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Resilient Roots
Resilient Roots
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1445 North Rd, North Yarmouth, ME, US
Climate zone:
Cold Temperate

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Resilient Roots

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Residential, Community, Demonstration, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Permaculture Demonstration Farm,Education in house and within our Communities, Design, Consult and Implementation,Perennial Nursery and Mycology

Project Description

Empowering communities with skill sets needed to positively respond to environmental, social and personal change through hands on Permaculture driven education. We are dedicated to fostering resilient human habitats while rejuvenating local ecosystems.

Founded in 2012, Resilient Roots is a Permaculture Education Collective in Southern Maine. We are teachers, designers, implementers and community organizers within the Maine Permaculture community. For several years, the founders of Resilient Roots have independently hosted workshops and events at local schools, universities, garden clubs, food festivals, adult ed., summer camps, community gardens, urban and suburban homes, and local businesses. 

In 2013, we are..

Breaking ground on a working Permaculture design based Demonstration Farm in North Yarmouth, Maine. 
We will offer heirloom produce, wild harvested and culinary mushrooms, and Edible and Medicinal Perennials at our Farm Stand as well as Farmers Markets.
Resilient Roots currently holds workshops in the Southern Maine area. Please visit our Workshop schedule for more information.


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David Homa - Co founder Gretchen Voight - Co founder
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