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James River crude oil spill happened on 4/31/2014- DON'T DRINK THE TAPWATER

Thu, 05/01/2014 - 09:09
richmond, va, is needing a good laugh about now- last night we found out some CSX trains in Lynchberg derailed and dumped 50,000+ gallons of crude oil down the James River, which is a huge water supply for cities all downstream. (not to forget all the wildlife on the river who are being poisoned or were burned to death when the river caught fire)

If you live around the James River, please be careful drinking any water. Well water should be okay, but anything from the tap has oil residue in it, so just drink bottled water or well-filtered rain water. here's an article to share:

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2014/04/30/3432820/train-derailment-lynchburg/

http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/state-regional/train-carrying-crude-oil-derails-in-downtown-lynchburg/article_ca91041c-d096-11e3-ae9b-0017a43b2370.html

please let your friends in VA//Appalachian//Piedmont region know about this if they haven't already heard. thanks-

-jude

James River crude oil spill happened on 4/31/2014- DON'T DRINK THE TAPWATER

Thu, 05/01/2014 - 09:09
richmond, va, is needing a good laugh about now- last night we found out some CSX trains in Lynchberg derailed and dumped 50,000+ gallons of crude oil down the James River, which is a huge water supply for cities all downstream. (not to forget all the wildlife on the river who are being poisoned or were burned to death when the river caught fire)

If you live around the James River, please be careful drinking any water. Well water should be okay, but anything from the tap has oil residue in it, so just drink bottled water or well-filtered rain water. here's an article to share:

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2014/04/30/3432820/train-derailment-lynchburg/

http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/state-regional/train-carrying-crude-oil-derails-in-downtown-lynchburg/article_ca91041c-d096-11e3-ae9b-0017a43b2370.html

please let your friends in VA//Appalachian//Piedmont region know about this if they haven't already heard. thanks-

-jude

Permaculture Design Certificate Course in Hot Springs, NC

Mon, 04/28/2014 - 11:19
Permaculture Design Certificate Course: Designing Cultural Ecosystems
Earn your internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification during this 13 day residential course that integrates real-world design, homestead skill building and deep nature connection.
Offered by Spiral Ridge Permaculture Click on Spiral Ridge PDCfor more details.
Lead Instructor, Cliff Davis with Jennifer Albanese, Jessie Smith, Jason Hurd, Goodheart Brown, Phillip Kendall & David Kendall.

We need to change our inner landscapes. The culture of our minds. We need vision. We need a positive, solution focused mindset. We need to be inspired and we need to take action. We need to regenerate and heal our landscapes, our personal lives, our relationship with nature and our culture & communities. We need resiliency training. We need to learn how to connect with nature so we may learn how to mimic it in the design of our present and future. That’s what this course is all about.

For 13 days you will be immersing yourself in an intensive, educational retreat. Take time out of your life to stay on a beautiful farm along the Appalachian Trail, learning tools, guiding principles, and strategies to create lush productive landscapes, reduce your energy use, and create more stability and security for you and your loved ones. You will create a village, and find community with a group of caring individuals sharing the knowledge and enthusiasm that come from joining forces and focusing on solutions. All levels are welcome. Whether you are new to these ideas and wondering where this path will take you or if you have been in an a related field and need new inspiration.



Our program contains the internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course curriculum, but we are ready to give you even more value. You will receive all of the benefits of attending a typical PDC, but you will also get…

