2021 Introductory Class & Workshop Schedule

There is a $50 discount on the Permaculture Design Course for attending an Introductory Class.

Free Introductory Classes

Workshops

Introduction to Permaculture

Monday, May 3rd        7:00 – 8:30 PM

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Are you curious about Permaculture, but not sure what it is all about? Join our teaching team for this free introduction class on Zoom. Learn the basics of how to Design your life and garden for Abundance! The last half hour will be discussion and Q&A.

Introduction to Permaculture

Tuesday, June 8th        7:00 – 8:30 PM

Register on Zoom

Are you curious about Permaculture, but not sure what it is all about? Join our teaching team for this free introduction class on Zoom. Learn the basics of how to Design your life and garden for Abundance! The last half hour will be discussion and Q&A.

Water on the Edge: Practical Strategies from Garden to Forest

Tuesday, March 30, 2021          11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. ~~Online~~

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In the face of climate change, the dilemma of drought, the challenges of wildfire mitigation – what can we do? Join local experts to learn the why and how of storing/harvesting/slowing water in our Ponderosa/Doug Fir/Lodgepole zones to improve plant and animal diversity and reduce the impact of wildfires.

What can you do on your property? What can be done in our surrounding forests? This is an opportunity to listen, ask questions, and recognize opportunities for taking practical steps around our homes, on our land, and in local forests.

 This event is FREE, but please register at Water on the Edge Free Registration to receive the Zoom link or call-in numbers.  After the presentations and Q&A ending at 12:45 p.m. the gathering will remain open for 30 minutes for networking.

 AGENDA

Watersheds: Why Healthy Headwaters Matter

Maya MacHamer – Boulder Watershed Collective https://www.boulderwatershedcollective.com/

 Earthworks: The Push and Pull of Regenerative Landscapes

Avery Ellis – UNITED ECOLOGY   united we grow. https://unitedecology.org/

 Pollinators: What, Why, How?

Joyce Kennedy – People and Pollinators Action Network (PPAN) https://peopleandpollinators.org/

Presentations will be recorded and available for later viewing. Contact Virginia Schultz at arneyschultz@hotmail.com with any questions or for more information. We look forward to working together toward more resilient mountain communities. Sponsored by: Gold Hill Mountain Stewards.

The Food Forest

with Amy Scanes-Wolfe

Virtual Class with Harlequin’s Gardens

Sunday, April 18          10-11:30 am          $20

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Come learn the basics of designing your own food forest–whether you’re dealing with a garden bed or an acre! Learn how to choose plants that support each other, where to plant them, and which perennial food plants thrive in Colorado.