

Permaculture:

"Permaculture is a philosophy of working with, rather than against nature; of protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and thoughtless labor; and of looking at plants and animals in all their functions, rather than treating any area as a single product system." - Bill Mollison

 

All members are encouraged to participate as much or as little as they want and to bring their ideas and talents to the group.

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  • 4 days ago · 5:30 PM

    Movie Night East County

    7 TOP People | 5.00

    We are going to view and discuss a movie related to Permaculture and gardening every 3rd Wednesday. Viewing starts at 6 PM. If you feel moved to do so, bring some... Learn more
  • May 17 · 3:00 PM

    Monthly Propagation Sunday

    4 TOP People

    Meeting are the 3rd Sunday of the month starting at 3pm. We will present and practice different propagation techniques throughout the year, including grafting, air... Learn more
  • May 6 · 7:00 PM

    San Diego Herb Guild Meeting

    2 TOP People

    Come join us and learn about Herbs. All visitors are welcome! About the San Diego Herb Guild Serving professional herbalists and herb enthusiasts in the San Diego... Learn more
  • May 2 · 1:00 PM

    Learn all about Composting with Worms and Build a Bin

    14 TOP People | 5.00

    Love what Helen Olfield wrote: COMPOST AND SAVE WATER, SANITY...     You planted green beans, snap peas, tomatoes, chard and zucchini, then stood back and waited for the... Learn more
  • April 23 · 12:00 PM

    Learn Cherimoya Grafting

    2 TOP People

    You are invited to join Jim Neitzel and myself at a meeting or the USD Garden club to learn how to graft cherimoyas. Now is the time! We will have a limited amount of... Learn more
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  • Marianne West founded TOP Organic Edibles Garden Club

    on May 4

 

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Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.

Founded May 4, 2012

This Meetup is community funded

$20.00/year

Member dues are used to:
  • Cover Meetup costs
  • Help compensate organizers
  • Encourage more engaged members
  • Have a reserve fund
  • Provide supplies or equipment
  • Improve Meetups
  • create funds to do possible garden builds, either for members, daycare centers, contribute to turn public spaces into free food providing growing spaces

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