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Salon of Urban Permaculture: Becoming Native to this Place

From: Katherine C.
Sent on: Sunday, May 2, 2010 7:22 PM
Hello Homesteaders,
Courtesy of our friend Adam Brock (of the Wild Green Yonder):

The Salon of Urban Permaculture (SoUP) is a new monthly potluck focused on building skills and community around permaculture in the city. Each SoUP gathering showcases a different urban permaculture site, and includes an informal talk, activity or workshop based around that month's theme. People of all levels of familiarity with Permaculture are encouraged to attend.

The first Salon is happening on Saturday, May 15th at 5:30 PM, at the Orbis House on 1818 Gaylord. The theme for the month is "Becoming Native to this Place", and we'll be exploring what it means to be an inhabitant of the South Platte watershed on the Shortgrass Steppe. You're encouraged to bring a dish featuring native or wild-harvested ingredients - although of course every dish is welcome!

Hope you will check out this wonderful event!

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