Instructor: Kaesha Neil $15 Suggested Donation (cash or check to the Phoenix Permaculture Guild ~ a 501C3 non-profit Education Organization) This class is highly informative and valuable. Explore traditional techniques of preserving excess produce and meats including dehydration, pickling (lactic acid fermentation), oil/fat, salt/sugar, and cold storage. There are several other ways to store and save food other than canning and freezing.Expand your resources and reserve with easy and historic…See More
I'm scheduled to be there today, but my childcare fell through. I would need to bring my 8 year old with me for the first half of the day. My husband can pick him up about 12:30. Would that work out? He's enthusiastic about…"
Requested Donation: $10all funds support the Phoenix Permaculture GuildWe will be removing old vegetation from the 6 herb spirals here in the Wilson Gardens then amending and adding soil and compost followed by replanting to include both seeds and transplants of lettuce, spinach, swiss chard, carrots, beets and other root crops.Participants should bring gloves, a hat and water bottles (they can be refilled).Lunch will be provided on the deck.Limited to 8 participants, RSVP is required.This…See More
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Thanks for freinding me...not sure exactly how it works but looks like I will get some experience.
I am working on a PC for kids hands on day making seed balls to spread Milkweed seeds for the Monarch Butterfly group. More as I get it figred out.
Welcome! Looks like you are working with Permaculture Dan (read your blog) I have had the pleasure of meeting Dan a couple of times now. Got to visit one of his projects up near N. Scottsdale. Pretty amazing stuff, magical even!