Next Meetup

Herbal Medicine 201
• What we'll do Herbal Medicine 201 Registered herbalist and creator of the Hill College Holistic Wellness Pathway, Lori Valentine Rose, PhD, CNP, RH (AHG), teaches this information-packed follow up to Herbal Medicine 101. This class builds upon the herbal energetics concepts learned in Herbal Medicine 101 (don’t worry, you can still join us if you missed the first one) to cover energetics of common pathologies. The course will walk through common organ-system illnesses, teaching the western-energetics concept of matching herbal actions to the specific energetic presentation of the person. The course will then cover basic formula creation from a western-energetic perspective, and students will participate in mock case studies to put the concepts from class into practice. This is the perfect follow up to take the herbal medicine making techniques from 101 and learn how to apply that to your specific needs. • What to bring • Important to know TO REGISTER:

The City of Plano Sustainability & Environmental Education

4116 W Plano Parkway · Plano, TX

What we're about

Public Group

We have events all over the metroplex and into East and North Texas. Our mission is to deepen an understanding of permaculture design and practical sustainibilty throughout the metroplex. Our Programs include an annual Design Certification program at affordabe prices as well as applied Permaculture Design to help you start living more sustainably. Our programs include tours of local sustainable homes, classes, hands-on training, annual events and festival demonstration booths. It is very important to the organizers of this group that Permaculure courses be available to all, regardless of their ability to pay. The vast majority of our classes are free anf it is our goal to make this a meetup group where the public can come to learn Permaculture, not as an income producing group for the benifit of our organizers.

WHAT IS PERMACULTURE?? (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Permaculture is an approach to designing human settlements and agricultural systems that mimic the relationships found in natural ecologies. Permaculture's practical development in modern times is credited to Austrian farmer Sepp Holzer[1] on his own farm in the early 1960s and then theoretically developed by Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren and their associates during the 1970s in a series of publications. The word permaculture is a portmanteau of permanent agriculture, as well as permanent culture. The intent is that, by rapidly training individuals in a core set of design principles, those individuals can design their own environments and build increasingly self-sufficient human settlements — ones that reduce society's reliance on industrial systems of production and distribution that Mollison identified as fundamentally and systematically destroying Earth's ecosystems. While originating as an agro-ecological design theory, permaculture has developed a large international following. This "permaculture community" continues to expand on the original ideas, integrating a range of ideas of alternative culture, through a network of publications, permaculture gardens, intentional communities, training programs, and internet forums. In this way, permaculture has become a form of architecture of nature and ecology as well as an informal institution of alternative social ideals.

Please No Politics! Permacultue,sustainability and transition are larger than, and reach across, all political parties. Please leave politics at home.

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