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POSTPONED: Permaculture 101: Perma-what?

  • A.R.E. NYC Center

    241 West 30 Str
    btwn 7 & 8 Ave Ste 102 ( 2nd floor )
    New York, NY (map)

    40.749121 -73.993981

    This presentation has been cancelled/postponed due to low enrollment. It will be rescheduled in the future, and also posted as an IDEA for the meetup - so please vote for it if you would like to see it happen! If an introductory presentation is not of interest, post what you'd like to see more of.
    Alice **

    TUES, NOV 9, 2010
    7:30 - 9:30 PM

    Perma-what? This interactive workshop introduces the ethics and principles of permaculture, the innovative design system that everyone seems to be talking about, is excited and inspired by(!) --- but can't quite define. Learn how time-tested patterns in nature connect the dots between all things 'Green' and offer a clear road-map to a holistic, healthy and just future. Practical exercises bring patterns to life and help you discover how you can live more sustainably now.
    Sliding Scale $5-$10 (benefits ARE Center and Green Phoenix Permaculture). WHO:
    Alice Lo has been organizing permaculture workshops and classes since 2006 and is always inspired by people’s ability to restore nature, heal themselves, and strengthen their communities through whole-systems design. She holds a Permaculture Design Certificate from the Fingerlakes Permaculture Institute and earned a Permaculture Teacher Training Certificate in 2009 with Dave Jacke. She serves as a Project Coordinator and member of the Board of Directors for Green Phoenix Permaculture, a non-profit organization focused on sustainability education and ecological design. Alice is grateful to make sharing permaculture part of her life’s work.

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