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Purchase tickets in advance for $10 https://bit.ly/2TWBhNV The Local Good began the Edmonton Resilience Festival in 2015. Now hosted by the Edmonton Permaculture Guild, the festival has become a highly anticipated event and has brought together innumerable movers and shakers in this city. On March 6th, these two organizations are teaming up to celebrate the launch of Edmonton’s 5th annual Resilience Festival taking place April 27 at Waldorf Independent school. Meet the workshop hosts, conversation facilitators, and volunteers who contribute…Find out more »
Come visit with us at Seedy Saturday in Sherwood Park! Join us for a day of learning about everything related to gardening, purchase seeds for the up coming season, sit in on free information talks, and participate in the seed, book, pot and plant swaps. Swap table acceptable items. seeds, plants, garden books, garden magazines, cook books, pots/containers, also welcome any other gardening related items that are clean and in good repair such as tomato cages, stakes, row labels, and…Find out more »
Please Join Edmonton Permaculture for a full day Introduction to Permaculture! Hear from Marsha Shack and Melissa Wilk from Win EcoSciences, and Kazimir Haykowsky from Spruce Permaculture covering a range of topics related to the wonderful world of permaculture. Learn about the principles of permaculture, functional interconnectivity, basic design techniques, social permaculture, and ideas for your property! The Details: This event will run from 9:30am to 4:00pm at Grant MacEwan University. Sponsored by Grant MacEwan's Office of Sustainability. Registration begins…Find out more »
Come visit with us at our table! Edmonton Seedy Sunday is a seed exchange and sale. We acknowledge that the land on which we will gather is Indigenous territory and has been stewarded by the Cree, Blackfoot, Anishinaabe, Nakota Sioux, and Dene Peoples since time immemorial. Today, all residents of Treaty 6 territory have rights and responsibilities as treaty people to uphold the treaty relationship. Edmonton Seedy Sunday's mandate is to: ~ Promote seed saving and sharing ~ Support the…Find out more »
Join the Edmonton permaculture community to share physical and social needs and yields of individuals and organizations. Gather all Edmonton Permaculturalists! We invite you to Ritchie Hall on April 7th come share your interest in all things permaculture over food and community forum. New to permaculture? Come learn what it’s all about from some of the most knowledgeable organizations and individuals in the city. Seasoned permie? Come share what you’re working on and utilize the power of community to take…Find out more »