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Tree Talk and Economic Investing in Perennial Communities - (AMPY) Meeting

Join Abundant Michigan, Permaculture Ypsilanti (AMPY) for their next regularly scheduled monthly meeting. We will discuss tree pruning with Ginny Golembiewski and local economics with Angela Barbash

We want to share skills, grow local knowledge, and open up the monthly meetings to more and more community skills, events, and opprotunities.

Come out March 3rd as we share skills and continue planning for truly regenerative communities, cities, and farms.

As always, we want to hear from you about what projects you want to help manifest within the city of Ypsilanti and what skills you want to share or learn. 


Ginny is a horticulturalist living in Ypsilanti and will be offering a pruning class March 8th at Dawn Farm. She will help us prune the apple orchard for optimal growth and production. 

Angela studied Cultural Anthropology and History at Eastern Michigan University, developing an appreciation for entrepreneurship while working at the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center (MI-SBTDC) before entering the financial services industry and has since founded Reconsider a local investment firm.



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