On October 8th, learn the basics of creating ecologically healthy urban and suburban landscapes where food and medicine abound. In this class you’ll study the ethics and principles of permaculture as a design science along with some of the most helpful and important practices being used at Garfield Community Farm, an eight year old permaculture experiment on 2.5 acres of abandoned land. Learn from Garfield Farm’s managers, author and educator Darrell Frey and farm director John Creasy. They’ll delve into edible food forest production, plant selection, water management techniques, bioshelter design, garden management and more.
Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Garfield Community Farm – Wicklow Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
About Garfield Community farm
Mission: We seek to learn, teach and practice organic gardening and farming in the places that have been neglected and abandoned in and with the neighborhood of Garfield.