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Tonight! Permaculture Design Talk @ Quaker Meeting House w/ Andrew Faust

From: Adriana M.
Sent on: Thursday, March 11, 2010 12:08 PM
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A Friendly Reminder!

If you are considering taking our PDC starting March 27th this is an excellent chance to come hear Andrew speak and talk to him about the course.

In other news...we have a full roster of activities for able bodies this spring and summer upstate on our property in Ellenville. Digging, digging, cutting back brush and brambles, setting up water catchment off our roof, constructing hoop houses, preparing beds for planting, planting, planting and more planting...keep your eyes peeled for work and learning opportunities!

Best,

Adriana+++

P.S. Did you see that the Gowanus Canal now has the esteemed title of SUPERFUND SITE!

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Permaculture Design:
Creating True Health and Wealth

Equitable, Ecological and Regional Economies

The confluence of climate change, economic collapse,
peak oil and wide spread pollution are all pointing to a need for an
articulate and comprehensive alternative.
Learn deep green perspectives on why nuclear is not the answer to global
warming and many elegant solution sets for an array of problems that our
society is facing.

Come and hear one of New York City?s leading Ecological Design teachers
describe a beautifully simple and effective way to transition from an
inherently inefficient, unstable and pollution generating economy to a
healthy, vibrant and regionally adapted resilient economy and
infrastructure.


Where: Quaker Meeting House
? ? ? ? ? 15th St. and Rutherford Pl. (between 2nd and 3rd Aves.)

When: Thursday, March 11th ?7-9 pm

Who:
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Andrew Faust, founder of The Center for Bioregional Living, has been
teaching ecological design and Permaculture for over 17 years. Nearly two
years ago he moved to NYC, after homesteading off the grid for 8 years in
rural W.V., and hit the ground running teaching numerous classes, speaking
on various panels, designing edible gardens, consulting urban and rural
clients and volunteering in his local community garden.

Andrew is currently working on creating ecological training centers in
North America and abroad and inspiring the next wave of students in his
5th full Permaculture Design Certification in NYC. Andrew has taught the
PDC course over 15 times since 2003 at Yestermorrow Design/Build school in
Warren,VT.
For more info, visit:
http://www.homebiome.com/index.php

Suggested Donation: $10

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The Center for Bioregional Living
Ellenville / Brooklyn, NY
www.homebiome.com

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