→Over 100+ hours of instruction; live stream talks, lectures, slideshows, site tours, exercises, games, facilitated group discussions and more.
→Field trips to sites incorporating permaculture practices.
→Hands-on skill building classes with practical exercises and implementations.
→An opportunity to learn from professional designers, farmers, homesteaders & community organizers that are actively putting the design process to work, not just teaching about it.
→In depth study and utilization of the Ecological Design Process. Most Permaculture Design Courses do not teach the Ecological Design Process. This professional process will give you a step by step approach to applying the principles of permaculture. Knowing this process will give you greater confidence to move forward with a design. You will be taught how to create holistic goals, read the landscape and use the scale of permanence to organize data and develop a design to meet those goals. Time to work in teams to experience the design process from beginning to end, presenting to the rest of the class at the conclusion of this course.
→A class entitled, Graphic Tools for Permaculture Design Drawings. Skills to be acquired: Plan graphic methods for representing: landform and topography, rock, water, vegetation, structures, roads and pathways, general use areas, property/utility lines and other linear representations, abstract diagrammatic methods for site analysis, labeling systems, title block, use of scale. A personal set of tools to be provided as part of overall fees) will include: lead and color pencils, felt tip black pens and markers. Other tools will be demonstrated.
→Plenty of time for questions, discussions, and individualized attention from the instructors to dive deeper into a topic or discuss personal projects you are working on.
→Teaching that is catered to all levels of experience. Beginning students will find the course gives them a comprehensive understanding of permaculture and how to apply it and the inspiration and resources to take it further, while advanced permaculture students and certificate holders come away with a more in depth understanding of the ecological design process, deep nature connection, advanced strategies, and more.
→A curriculum that is designed as an ecosystem, in and of, itself. We incorporate the scale of permanence to organize class schedules. The 8 Shields model dictates our daily rhythms. We integrate different learning modalities to appeal to the different types of learners. Design practice throughout the whole course, rather than just at the end, to build skills and confidence as well as learn to cooperate in teams.
→Introduced to complimentary practices, such as Holistic Management, whole farm planning, Keyline and Broadscale Design and the 8 Shields Model.
→Nature Connection – Time for the core routines of deep nature connection as taught in Jon Young’s work in the Art of Mentoring.
→People Connection – social gatherings in the evenings with story and music.
→Full immersion for 13 days. We have found that shorter PDC’s leave the students short changed. We like to take our time covering the material, with plenty of time for hand-on activities, group process and design, community building and fun. We have also found that some down time facilitates a better learning environment.
→Fully catered meals (omnivorous OR vegetarian, with gluten free options) so you may focus on your time on course activities.
→Camping facilities on a beautiful mountain farm
→A complimentary Spiral Ridge Permaculture T-shirt at graduation
→Discounts on future courses and the possibility of earning credit or cash by referring others to our future PDC’s.

Permaculture Design Certificate Course in Hot Springs, NC

Mon, 04/28/2014 - 11:19
Permaculture Design Certificate Course: Designing Cultural Ecosystems
Earn your internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification during this 13 day residential course that integrates real-world design, homestead skill building and deep nature connection.
Offered by Spiral Ridge Permaculture Click on Spiral Ridge PDCfor more details.
Lead Instructor, Cliff Davis with Jennifer Albanese, Jessie Smith, Jason Hurd, Goodheart Brown, Phillip Kendall & David Kendall.

We need to change our inner landscapes. The culture of our minds. We need vision. We need a positive, solution focused mindset. We need to be inspired and we need to take action. We need to regenerate and heal our landscapes, our personal lives, our relationship with nature and our culture & communities. We need resiliency training. We need to learn how to connect with nature so we may learn how to mimic it in the design of our present and future. That’s what this course is all about.

For 13 days you will be immersing yourself in an intensive, educational retreat. Take time out of your life to stay on a beautiful farm along the Appalachian Trail, learning tools, guiding principles, and strategies to create lush productive landscapes, reduce your energy use, and create more stability and security for you and your loved ones. You will create a village, and find community with a group of caring individuals sharing the knowledge and enthusiasm that come from joining forces and focusing on solutions. All levels are welcome. Whether you are new to these ideas and wondering where this path will take you or if you have been in an a related field and need new inspiration.



Our program contains the internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course curriculum, but we are ready to give you even more value. You will receive all of the benefits of attending a typical PDC, but you will also get…

