Saturday To-Do: Fayetteville Permaculture Study Group Meeting

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WHAT: Fayetteville Permaculture Study Group Inaugural Meeting

WHEN: Saturday, July 25 at 4 p.m.

WHERE: Front part of the Fayetteville Public Library

A free study group is forming to collectively educate each other about grassroots sustainability from a Permaculture perspective. The group will use Bill Mollison’s Introduction to Permaculture as the text and hopefully organize a variety of hands-on workshops. The class will encourage community building, social justice, and ecological activism.

For more information, contact athom01@gmail.com.

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5 responses to “Saturday To-Do: Fayetteville Permaculture Study Group Meeting

  1. I would like more info on your group, but I can’t make it to the meeting Saturday.

  2. Hi, Teresa!

    Thanks for reading!

    I write about anything and everything green in Arkansas, so I don’t actually represent the Fayetteville Permaculture Study Group. If you’d like to be kept informed, contact athom01@gmail.com.

    Again, thanks for reading!

  3. Hi,
    We are a small community in Hot Springs, AR and are looking for someone to teach a weekend class on permaculture. We would like to develop a site plan for our garden and fruit trees. Do you know of anyone who is teaching permaculture in Arkansas?

    thanks,
    kayse

  4. Hi, Kayse!

    Thanks for reading!

    I’m not aware of a certified teacher, but I can recommend two people who know about permaculture and sustainable agriculture. One is Gerald Anderson. He engages in permaculture at his farm in Tilly, AR. Another is Nancy Dockter. She studied sustainable agriculture at UC Santa Cruz. She holds workshops at Village Commons in LR.

    I’ll send their contact information to you so that you can contact them directly.

    Again, thanks for reading, and good luck with your project!

  5. Hi Kayse,

    I would love to learn more about Permaculture, edible forests, no-till farming, and bio intensive gardening and how to implement them on a smaller scale on my suburban lot! Any more workshops coming up?

    Thanks so much!
    Almira (Healthy Republic)

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