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When: April 13, 2013 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Nelson, BC, Canada


Learn How-to Design an Edible Forest Garden (or Food Forest) Using Permaculture Principles

A forest garden is an integrated system of inter-planted, mutually beneficial trees, shrubs, perennial & annual plants that produces food, medicine, fibre and more. Come learn how to develop a practical strategy for creating more abundance (for yourself, your family, your neighbours and beneficial insects and birds) in any backyard – be it lawn, bush or even damaged land.

A class for all levels. The concepts learned can be adapted to a small urban backyard or to a larger rural acreage. The Forest Garden is carefully designed by using Permaculture principles.

April 13, (9am – 4pm)
Selkirk College Silver King Campus, Nelson, BC

The instructor Gregoire Lamoureux has over 20 years of experience with Forest Garden and 27 years of experience with fruit trees & orcharding. He implemented his first Forest Garden at Spiral Farm in Winlaw, BC in 1993. He also designed an urban Forest Garden near Vancouver 20 years ago. The Forest Garden at Spiral Farm is one of the oldest forest garden in Canada. It already produces a diversity of fruits, berries, nuts, medicinal herbs, perennial vegetables and fibre crops such as basket willows and bamboos.

Tuition fee: $60 (plus tax)

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