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Permaculture Freeschool Thursdays

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Last Thursday, the freeschool group that meets on the ground floor of the University Center nearly every Thursday evening launched into its permaculture-oriented phase, as we started discussing Chapter 1 of Sepp Holzer's Permaculture book. Our initial plan had been to go through around a chapter each week, but due to the density of the material and the length of the chapters, we decided that we'll need to spend at least another week (maybe more) before we'll be ready to say we're finished with Chapter 1, so...

Next Thursday, the plan is to have another fairly informal discussion group, loosely themed around some of the topics in chapter 1 of the Sepp Holzer book. Anyone with an interest is welcome to come, regardless of whether or not you've read any of the book. It does help if more people are familiar with the topic being talked about, but we don't want to turn anyone away if they haven't had a chance to study it, and due to the informal nature of the gatherings, we often wander into talking about other subjects that are only semi-related. That's the nature of this freeschool, and those who attend either like it, or those that don't stop showing up.

If anyone wants to come and participate, we'll be meeting next Thursday on the ground floor of the University Center, and would welcome any newcomers. Northern section of the building, between Just Chillin and the University bookstore, out in the middle area where there the tables and chairs are located. We begin at roughly 5:30pm.
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