Watershed-Friendly Farming and Permaculture with Wanda Knapik
Permaculture expert Wanda Knapik will discuss Watershed-Friendly Farming and Permaculture on Wednesday, May 14th at 7:30 as part of the Middle Valley Community Center’s continuing series on food in our community.
There will also be a display of the free, voluntary and self-paced River Friendly Certification program that assists local farmers in identifying areas for improvement to help protect our water resources.
Visit North Jersey Resource Conservation and Development,
The Middle Valley Community Center is located at the heart of the target area for Raritan Basin Agricultural Mini-Grants. To see if your farm is in the target area, check the locator at:
Wanda Knapik is the Owner and Founder of My Local Garden, designs and creates integrated edible landscapes and vegetable gardens in urban and suburban environments. She is a certified permaculture designer and educator, organic vegetable gardener, and sustainability consultant. She is a member of the Bernardsville Green Team and the Director of the Bernardsville Community Garden. For more information, please contact [masked]
Or visit additional events of the Permaculture Network of NJ http://www.meetup.com/Permaculture-Network-of-NJ/
The historic Middle Valley Community Center offers this as part of Your Table in the Valley, a series on food in our community. Meetings are free and open to the public. Future dates include Meet the Farmers (to be re-scheduled due to snow). For more information on these and other MVCC programs, please visit http://middlevalleynj.org/ or call Laura Knipmeyer at (973) 727 7962.