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Introduction to Permaculture Webinar hosted by Light Cellar, Calgary Alberta

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Jenn MacAusland, Cynthia Acebo and myself are scheduled to provide an Introduction to Permaculture 2-hour course sponsored by Light Cellar in Calgary, Alberta on 18th April from 7-9pm MDT. Guest speaker will be Kurt Stenberg (Regenerative Arborist) and a portion of the funds will go to the ATMOS 2:1 tree program www.atmostree.org . Cost to attend is $CAD 35 and recordings are available for paid attendees who can't attend live. Registration can be made here:

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Whether you have experience in gardening, farming or Permaculture or are have no experience and are looking to learn, this course offers something for everyone. Permaculture is a form of sustainable and regenerative agriculture which has a focus on the use of perennial edible food plants as the basis for providing a family's food, as an alternative to annual plants that require replanting every year. It is one of the most productive forms of agriculture due to intensive plantings and the use of support plants which provide natural fertilization and improved pollination and higher yields. With a minimal amount of annual maintenance and low or no usage of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, it also is the form of agriculture with the lowest energy inputs and smallest carbon footprint. In the Introduction to Permaculture Course you will learn the Ethics and Principles of Permaculture, the design philosophy and science, and the practical application methods for using permaculture in your own back yard gardens or farms.

Cynthia Acebo, Jenn MacAusland and Graham Towerton have a combined total of 40 years of practical permaculture experience as designers, installers and consultants.
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