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Booksigning Tour July 8-16 Santa Cruz to San Diego CA -with Christopher Shein -The Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture ~creating an edible ecosytem ~
TOUR INFO about locations and times 805) 962-2571, margie@sbpermaculture.org, www.sbpermaculture.org

TOUR LOCATIONS MORE INFO TO fOLLOW
July 8 Santa Cruz
July 9 Esalen
July 10 Visalia
July 11 SLO
July 12 Ojai
July 13 Santa Barbara
July 14 Pasadena
July 15 San Diego North County
July 16 San Diego


Santa Barbara Permaculture Network Presents:
Booksigning Tour July 8-16
Santa Cruz to San Diego CA
Dates and Location to be announced
with Christopher Shein
author of
The Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture
~creating an edible ecosytem ~

Any Gardener can be a positive asset to the interconnected web of life
~ Christopher Shein


I n his newly published book, The Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture, Christopher Shein captures the essence of Permaculture while sharing techniques on how to transition from a simple vegetable garden to an edible ecosystem in our own backyards.

Once a fringe topic, permaculture is moving to the mainstream as gardeners who are ready to take their organic gardening to the next level are discovering the wisdom of a simple system that emphasizes the idea that by taking care of the earth, the earth takes care of you.

The Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture is an inspiring, easy-to-follow, information packed guide that will help readers transform their home & community gardens into productive food forests that will feed them for years to come.

Permaculture is an ancient, but cutting edge technology, that employs design strategies that work with nature instead of relying on back breaking work, fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides. The permaculture gardener uses methods that build healthy soil, smothers weeds, and promotes plant life, while recycling waste products from the garden.

Christopher Shein has started dozens of community, school, and market gardens. He teaches permaculture at Merritt Community College where he helped develop an award-winning student farm. Christopher attended UC Santa Cruz where he was introduced to the Alan Chadwick Agroecology Farm and Garden. Christopher was one of the key members who launched BASIL (Bay Area Seed Interchange Library). Shein owns Wildheart Gardens, a permaculture landscape business that designs and builds sustainable gardens. Merritt Community College is one of the first community colleges in the nation to offer a certificate in Permaculture.

TOUR INFO about locations and times 805) 962-2571, margie@sbpermaculture.org, www.sbpermaculture.org


Event Sponsor:
Santa Barbara Permaculture Network
www.sbpermaculture.org


~Permaculture is the use of ecology as the basis for designing integrated systems of food production,
housing, appropriate technology, and community development. Permaculture is built upon an ethic of caring for the earth and interacting with the environment in mutually beneficial ways~

MORE INFO:

Christopher Shein Website http://wildheartgardens.com/

Merritt Community College http://merrittlandhort.com/

Publisher Timber Press
http://www.timberpress.com/books/vegetable_gardeners_guide_permaculture/shein/9781604692709

Permaculture Podcast interview with Christopher Shein
http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.com/2013/christophershein/

You Tubes:
Permaculture at Merritt College with Christopher Shein [size=18]
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tw78MfIFlM&feature=player_embedded
 
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