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Meet other local people who support Permaculture design for sustainable human existence, and with a firm conviction to save humanity.

Upcoming events (4+)

Monthly Meetup ( Meet others passionate about permaculture and share projects).

This Meetup is held on the second Tuesday of each month and has two purposes.

First, it serves as a general networking opportunity for Permies in the area to meet each other and to provide mutual aid. What are you working on and where? What kind of collaborators and skills sets do you want to add to your team? Do you have an idea that you'd like to share just for feedback and exploration?

Second, this is an information session to increase knowledge about the numerous ways that permaculture can be applied in the world, from gardening/farming practices and land stewardship, to regenerative economic systems, community building, and nature connection.

Thank you to our sponsor: The Green Phoenix Permaculture, a 501c3 organization.*

Monthly Meetup ( Meet others passionate about permaculture and share projects).

This Meetup is held on the second Tuesday of each month and has two purposes.

First, it serves as a general networking opportunity for Permies in the area to meet each other and to provide mutual aid. What are you working on and where? What kind of collaborators and skills sets do you want to add to your team? Do you have an idea that you'd like to share just for feedback and exploration?

Second, this is an information session to increase knowledge about the numerous ways that permaculture can be applied in the world, from gardening/farming practices and land stewardship, to regenerative economic systems, community building, and nature connection.

This month we’ll be talking about the book Growing A Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back To Life. By David R. Montgomery. It’s available at both Brooklyn and New York public libraries.

Thank you to our sponsor: The Green Phoenix Permaculture, a 501c3 organization.*
Meet us in person at Bryant Park Whole Foods.

Monthly Meetup ( Meet others passionate about permaculture and share projects).

This Meetup is held on the second Tuesday of each month and has two purposes.

First, it serves as a general networking opportunity for Permies in the area to meet each other and to provide mutual aid. What are you working on and where? What kind of collaborators and skills sets do you want to add to your team? Do you have an idea that you'd like to share just for feedback and exploration?

Second, this is an information session to increase knowledge about the numerous ways that permaculture can be applied in the world, from gardening/farming practices and land stewardship, to regenerative economic systems, community building, and nature connection.

Thank you to our sponsor: The Green Phoenix Permaculture, a 501c3 organization.*

Monthly Meetup ( Meet others passionate about permaculture and share projects).

This Meetup is held on the second Tuesday of each month and has two purposes.

First, it serves as a general networking opportunity for Permies in the area to meet each other and to provide mutual aid. What are you working on and where? What kind of collaborators and skills sets do you want to add to your team? Do you have an idea that you'd like to share just for feedback and exploration?

Second, this is an information session to increase knowledge about the numerous ways that permaculture can be applied in the world, from gardening/farming practices and land stewardship, to regenerative economic systems, community building, and nature connection.

This month we’ll be talking about the book Growing A Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back To Life. By David R. Montgomery. It’s available at both Brooklyn and New York public libraries.

Thank you to our sponsor: The Green Phoenix Permaculture, a 501c3 organization.*
Meet us in person at Bryant Park Whole Foods.

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