→Over 100+ hours of instruction; live stream talks, lectures, slideshows, site tours, exercises, games, facilitated group discussions and more.
→Field trips to sites incorporating permaculture practices.
→Hands-on skill building classes with practical exercises and implementations.
→An opportunity to learn from professional designers, farmers, homesteaders & community organizers that are actively putting the design process to work, not just teaching about it.
→In depth study and utilization of the Ecological Design Process. Most Permaculture Design Courses do not teach the Ecological Design Process. This professional process will give you a step by step approach to applying the principles of permaculture. Knowing this process will give you greater confidence to move forward with a design. You will be taught how to create holistic goals, read the landscape and use the scale of permanence to organize data and develop a design to meet those goals. Time to work in teams to experience the design process from beginning to end, presenting to the rest of the class at the conclusion of this course.
→A class entitled, Graphic Tools for Permaculture Design Drawings. Skills to be acquired: Plan graphic methods for representing: landform and topography, rock, water, vegetation, structures, roads and pathways, general use areas, property/utility lines and other linear representations, abstract diagrammatic methods for site analysis, labeling systems, title block, use of scale. A personal set of tools to be provided as part of overall fees) will include: lead and color pencils, felt tip black pens and markers. Other tools will be demonstrated.
→Plenty of time for questions, discussions, and individualized attention from the instructors to dive deeper into a topic or discuss personal projects you are working on.
→Teaching that is catered to all levels of experience. Beginning students will find the course gives them a comprehensive understanding of permaculture and how to apply it and the inspiration and resources to take it further, while advanced permaculture students and certificate holders come away with a more in depth understanding of the ecological design process, deep nature connection, advanced strategies, and more.
→A curriculum that is designed as an ecosystem, in and of, itself. We incorporate the scale of permanence to organize class schedules. The 8 Shields model dictates our daily rhythms. We integrate different learning modalities to appeal to the different types of learners. Design practice throughout the whole course, rather than just at the end, to build skills and confidence as well as learn to cooperate in teams.
→Introduced to complimentary practices, such as Holistic Management, whole farm planning, Keyline and Broadscale Design and the 8 Shields Model.
→Nature Connection – Time for the core routines of deep nature connection as taught in Jon Young’s work in the Art of Mentoring.
→People Connection – social gatherings in the evenings with story and music.
→Full immersion for 13 days. We have found that shorter PDC’s leave the students short changed. We like to take our time covering the material, with plenty of time for hand-on activities, group process and design, community building and fun. We have also found that some down time facilitates a better learning environment.
→Fully catered meals (omnivorous OR vegetarian, with gluten free options) so you may focus on your time on course activities.
→Camping facilities on a beautiful mountain farm
→A complimentary Spiral Ridge Permaculture T-shirt at graduation
→Discounts on future courses and the possibility of earning credit or cash by referring others to our future PDC’s.

Permaculture Design Certificate Course in Hot Springs, NC

Mon, 04/28/2014 - 11:19
Permaculture Design Certificate Course: Designing Cultural Ecosystems
Earn your internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certification during this 13 day residential course that integrates real-world design, homestead skill building and deep nature connection.
Offered by Spiral Ridge Permaculture Click on Spiral Ridge PDCfor more details.
Lead Instructor, Cliff Davis with Jennifer Albanese, Jessie Smith, Jason Hurd, Goodheart Brown, Phillip Kendall & David Kendall.

We need to change our inner landscapes. The culture of our minds. We need vision. We need a positive, solution focused mindset. We need to be inspired and we need to take action. We need to regenerate and heal our landscapes, our personal lives, our relationship with nature and our culture & communities. We need resiliency training. We need to learn how to connect with nature so we may learn how to mimic it in the design of our present and future. That’s what this course is all about.

For 13 days you will be immersing yourself in an intensive, educational retreat. Take time out of your life to stay on a beautiful farm along the Appalachian Trail, learning tools, guiding principles, and strategies to create lush productive landscapes, reduce your energy use, and create more stability and security for you and your loved ones. You will create a village, and find community with a group of caring individuals sharing the knowledge and enthusiasm that come from joining forces and focusing on solutions. All levels are welcome. Whether you are new to these ideas and wondering where this path will take you or if you have been in an a related field and need new inspiration.



Our program contains the internationally recognized 72 hour Permaculture Design Certificate Course curriculum, but we are ready to give you even more value. You will receive all of the benefits of attending a typical PDC, but you will also get…

