Learn about creating sustainable human habitats! If you’re concerned about peak oil, climate change, economic descent, or just want to give Mother Earth a helping hand, please join the Sierra Permaculture Guild at our next public meeting.
For the month of April, we have two exciting speakers lined up!
Local permaculturist Aaron will show us how to build simple, low-cost biogas digesters for home methane production used for cooking
Jan Spencer from Eugene, Oregon will present a slideshow on Transition Town initiatives and permaculture sites he’s visited along the west coast from Bellingham, WA to Chico, CA. Please bring photos of what you’re doing at home or work: grass to garden, solar, water, green building, greywater, cooperative projects with others, etc. to share!
Always free and open to the public — donations gratefully accepted.
Anyone interested in permaculture, sustainable design, ecological agriculture, peak oil, relocalization and related topics is encouraged to attend and participate. Bring your questions, ideas, stories, and visions of how permaculture can help us bridge the transition as we co-create sustainable homesteads, communities and livelihoods.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
2:30pm gathering & networking
3:00pm meeting start/presentations
at Willow Springs
29085 State Highway 49
North San Juan, CA 95960
Site phone: (530) 292-3463
Seating is limited. Please bring a mat, pillow, or folding chair to sit on.
For Sierra Permaculture Guild information, please contact Paul Racko at (530)292-3031 – firstname.lastname@example.org – http://sierrapermaculture.org