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Veganic forest gardening-permaculture campout weekend 45 mins south of Montreal w the Living Centre

 
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I have just moved to a nice 4.5 acre farm 45 minutes south of Montreal and I am hosting a veganc forest gardening-permaculture campout weekend with Shantree and Lorenna Kacera fom the Living Centre who have 30 years experience.The cost is $350 (bring a friend for $50 off) which includes vegan meals prepared by a pro vegan chef,a 175 page e-manuel and camping in the yard or house.http://www.thelivingcentre.com/cms/forest-gardening-quebec We need to have enough people registered by Friday to make it happen.This will be a fantastic even not to be missed!!Contact the Living Centre to register or me for info on accomodation etc.
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Jude, welcome to permies! I am interested. What is your plan? I have 10 forested acres that I am slowly working on so I am always looking to see what others are doing.
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Jude, welcome to permies! I am interested. What is your plan? I have 10 forested acres that I am slowly working on so I am always looking to see what others are doing.

Hi Miles,thanks! I was hoping to host a weekend workshop here with Shantree and Lorenna Kacera from the Living Centre in London Ontario but we do not have enough people(we need at least ten)so I think they are going to cancel it.It's sad because it would have been great and I was going to hire a professional vegan chef.I have no idea how to strt myself so not sure what my plan is,LOL!
 
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Cheers to you, Jude! The thread title caught my eye. Good luck and welcome!
 
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In Michigan USA here, zones 4/5, doing edible forest gardening
 
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Hi Jude! It's Heidi! Just replying to this so I can follow any replies. I hope you find someone who can help out. Still really want to do this! I have a friend in my herbalism school who runs a permaculture farm with her partner near where I live in Vermont. I'll ask her if she has any ideas. I'm also meeting with another friend Thurs to talk about his own plans to start an edible forest garden pretty close to me so I'll talk to him about this too. Best of luck!
 
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Hey Jude. I'm in Toronto, myself, but I'm looking for property now, probably in the area of Kawartha Lakes. If you are leaving your shade trees, you will need to work with shade in mind. I would suggest you look at mulberry and currant guilds, and forest guilds that like shade.

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Chris Kott wrote:Hey Jude. I'm in Toronto, myself, but I'm looking for property now, probably in the area of Kawartha Lakes. If you are leaving your shade trees, you will need to work with shade in mind. I would suggest you look at mulberry and currant guilds, and forest guilds that like shade.

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Thank you all for your responses.There are stll people interested in registering so maybe the weekend workshop might still happen!
 
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