→Over 100+ hours of instruction; live stream talks, lectures, slideshows, site tours, exercises, games, facilitated group discussions and more.
→Field trips to sites incorporating permaculture practices.
→Hands-on skill building classes with practical exercises and implementations.
→An opportunity to learn from professional designers, farmers, homesteaders & community organizers that are actively putting the design process to work, not just teaching about it.
→In depth study and utilization of the Ecological Design Process. Most Permaculture Design Courses do not teach the Ecological Design Process. This professional process will give you a step by step approach to applying the principles of permaculture. Knowing this process will give you greater confidence to move forward with a design. You will be taught how to create holistic goals, read the landscape and use the scale of permanence to organize data and develop a design to meet those goals. Time to work in teams to experience the design process from beginning to end, presenting to the rest of the class at the conclusion of this course.
→A class entitled, Graphic Tools for Permaculture Design Drawings. Skills to be acquired: Plan graphic methods for representing: landform and topography, rock, water, vegetation, structures, roads and pathways, general use areas, property/utility lines and other linear representations, abstract diagrammatic methods for site analysis, labeling systems, title block, use of scale. A personal set of tools to be provided as part of overall fees) will include: lead and color pencils, felt tip black pens and markers. Other tools will be demonstrated.
→Plenty of time for questions, discussions, and individualized attention from the instructors to dive deeper into a topic or discuss personal projects you are working on.
→Teaching that is catered to all levels of experience. Beginning students will find the course gives them a comprehensive understanding of permaculture and how to apply it and the inspiration and resources to take it further, while advanced permaculture students and certificate holders come away with a more in depth understanding of the ecological design process, deep nature connection, advanced strategies, and more.
→A curriculum that is designed as an ecosystem, in and of, itself. We incorporate the scale of permanence to organize class schedules. The 8 Shields model dictates our daily rhythms. We integrate different learning modalities to appeal to the different types of learners. Design practice throughout the whole course, rather than just at the end, to build skills and confidence as well as learn to cooperate in teams.
→Introduced to complimentary practices, such as Holistic Management, whole farm planning, Keyline and Broadscale Design and the 8 Shields Model.
→Nature Connection – Time for the core routines of deep nature connection as taught in Jon Young’s work in the Art of Mentoring.
→People Connection – social gatherings in the evenings with story and music.
→Full immersion for 13 days. We have found that shorter PDC’s leave the students short changed. We like to take our time covering the material, with plenty of time for hand-on activities, group process and design, community building and fun. We have also found that some down time facilitates a better learning environment.
→Fully catered meals (omnivorous OR vegetarian, with gluten free options) so you may focus on your time on course activities.
→Camping facilities on a beautiful mountain farm
→A complimentary Spiral Ridge Permaculture T-shirt at graduation
→Discounts on future courses and the possibility of earning credit or cash by referring others to our future PDC’s.

Field to Fork Festival - Paint Lick, KY

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 19:08
The date (May 10th) for the Field to Fork Festival in Paint Lick Kentucky, near Berea, is quickly approaching.

http://fieldtoforkfestival.blogspot.com/

Field to Fork Festival - Paint Lick, KY

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 19:08
The date (May 10th) for the Field to Fork Festival in Paint Lick Kentucky, near Berea, is quickly approaching.

http://fieldtoforkfestival.blogspot.com/

Field to Fork Festival - Paint Lick, KY

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 19:08
The date (May 10th) for the Field to Fork Festival in Paint Lick Kentucky, near Berea, is quickly approaching.

http://fieldtoforkfestival.blogspot.com/

Perma Ethos Charleston WV

Wed, 03/26/2014 - 21:36
Jack Spirko's project Perma Ethos is on track to be carried out at Elijah Springs Farm 35 miles from Charleston, WV.
Jack has asked his listening audience for help in determining local pricing for items such as pastured beef, pastured pork, pastured/free range poultry, free range eggs, organic and beyond organic produce, and organic dairy products (except milk which is illegal to sell and could land you in jail in the state where Mountaineers are always free).

Anyone in the Charleston area currently purchasing any of these products from local farms, co-ops, csa's please posts some prices per pound/ounce/dozen/quart/etc...

Perma Ethos Charleston WV

Wed, 03/26/2014 - 21:36
Jack Spirko's project Perma Ethos is on track to be carried out at Elijah Springs Farm 35 miles from Charleston, WV.
Jack has asked his listening audience for help in determining local pricing for items such as pastured beef, pastured pork, pastured/free range poultry, free range eggs, organic and beyond organic produce, and organic dairy products (except milk which is illegal to sell and could land you in jail in the state where Mountaineers are always free).

Anyone in the Charleston area currently purchasing any of these products from local farms, co-ops, csa's please posts some prices per pound/ounce/dozen/quart/etc...

Perma Ethos Charleston WV

Wed, 03/26/2014 - 21:36
Jack Spirko's project Perma Ethos is on track to be carried out at Elijah Springs Farm 35 miles from Charleston, WV.
Jack has asked his listening audience for help in determining local pricing for items such as pastured beef, pastured pork, pastured/free range poultry, free range eggs, organic and beyond organic produce, and organic dairy products (except milk which is illegal to sell and could land you in jail in the state where Mountaineers are always free).

