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"From Seed to Table" - A Practical Permaculture food Production Course 23-30 September 2018

Project: La Loma Viva Permaculture Project

Posted by Karen de Vries 3 months ago

23-30 September 2018

Join us for an exciting journey that takes you through the whole cycle of sustainably growing your own food. 
 
We begin with how to save our own seeds, to creating fertile growing spaces and and move all the way through to planting, harvesting and food preservation. The course will be a blend of theory and practice - and we will definitely be outside with our hands in the earth and eating delicious seasonal food!
 
In this course we will learn how to grow our own nutritious, organic food in a way that also connects us to nature and regenerates our local ecosystem  - promoting the health of both people and planet. We will explore the ways that even a small act, like growing some of our own food, can be life-supporting and powerfully positive for our own well-being and for all living systems. You will be encouraged by what can happen when we begin to shift from consumers to producers, becoming more self-reliant and resilient in a rapidly changing and uncertain world.

We guarantee a stimulating, informative and fun workshop that will provide you with the tools, inspiration and confidence to create a productive seed to table system. 

More details on the website here: 

Topics will include:

  • Basic seed saving theory and practice- saving money and protecting seed diversity by creating living seed banks
  • Planning and implementing a vegetable garden 
  • Using companion plants to create a thriving mini ecosystem
  • Natural methods to increase soil fertility 
  • Planning your seasonal food production needs - using spreadsheets and garden calendars
  • Propagating and reproducing plants from cuttings - creating a small nursery
  • Food harvesting 
  • Creating delicious seasonal meals from the garden  
  • Preserving food - enjoying your amazing home grown products all year round
  • Using the learning from the course to create a home business 

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