What is Forest Gardening? Learning to Garden with Nature
September 10, 2017 10:00am-02:00pm
Learn to design and install your own low-maintenance forest garden. Participants will learn about the benefits of home forest gardening for food, fiber and natural dye production, as well as how to grow their own garden without the need for tilling, weeding or pesticides. Participants will also receive select plants for starting their own home forest garden.
Scott McCoy is a local permaculture designer and advocate for regenerative agriculture. He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2012 and received his Permaculture Design Certificate in 2013. His business Higher Ground Gardens provides garden design, installation and maintenance services to local homes and businesses. He also is a founding member of the Hawaiʻi based non-profit, [UN]cultivated, which helps to build more resilient food systems through the mapping of local food sheds and promotion of home gardening.
Price: $45 general / $35 museum members
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