Anyone in the Charleston area currently purchasing any of these products from local farms, co-ops, csa's please posts some prices per pound/ounce/dozen/quart/etc...

Wild Kentucky in Somerset April 19

Fri, 03/21/2014 - 18:08
Wanna learn more about harvesting wild food, foraging, and fermentation? Join us at Wild Fest on April 19 at Cedar Creek Vineyards in Somerset for a day of workshops and a keynote by Sandor Ellix Katz.

Workshops by Doug Elliott,
Rough Draft Farmstead,
Reclaiming Your Roots,
Kentucky Heartwood,
Kentucky Forager,
Jereme Zimmerman, and more...

Early bird ticket sales end April 1.

Use coupon code SUSTAIN15 to get 15% off your tickets this weekend!

http://wildfestky.com/index.php/buy-tickets/

Wild Kentucky in Somerset April 19

Fri, 03/21/2014 - 18:08
Wanna learn more about harvesting wild food, foraging, and fermentation? Join us at Wild Fest on April 19 at Cedar Creek Vineyards in Somerset for a day of workshops and a keynote by Sandor Ellix Katz.

Workshops by Doug Elliott,
Rough Draft Farmstead,
Reclaiming Your Roots,
Kentucky Heartwood,
Kentucky Forager,
Jereme Zimmerman, and more...

Early bird ticket sales end April 1.

Use coupon code SUSTAIN15 to get 15% off your tickets this weekend!

http://wildfestky.com/index.php/buy-tickets/

Wild Kentucky in Somerset April 19

Fri, 03/21/2014 - 18:08
Wanna learn more about harvesting wild food, foraging, and fermentation? Join us at Wild Fest on April 19 at Cedar Creek Vineyards in Somerset for a day of workshops and a keynote by Sandor Ellix Katz.

Workshops by Doug Elliott,
Rough Draft Farmstead,
Reclaiming Your Roots,
Kentucky Heartwood,
Kentucky Forager,
Jereme Zimmerman, and more...

Early bird ticket sales end April 1.

Use coupon code SUSTAIN15 to get 15% off your tickets this weekend!

http://wildfestky.com/index.php/buy-tickets/

[Wise Water School] in Asheville, NC this summer! With Brad Lancaster, Lonny Grafman, & more

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 13:52
Greetings Permies! We welcome all you water lovers to join us this summer for the Wise Water School in Asheville, NC. Ashevillage Institute is teaming up with Brad Lancaster of Rainwater Harvesting and Lonny Grafman of Appropedia, PLUS other global water leaders. Registration is open! See www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details.

Learn with water systems practitioners, designers, and leaders. Take a deep dive into designing and implementing regenerative, community-oriented water projects of your own. 195 certified program hours. Wise Water School Certification included.

June 29 to July 24, 2014, plus 11 monthly follow up calls Asheville, NC, USA. Lodging included at the Ashevillage Sanctuary.

TOPICS & TECHNIQUES
The WWS curriculum builds skills in leadership, strategy, capacity and design, as well as hands-on skills to empower our students greatest potential as water champions. Topics and techniques are based on water design solutions and strategies for homes, neighborhoods, communities, villages & cities. You will learn:

> Replicable, on-the-ground community models from around the world
> Strategies to scale project design & development from micro to macro
> Building & maintaining partnerships & teams for project success
> Effective tools & tips for community organizing & collaboration
> Project capacity, resource & time assessment & management
> How to design & manage systems for droughts & floods
> Water retention landscapes:
- Earthworks for ponds, swales & berms
- Ecological benefits & food production
> Appropriate technologies:
- Capturing, cleaning & utilizing rainwater
- Irrigation & watering in food systems
- Greywater & bio-filtration systems
- Barrel & cistern systems
- Aquaponics basics

Students will: 1) learn from and work with experienced practitioners, 2) deepen their understanding of water systems in multiple scenarios, 3) gain a national peer network that will provide ongoing support, and 4) design real projects to implement in their own communities.

Visit www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details!

[Wise Water School] in Asheville, NC this summer! With Brad Lancaster, Lonny Grafman, & more

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 13:52
Greetings Permies! We welcome all you water lovers to join us this summer for the Wise Water School in Asheville, NC. Ashevillage Institute is teaming up with Brad Lancaster of Rainwater Harvesting and Lonny Grafman of Appropedia, PLUS other global water leaders. Registration is open! See www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details.

