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Permaculture Vancouver Monthly Meetup!

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  • Village Vancouver East Community Potluck

    potluck @6:30

    workshop or discussion @7:30pm

    Join us at our free monthly potluck and workshop (e.g. making kimchi & sauerkraut, water kefir & kombucha, bicycle maintenance, etc.), or discussion. This month's topic TBD. Come with something yummy and your ideas for workshops!

    Keep your eyes and tummy out for other monthly potlucks with Village Vancouver (Vancouver's Transition Town Hub). There are currently 3 monthly potlucks - East (@Strathcona Fieldhouse), West End (@West End Community Centre, in conjunction with West Neighbourhood Food Network) and Main St./Riley Park (@Little Mtn. Neighbourhood House). Typically, a workshop or discussion follows the meal.

    We also hold community potlucks (or other shared community meals) once in awhile in other neighbourhoods, including False Creek South, Grandview-Woodland, Kits, Marpole-Oakridge, Mount Pleasant, and West Point Grey.

    Village Vancouver holds over 300 workshops, events, and activities a year. For more information, please visit or join: www.villagevancouver.ca or contact Ross Moster at [masked].


    Permaculture is about creating sustainable human habitats. It's about taking the energy from the land and encouraging it to cycle back into the land, to reuse it as many times as possible before letting it go (out to the sea of entropy, where we can't use it any more) so for example, a piece of land receives sun, wind, and rain. If we catch those... and use them judiciously, we can make our garden grow, and feed animals who will poop and return that to the land, and pretty soon we have better soil, better food, some protection, and eventually something to build with.

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  • Jill
    Co-Organizer,
    Event Host

    Building soil is like building relationships:­ observation, intuition and patience, a little or a... more

  • Ross M.
    Organizer,
    Event Host

    Convenor for Village Vancouver Transition Society. [masked]

  • Alyssa
    Event Host

    Hello, I'm in the organizing group for Village Vancouver Commercial Drive ... more

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