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Garden Blitz Anniversary & Urban Permaculture Talk

  • Feb 22, 2014 · 3:00 PM
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The below info was written by Mark Stanley, and I am copying it here from his blog / newsletter site:

Please Join us this Saturday to celebrate the anniversary of the Permaculture Blitz we held in my garden last year!

When I decided transform my yard into an edible landscape and food forest I put it out here in a NEWZletter and over 20 of you folks came out and worked under the watchful eye of Adina Lehrman of Florida Regenerative Landscapes (FRL) to help me make it so! Together, we began the transformation of my yard from a barren Florida wild grass “lawn” to an “edible landscape garden” complete with a fledgling “Food Forest” of over a dozen young fruit trees and several highly fertile beds producing massive amounts of salad greens, potatoes, vegetables and herbs for me and my friends and neighbors!

Adina and Lucie Burke also of FRL have offered to give an informal talk and share their insights on the Future of Urban Permaculture and the mission of Florida Regenerative Landscapes, perhaps it will turn into an open discussion. And afterwards I’ll happily give garden tours and answer any questions that anyone has… I invite you all to come and see as well as TASTE the benefits of an Edible Landscape! Of course my contribution to this Pot Luck will be a massive spring mix salad and of course a large bowl of sprouts … all grown onsite!

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  • Emily L.

    Mark has an absolutely beautiful -- and productive! -- food forest garden! And the potluck luncheon was great! An informative talk was given by Lucie Burke of Florida Regenerative Landscapes. It was just a wonderful experience all around. I look forward to the next garden blitz at Mark's house.

    March 2, 2014

  • Emily L.

    My ph# is[masked], if anyone needs to contact me. Text messages are easier, but calls will be answered /returned.

    February 18, 2014

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