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Community Orchard West Seattle EVENT June11th

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I wanted to inform the Premaculture Forum about a project I'm involved with in my neighborhood.  The Community Orchard of West Seattle!!  Over the last year we have been integrating permaculture techniques and design to create a sustainable orchard in our neighborhood.

Find out more info and upcoming events at our website:

We have an event coming up this Saturday June 11th from 10am to 3pm.  It's a class about BERRIES! and adding them as a creative edible landscape to your garden.  We also have more plantings we are doing at the orchard for a mini work party in the afternoon.    Here's full message:

Join Us for Our Next Event on June 11th:
Bountiful Backyard Berries  10am - 3pm
Cultivate beauty and delicious flavor by integrating productive fruiting plants into your ornamental landscape. Join us for a profile of those berries best suited to backyard growing as well as tips on how to make the most of your bountiful harvest. Hint: Samples and recipes will be shared! 

Instructor: Lorene Edwards Forkner, Author
Be sure to bring a few small bags or containers to harvest some of our bounty of greens!

Please RSVP at this URL http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P35JVVH

We'll see you there for a great time developing the Community Orchard of West Seattle.

thanks for your attention to this post.

I hope to learn, share and continue to develop sustainable permaculture communities in the NW.
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