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Fwd: Permaculture Workshop with Peter Bane, 12/15

From: Melissa M
Sent on: Monday, November 26, 2012 4:16 PM
Reminder regarding book signing event w/ 
Peter Bane

Reply-To: [address removed]

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PETER BANE Permaculture Talk & Book-Signing
                                                                                                                                                                                          .

WHERE:  Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia

1906 S. RittenhouseSquare, Philadelphia, 19103

WHEN:  Saturday, December 15, 7:30pm

COST: $5 suggested donation

RSVP:  phillyorchards.org/volunteer/schedule

 
URBAN PERMACULTURE with Peter Bane and Phil Forsyth
                                                                                                                                                                                          .

WHERE:  Francis Cope House @ Awbury Arboretum

1 Awbury Road, Philadelphia, PA 19138

WHEN:  Saturday, December 15, 1pm to 4pm

COST: $20 for general public, scholarships available for POP partners

RSVP:  Space is limited, registration required at awbury.org/permaculture

 

Join us for two great opportunities to learn Permaculture from Peter Bane on Dec 15th! 

 

Peter Bane is the author of The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country (2012), an authoritative guide to the world's leading popular design science for North American readers. Long the publisher and editor of Permaculture Activistand a teacher and landscape designer who has worked in both temperate and tropical regions of the Americas, he is now pioneering a microfarm on the edge of Bloomington, Indiana. The talk will focus on how our towns and suburbs can incubate the new eco-agriculture and launch a food security revolution.  Co-hosted by the  Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Orchard Project, and the Eastern PA Permaculture Guild.  Please RSVP at phillyorchards.org/volunteer/schedule

 

A more intensive workshop on Urban Permaculture will be led by Peter Bane nad Phil Forsyth at Awbury Arboretum in the afternoon.  This workshop will introduce Permaculture strategies to build resilient and abundant cities and neighborhoods and focus in particular on the process of creating urban food forests.  Phil Forsyth is the Director of the Philadephia Orchard Project, a permaculture-based non-profit that plants community orchards in the city.  Workshop co-hosted by Awbury Arboretum, the Philadelphia Orchard Project, and the Eastern PA Permaculture Guild.  Space is limited, registration required at awbury.org/permaculture.  

 

"For readers with a quarter-acre lot or a small farm, in the city, suburbs, or beyond, The Permaculture Handbook offers a clear and comprehensive picture of what low-impact, high-satisfaction living can look like in the post-petroleum age. Starting now, readers can locate themselves easily within the narrative of growing land care, regenerative community, and a robust and capable household economy. Learn how to reduce dependence on money, on fossil fuels, and on distant supplies of critical resources. The book answers such vital questions as: How much food will the family need; what kinds of crops are most important and valuable to grow; where can we invest our scarce financial resources for the biggest return; how can the farm enhance local ecosystems and communities; what tools and machines are really needed to take care of the land; and a thousand others. More importantly, it teaches the reader how to make complex decisions about land and livelihood consistent with new and emerging economic and ecological realities."

  

Please use the forward email function below to send this event announcement to friends and family who might be interested in participating in this exciting opportunity. 
 
Sincerely,
 
Phil Forsyth, Director
Philadelphia Orchard Project
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