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Re: [permaculture-61] Permaculture Walk through Prospect Park w/ Andrew Faust

From: Adriana M.
Sent on: Thursday, August 4, 2011 10:24 AM
Hello Sue,

The group never wanders far off into the park. The usual route is to head straight into the park from the meeting spot and up towards the low hill to the right underneath the oaks (usually a port-a-potty in vicinity). Group hangs out there for an hour or so and then heads somewhat north towards the kettle ponds. From there the group will go back up towards the meadow and eat lunch (weather permitting) in the grass at the edge of the walkway. The group really doesn't venture that far into the park and usually stays within a 15 minute walk from the original meeting spot.

Hope this helps!

Adriana

On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 7:33 AM, Sue Peters <[address removed]> wrote:
I wouldn't be able to get there until 11:30 - is there someway to know where the group will stop for lunch so I can join?  I don't have a cell phone.

Thanks.

Sue
 
 
On 08/03/11, Adriana Maga?a<[address removed]> wrote:
Saturday, August 6th
A Permaculture Walk through Prospect Park
with Andrew Faust

10 am-3pm
Meet at the Grand Army Plaza entrance to Prospect Park 
Please bring a lunch
Free
Please Register at [address removed]
  
Andrew Faust will lead a Permaculture walk through Prospect Park's geologic features and forests. With his wealth of forest management, native restoration and orchard experience there will be something to learn for everyone.

Some topics covered will be:
·       Permaculture site analysis and how to read larger landscape patterns.
·       East coast geologic history
·       Natural succession and how to understand it and cooperate with it.
·       Designing Permaculture Forest gardens
·       Biodynamic orchard designs
·       Tree identification by bark and leaf, distinguishing softwoods and hardwoods.
·       Permaculture forest management for larger tracts of land
 
Andrew Faust is one of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with nearly two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations have been called life-changing by his growing number of students and graduates. He teaches Permaculture Design in NYC and is currently developing The Center for Bioregional Living in Ellenville, NY.

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www.homebiome.com




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