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2018 Earth Harmony Garden Club
The Earth Harmony Garden Club will meet on the 4th Saturday of Feb through Oct from 9 AM to 11 AM. Cost is $225 for the year. To register visit this Earth Harmony website page: Work in harmony with Nature and take your garden and yard to new levels of health, beauty and productivity by gardening as a joyful and co-creative practice. Taught by farm manager Erin Stack, this garden club is geared to the home gardener/ homesteader who wants a deep understanding of environmental stewardship and a holistic approach to their landscape and garden. The garden club will be a mix of discussion, lecture, and hands on experience and will meet monthly, February through October. Gardeners will learn to grow robust vegetables, flowers, berries and herbs in a most Earth friendly way that supports a healthy ecosystem for humans and wildlife alike. The Garden Club is a unique opportunity to learn permaculture design, engaged observation, optimal nutrition and biological and organic growing methods just when you and your garden needs it through out the entire growing season. Topics include: site selection and garden design plant and seed selection seedling starting companion planting building and maintaining healthy soil no-till gardening innoculants for seeds and foliar spray to build plant's immune systems and improve flavor and growth taking and reading soil tests soil and plant nutrition through the growing season Nature friendly weed and pest management supporting bees and other beneficial insects in your garden maintaining nutrition throughout the growing season. Careful observation of your garden to catch nutrient deficiencies and insect and disease issues early seed saving cover cropping and preparing garden for winter Erin will also help interpret gardeners' soil tests and make recommendations for nutrition.

Earth Harmony Sanctuary at New Harmony Farm

186 High Road · Newbury, MA

What we're about

Our group seeks to provide a structure to link, support, collaborate with and expand the community of individuals and organizations in our area interested in learning and practicing the art of permaculture.

“To design ecologically sound, economically prosperous human communities guided by the ethics: caring for Earth, caring for people, and reinvesting the surplus that this care will create.”—Toby Hemenway

We also work with other permaculture groups in the region to strengthen and grow the New England permaculture network. We use the Meetup platform to announce events, discuss issues and share information.

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