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Permaculture Gardening should be a holistic system with “zero waste.”

So we’re consulting the lovely (and lively) Kathryn Kellogg of www.goingzerowaste.com to help us start a cycle of abundance not only in our bakyards but in our households. Why is she the expert? Well for the past 6 months, she and her husband have not taken out the trash. And that is because her trash looks can looks like this

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Indeed, a workshop not to be missed. And the bonus folks, is that Ms. Kellogg has a musical background. (Finally, Nicky will not be the only one singing on these webinars!)

In case you haven’t heard…

Our song (and no dance) webinars make the whole process a whole lot of fun!

Embedded in the webinar is a “Name that Tune” game. And if you are first to guess the song, you win a packet of seeds from us!

Join 10 minutes early for the “meet & greet” portion where we serve “virtual h’ors doeuvres” and bring together an online planting community.

Prepare your questions for the Q & A that follows.


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10 Crucial Steps to Your Organic Garden

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Most organic gardens are only seen in 1 or 2 dimensions. Through this fun, motivational and educational webinar, learn to view it in 10!

These “crucial steps” are found in a system of growing called Permaculture, a sustainable design system for growing your way to golden health.

A garden prize awaits those who manage to “Name the Tune” of a song that will be sung during the workshop. So come join us live in Sterling and start growing your own food!


In 1903, there were 544 varieties of cabbage in America. In 1983, only 28 varieties were left. And that’s just cabbage.

94% of our total seed diversity has been lost in the 20th century!

But you and I can reverse this trend. The answer lies in this online workshop:

Seed Saving for Beginners

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Join Shea Conlan from Seed Savers Exchange, a non-profit (501(c)(3) status) organization dedicated to saving and sharing seeds. She will be explaining:

  • Why we should save seeds in the first place
  • How to start doing so
 

Amy Stross, author of The Suburban Micro-Farm: Modern Solutions for Busy People

 Amy is an avid permaculture gardener, writer, and educator with a varied background in home-scale food production. She has helped to manage an organic farm project and worked as a professional landscape gardener, in addition to transforming her suburban yard into an edible landscape. Her training in permaculture design led her to develop a community food forest at her local university. Amy has reached hundreds of thousands of people with her expertise and adventures in permaculture gardening at TenthAcreFarm.com.

If you feel that your crazy sched has you leaving the gardening neglected, this webinar is for you!

Amy draws from a wealth of permaculture knowledge on simplified growing and other life hacks that will help you be successful in the garden even when life has a frenzied pace.

Get Amy's awesome book!

On this webinar, get a sneak-peak into Amy’s amazing book, “The Suburban Microfarm!” Affiliate link to buy it HERE and support these FREE webinars.

And we don’t just think it’s awesome because our gardens are featured on page 292. The info inside is concise and clear and that’s saying a LOT for all the details she’s managed to amass throughout the years growing her own personal backyard farm.

Bio: Amy is an avid permaculture gardener, writer, and educator with a varied background in home-scale food production. She has helped to manage an organic farm project and worked as a professional landscape gardener, in addition to transforming her suburban yard into an edible landscape. Her training in permaculture design led her to develop a community food forest at her local university. Amy has reached hundreds of thousands of people with her expertise and adventures in permaculture gardening at TenthAcreFarm.com.

These educational permaculture workshops are part of a series of webinars designed to help you “dig deeper” as you build your own organic garden.

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