Past Meetup

Edible Landscaping with Permaculture: Perennial Edible Plants

This Meetup is past

13 people went

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Would you like to learn more about the delicious low maintenance plants Jonathan is growing at Paradise Lot? Stay and experience Jonathan's top 20 perennial vegetables and fruits. He will do a show and tell of the plants, some in person, and with pictures and helpful descriptions. He will provide planting tips as well. Please come with lots of questions!

Cost: $15-30 sliding scale per person. *Must be paid in full by May 1 to keep your spot!* Please send your check made out to Food Forest Farm to Amy Antonucci, 219 France Rd, Barrington NH 03825

This event is being sponsored by The Seacoast Permaculture Meetup - who has graciously offered 10 spots to our group. Thanks, Amy!

About Jonathan Bates: Jonathan owns Food Forest Farm Permaculture Nursery ( (, a nursery specializing in educational services and useful/edible plant sales. He is also co-author of Paradise Lot with Eric Toensmeier. He has been studying, creating, and working with rural and urban gardens in the Connecticut River Valley for over a decade. With a bachelor's degree in biology, and an MA in social ecology from the Institute for Social Ecology, Jonathan loves wild crafting with friends, and working with folks to better the world we live in. He cofounded and is a board member of the Apios Institute, is a teacher at the Yestermorrow Design/Build School, and is a farmer with Nuestras Raices, Inc. He lives in Holyoke, MA.