Learn with water systems practitioners, designers, and leaders. Take a deep dive into designing and implementing regenerative, community-oriented water projects of your own. 195 certified program hours. Wise Water School Certification included.

June 29 to July 24, 2014, plus 11 monthly follow up calls Asheville, NC, USA. Lodging included at the Ashevillage Sanctuary.

TOPICS & TECHNIQUES
The WWS curriculum builds skills in leadership, strategy, capacity and design, as well as hands-on skills to empower our students greatest potential as water champions. Topics and techniques are based on water design solutions and strategies for homes, neighborhoods, communities, villages & cities. You will learn:

> Replicable, on-the-ground community models from around the world
> Strategies to scale project design & development from micro to macro
> Building & maintaining partnerships & teams for project success
> Effective tools & tips for community organizing & collaboration
> Project capacity, resource & time assessment & management
> How to design & manage systems for droughts & floods
> Water retention landscapes:
- Earthworks for ponds, swales & berms
- Ecological benefits & food production
> Appropriate technologies:
- Capturing, cleaning & utilizing rainwater
- Irrigation & watering in food systems
- Greywater & bio-filtration systems
- Barrel & cistern systems
- Aquaponics basics

Students will: 1) learn from and work with experienced practitioners, 2) deepen their understanding of water systems in multiple scenarios, 3) gain a national peer network that will provide ongoing support, and 4) design real projects to implement in their own communities.

Visit www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details!

[Wise Water School] in Asheville, NC this summer! With Brad Lancaster, Lonny Grafman, & more

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 13:52
Greetings Permies! We welcome all you water lovers to join us this summer for the Wise Water School in Asheville, NC. Ashevillage Institute is teaming up with Brad Lancaster of Rainwater Harvesting and Lonny Grafman of Appropedia, PLUS other global water leaders. Registration is open! See www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details.

Learn with water systems practitioners, designers, and leaders. Take a deep dive into designing and implementing regenerative, community-oriented water projects of your own. 195 certified program hours. Wise Water School Certification included.

June 29 to July 24, 2014, plus 11 monthly follow up calls Asheville, NC, USA. Lodging included at the Ashevillage Sanctuary.

TOPICS & TECHNIQUES
The WWS curriculum builds skills in leadership, strategy, capacity and design, as well as hands-on skills to empower our students greatest potential as water champions. Topics and techniques are based on water design solutions and strategies for homes, neighborhoods, communities, villages & cities. You will learn:

> Replicable, on-the-ground community models from around the world
> Strategies to scale project design & development from micro to macro
> Building & maintaining partnerships & teams for project success
> Effective tools & tips for community organizing & collaboration
> Project capacity, resource & time assessment & management
> How to design & manage systems for droughts & floods
> Water retention landscapes:
- Earthworks for ponds, swales & berms
- Ecological benefits & food production
> Appropriate technologies:
- Capturing, cleaning & utilizing rainwater
- Irrigation & watering in food systems
- Greywater & bio-filtration systems
- Barrel & cistern systems
- Aquaponics basics

Students will: 1) learn from and work with experienced practitioners, 2) deepen their understanding of water systems in multiple scenarios, 3) gain a national peer network that will provide ongoing support, and 4) design real projects to implement in their own communities.

Visit www.ashevillage.org/wise-water-school for details!

Plant Swap at Halcombs Knob in Kentucky

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 03:48
Here's a link with all the information! https://www.facebook.com/events/1434636950108619/ It will be Saturday, April 12 from 10 am to 1 pm. People can buy, sell, or trade plants, seeds, tools, supplies, houseplants, etc. The address and more information are on the link.

Plant Swap at Halcombs Knob in Kentucky

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 03:48
Here's a link with all the information! https://www.facebook.com/events/1434636950108619/ It will be Saturday, April 12 from 10 am to 1 pm. People can buy, sell, or trade plants, seeds, tools, supplies, houseplants, etc. The address and more information are on the link.

Plant Swap at Halcombs Knob in Kentucky

Thu, 03/20/2014 - 03:48
Here's a link with all the information! https://www.facebook.com/events/1434636950108619/ It will be Saturday, April 12 from 10 am to 1 pm. People can buy, sell, or trade plants, seeds, tools, supplies, houseplants, etc. The address and more information are on the link.

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