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INVITE to free event: 8/17 Movie Time! Food Forest 101 (Austin, TX)  RSS feed

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More details on this free event are available at:

When & Where
Sunday, August 17, 2014
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Sustainable Food Center
2921 E 17th St
Building C
Austin, TX

Event Details
August sizzles, but we don’t have to. Bring a finger food snack and join us for some indoor fun and learning. Join the Austin and Central Texas Backyard Poultry Meetup on Sunday, August 17th from 2 – 4 p.m. for Movie Time! Food Forests 101 in the A/C (!!) at the beautiful Sustainable Food Center Headquarters. RSVP here. (We prefer you RSVP, but come on out either way).

Food forest...forest gardening...perennial garden. Whatever you call it, come learn more about another way to design a food system – and how poultry fit into it. We'll be watching excerpts from the Establishing a Food Forest with geoff lawton dvd (with permission for public viewing granted from the Permaculture Research Institute and EcoFilms Australia).

After the movie, join us for a panel on Food Forests with Kirby Fry of Texas Permablitz, and Elizabeth Walsh and Zach Herigodt with the East Feast Coalition. Daryl Stewart of the Ape99 Permaculture Meetup and John Van Lowe of Food is Free project will also be on hand to share experiences (and perhaps also share some growing goodies with everyone).

RSVP and learn more about our speakers on the Austin and Central Texas Backyard Poultry Meetup.


KIRBY FRY is a permaculture teacher and practitioner with more than 20 years of experience throughout central Texas and Guatemala. He worked with the Peace Core in Guatemala planting trees and building earth works. He received his own PDC with Bill Mollison in North Texas during a 5 week intensive course. Since then he has been spreading permaculture far and wide by speaking at and organizing events, and helping other create their own permaculture design and implementing it on their property. He has maintained a permaculture design on his own property for the past 15 years that includes earthworks, ponds, a straw-bale house and a grey and black water system. Kirby is also often sharing interesting projects and ideas in the Texas Permaculture Design Projects Facebook group.

ELIZABETH WALSH is a neighborhood leader and a doctoral candidate in the Community and Regional Planning (CRP) Program at the University of Texas at Austin. Her action research focuses on environmental justice and regenerative design and development. Elizabeth is a founding leader of the East Feast Coalition, a network of East Austin neighbors committed to growing healthy food and communities together. Elizabeth is also a founding board member of EcoRise Youth Innovations, a nonprofit that educates youth in the fundamentals of sustainable design through renovation of their own schools.

ZACH HERIGODT is the owner and operator of YardFarm, LLC, an Austin business specializing in edible & native landscape onstruction, including beautiful veggie gardens, homestead elements, ornamental steel, low impact hardscaping, rainwater collection, and irrigation systems. Zach is an avid photographer, cyclist, banjo picker, and raises chickens, fruit & veggie starts on his East Austin farm.
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