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Ecological systems in cities with Scott Kellogg, Fri. March 15

Your City is an Ecosystem:
A DIY Field Guide With Scott Kellogg

Author of “Toolbox for Sustainable City Living” and co-founder of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center

Friday March 15, 7-9pm

The Commons, 388 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn
Brooklyn Permaculture Meetup
No charge to attend

Exploring how urban residents can form mutual partnerships with ecological systems in their cities: Permaculture relationships with the urban wilds.
• Anthropogenic Ecosystems and the anthroposphere
• Urban Hydrology: buried streams, sewer overflows, rain collection
• Oyster reef restoration and fishing in the city
• Urban detox: strategies for destroying toxins in the city environment with low-tech bioremediation
• Synanthropic species: pigeons, biodiversity, in the city, moss graffiti, bat towers, and bee walls
• Virtual tour of the Radix Center in Albany: solar and biothermal greenhouse, aquaponics, duck-a-poop-a-ponics, ecologically regenerative micro-industrial composting

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