Parkland Permaculture
Parkland Permaculture
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Box 141 2 Mountain Avenue, Kelwood, Manitoba, CA
(204) 967-2739
Climate zone:
Cold Temperate

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Parkland Permaculture

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Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Parkland Permaculture is a permaculture group that meets monthly in Kelwood, Manitoba, and serves the area around Manitoba's Riding Mountain National Park.

Project Description

Parkland Permaculture seeks to apply Permaculture design principles and support to members and landscapes surrounding Riding Mountain National Park. 

Initiatives include coordinated seed saving and a distributed seed bank, nursery stock, and scion wood for grafting.

Community/member support in the form of education,  "permablitzes" and an emerging local economy also form a core of Parkland Permaculture's mandate. 


Solar Kiln Update

Posted over 3 years ago (2 comments)

Solar Kiln Update

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On Mulching with Spruce Cones

Posted over 3 years ago (2 comments)

Parkland Permaculture's First Blitz...Momentum!

A small group of Parkland Permaculture members brave the cold to erect a portable chicken coop and build Warre beehives. Fabulous potluck follows.

Posted about 4 years ago (2 comments)

Parkland Permaculture meeting on Wednesday, February 4th, @ 7:30pm

Parkland Permaculture's monthly meeting will be held this Wednesday, February 4th, in Kelwood, MB. On the agenda is a seed sort from this year's bulk order, as well as planning 2015's first permablitz (portable chicken coop and Warre bee hives!)

Posted over 4 years ago (0 comments)
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