Because of the hectic schedules of our organizers, we will be having a maintenance permablitz for April. This is necessary to check up on the gardens we have created and to add more cover crop seeds for the warm season.
Ready for a spring picnic on an organic farm? Do you wonder about all those chickens that produce your "Jeremiah Cunningham's World's Best Eggs"? If you've never seen a 100% organic free range chicken operation, and would like to tour the actual feed mill that produces Coyote Creek Organic Feed, then mark your calendars for the Coyote Creek Spring Tour!
Its week two of The Ultimate Scavenger Hunt for the Sustainable Egg. Where can you find chickens and chicks, coops and feed, and garden supplies to grow food in your own backyard? What are successful zone 8 foods you can grow in the city? Continue your hunt for the sustainable egg at one of our favorite local chicken connections, and find everything you need to grow your own local Austin.
The hunt for sustainable food continues in week III of The Ultimate Scavenger Hunt for the Sustainable Egg. Are you ready to start growing food in your backyard? Learn about zero waste, compost, and community gardens.
Join Heather-Nicole Hoffman of Compost Coalition, and the librarians at Windsor Park Branch. Learn how to turn compost into food, and make Austin's zero waste goals happen, with a little help from you and your chickens. Reduce waste and improve your soils, your food and your home.
Most of the core commonly cited authors of Permaculture Design Course curriculum gathered before the full moon just before spring, and spoke to an unusually educated and engaged audience.
A sharing of feedback. A sharing of food (yes, we're integrating potluck. [Pot-luck: a suggestion that gifting food and drinks and stories creates value beyond the initial investment]) A sharing of hearts and music and microbes.
Hear Bright Sky reteach proportionally the input of 27.5 hours of attended talks compressed into 99 minutes. This translate to:
SUMMER 2014 INTENSIVE PERMACULTURE DESIGN CERTIFICATE COURSE SCHEDULE This Permaculture Design Certificate signifies completion of the 72-hour curriculum set forth by Bill Mollison in “Permaculture: A Designers’ Manual.” This is not a vocational certificate. But the permaculture design skill-set is so practical, and so much needed in today’s world, that you can consider the course a kind of “universal vocational training.”