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THE ROOTS OF PERMACULTURE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGICALLY DESIGNED GARDENS

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Name: THE ROOTS OF PERMACULTURE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGICALLY DESIGNED GARDENS
Date: March 2, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM CST
Trip Builder: View Trip
Event Description:
The Menomonie Public SEED Library welcomes Christopher Kerrschneider. Learn how to approach your gardening and landscaping projects through the ecologically based design science of permaculture. From building soil to planting strategies, dig into the core of permaculture and see real-world examples of techniques used to create a beautiful, productive, and sustainable garden ecosystem in your own backyard! Christopher Kerrschneider grew up near St. Louis, Missouri and has always been passionate about all things nature. He holds a bachelors degree from Truman State University, where he majored in communication and minored in biology. In 2014 Christopher completed a Permaculture Design Certification course and has been learning, designing, and teaching ever since. He and his lovely wife and children live in Baldwin, Wisconsin, where they enjoy the bounty of creation. Patrons can pick up free seeds from the SEED Library after the program
Location:
Menomonie Public Library 600 Wolske Bay Rd
Date/Time Information:
2/2/19 1:00-2:30
Contact Information:
715-232-2164 x210
Fees/Admission:
FREE
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