Warm up with an inspiring morning for relaxed permaculture stories, examples, and conversation.
Registration coming soon
The physical layout of your business, home, and garden can be wind at your back or wind in your face. Structures, driveways, water, fences, wildlife…your site is a puzzle. You, your community, and your land have unique qualities. There are helpful themes and patterns in nature. Your site design can blend your goals, gifts, and values with nature’s patterns to benefit you, your community, and the Earth. Good design is fun, inexpensive, functional and empowering. This workshop will introduce permaculture site design as a useful framework for making observations and plans. We’ll share helpful tools, examples, stories in an inclusive and uplifting session of peer-to-peer learning.
Bring snacks and water bottle. Dress to be comfortable indoors and outdoors. Most folks prefer a way to make notes.
Greg works with an incredible team to care for Pearlstone’s abundant 180 acres of forests, meadows, streams, agricultural fields, and beautiful facilities. Prior to joining Pearlstone in 2015, he helped lead the founding and development of Great Kids Farm – a 33-acre farm-based education campus for students of the 196 Baltimore City Public Schools. Greg has also served on the boards of several organizations including the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture and Future Harvest, and Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture. As an artist by training Greg has more than 20 years of design, sustainable agriculture and site development experience across a diverse mosaic of communities and conditions in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Questions? Contact Greg Strella: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a Permaculture Weekend in April for a deeper dive into these topics.
We also offer a 2-week residential Permaculture Design Certificate course