Toby Hemenway Urban Permaculture Design Workshop
Urban Permaculture Design for a Fear-Free Future – Designing Resilient Gardens and Communities in Cities and Suburbs
Toby Hemenway, internationally renowned author of Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture – the best-selling permaculture book in the world for the last seven years – is coming to Tampa Bay to present an exciting workshop.
Toby will teach you how to find, harvest, and integrate the many resources in our cities in sustainable ways, including getting access to land for organic gardening, creating business guilds and networks, using the pattern language of the city to create more abundance, creating public space in neighborhoods, building urban ecovillages, and more.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn urban permaculture design
from an international expert.
Sign Up Today at: www.growpermaculture.com
Questions? Call Bob Lawrason at 727-831-5832
$190 for the entire weekend! Special rates for students ($150) and couples ($340). Register via PayPal or call Bob.
November 3 & 4, 2012. 9 AM – 5 PM
Mocassin Lake Nature Park, Clearwater, Florida
Urban Farming, Forest Gardens, and More
How can we create resilient, regenerative cities and suburbs? Permaculture, an ecological approach to design, shows us the way. Though land may be limited, cities are rich in other resources, especially human resourcefulness. This workshop will offer specific techniques and strategies for food production, energy security, and community resilience in metropolitan areas.
Toby will share the passion, focus, wisdom and wealth garnered from his decades of experience with resilient living via urban permaculture design.
You will hear examples, see pictures, learn about the specifics and participate in class exercises that will engage you and leave you with tons of practical and hands-on ideas for your own yard, neighborhood and city.
Forest garden design and use – get your questions answered.
Social, economic and energy aspects of city and town life – practical solutions that work.
Urban food, water and land issues and how to solve them.
Visible and invisible structure design for the specific challenges in cities and towns.
Toby Hemenway is one of the most popular designers and teachers in the world.
This workshop is filling up fast! Call today to reserve your spot.
Bob Lawrason 727-831-5832
Learn about Urban Permaculture Design from the Best
Toby has over 20 years of experience as a permaculture designer and teacher and has visited and designed hundreds of sites. You will tap into this wealth of experience and learn from his successes and failures, giving yourself the confidence to move forward quickly with your own projects.
Whether you are an architect or landscape designer, urban planner, green business owner, gardener, farmer, or interested in local food or energy security, sustainable living, the Transition movement, ecology, or community, you will learn many tools to improve your abilities.
Learn to leverage the special opportunities that cities and suburbs provide.
About Toby Hemenway
Toby has been an adjunct professor at Portland State University, Scholar-in-Residence at Pacific University, and is currently a field director at the Permaculture Institute (USA). Toby has presented lectures and workshops at major sustainability conferences such as Bioneers, SolFest, and EcoFarm, and at Duke University, Tufts University, University of Minnesota, University of Delaware and many other educational venues. His writing has appeared in magazines such as Whole Earth Review, Natural Home, and Kitchen Gardener. He has contributed book chapters for WorldWatch Institute and to several publications on ecological design.
Check out Toby’s website, www.patternliteracy, for the great info in his latest articles.
“I will never look at the world in the same way. This course has changed everything.”
B.W., Santa Fe
“This was a transformative educational experience for me. Thank you!”
A.B., Bremerton, WA
“Toby’s teaching is well-organized, effective, and clear. I love the examples of permaculture principles in action, especially in an urban setting.” M.J., Hillsboro, OR