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April 2018

Edible and Symbiotic Mushrooms for Your Garden With Sam Gerhard

April 28 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$25.00

Do you love cooking with mushrooms? Have you always wanted to grow your own but it just sounded a little complicated? This is your chance to get a straightforward introduction. Come learn the benefits of mushrooms for your garden and yourself! Enjoy an afternoon with hands-on learning including inoculating oyster mushrooms on straw bales, cardboard, leafs, and wood! To sign up go to: http://permacultureskillscenter.info/courses/edible-and-symbiotic-mushrooms-for-your-garden/

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May 2018

Chasing Waterfalls: How to Aerate Your Pond With Sam Gerhard

May 19 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$25.00

Don’t stick to the rivers and lakes you’re used to! Learn how to improve your pond system. We offer a hands-on approach in how to build a beautiful and functional waterfall addition to a habitat pond system with an integrated constructed wetlands bio-filter. Understand why ponds need aeration and how to accomplish this gracefully. To register go to: http://permacultureskillscenter.info/courses/chasing-waterfalls-how-to-aerate-your-pond/

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Advanced Drip Irrigation Workshop With Robert Kourik

May 26 - May 27
$235.00

Got water? One of our most precious natural resources, water has become a hot topic in recent years; how do we irrigate efficiently, how do we use this resource to maximize our benefits and minimize it’s use?  How often to irrigate is a topic of great debate. You don’t want to miss this 2-day experiential workshop. Come out and get your hands dirty with the latest data-driven methods. We’ve asked Robert Kourik, author of Drip Irrigation, for every landscape and all…

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June 2018

Fire Series Part 1

June 2 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
FREE

Fire Series Part 1 Fire Ecology Stewardship Strategies: From Fire-Resistant to Fire-Adapted What is fire ecology and how do we sustainability live in our natural fire regime? What can we do individually? What can we do collectively? This training will explore land management techniques for living in fire-prone areas. Whether your land burned in the Complex Fire or never in your lifetime, learn directly from foresters, conservation specialists, grassland managers and fire ecologists. This event will host several panelists including…

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