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Permaculture class wrap up

jeremiah kidd info

The Permaculture class was great with Jeremiah Kidd teaching us some basic concepts of Permaculture, showed us examples of what can be done in New Mexico, and gave us lists of edible plants and flowers that can be grown here as well. Unfortunately the slide show file is too big to put on this website or we would put it here, so I hope you all took good notes for those of you who attended. We had 35 people sign up for the class and every seat was filled. If you’d like a consultation please contact Jeremiah Kidd at the information above.

Permaculture class this Sunday, May 31, 2015

permaorchardCLASS REMINDER!!

Sun. May 31, 2015
Permaculture class
Permaculture for the Home Gardener, Increasing yields while reducing work!
Time: 12 pm —2 pm
Instructor: Jeremiah Kidd
Location: 3229 Rodeo Road (Rodeo Grounds/Large Annex building Master Gardener classroom) CLASS IS NOW FULL

Jeremiah will talk about Permaculture and cover perennials and guilds and unusual plants in the edible landscape.

HERE ARE the 2 HANDOUTS FOR THE CLASS THAT HE WILL TALK ABOUT:

WHAT IS PERMACULTURE?

ESSENCE OF PERMACULTURE

Jeremiah Kidd, owner of San Isidro Permaculture, has extensive expertise in the design and development of highly productive and beautiful edible landscapes. His edible landscapes incorporate edible annuals, herbs, flowers, medicinals and vegetables as well as perennials, shrubs and trees.

$5.00 donation suggested.

 Become a 2015 Member for only $35 – includes all classes and tour. TAX DEDUCTIBLE!