$35 per person; lunch is provided. We have a limited number of free spaces reserved for Community Garden Connections program participants; contact us for more information.
Keith Morris will share simple and affordable intensive gardening techniques for renters and those of us with limited space. We’ll have a special focus on ways to continue growing fresh food through the winter, and explore how permaculture can help us design our gardens and functional spaces.
Facilitator Keith Morris has worked since 2000 as a designer, builder and grower of ecologically regenerative, socially just, and culturally appropriate whole-systems in cities and countries around the world. He teaches at the University of Vermont, Yestermorrow Design Build School, Sterling College, Paul Smiths College, Burlington Permaculture, and has worked for USAID 'Farmer to Farmer' in Nigeria and Ghana.
The workshop will be Wednesday, October 30th, from 10am to 4pm, on Antioch's campus (40 Avon St., Keene). Lunch will be provided.
Space is limited! Register now by contacting Monica Pless at [masked].
You can RSVP here to start conversation and arrange carpooling, but you must register with Monica Pless directly!
Made possible by funding from the Center for Academic Innovation at Antioch University New England and support from the Rashti Foundation.