How to Build a Permaculture Garden Class, Part 1 & 2
This Saturday Eliza is going to be showing a small group of people how to install a permaculture garden by actually doing it — the best way to learn! If you prefer to learn hands-on, this class is going to cover a myriad of permaculture techniques and design elements. Even better is that in the process, we’ll be putting in a community garden that will benefit Greenville’s West End Village surrounding its location at The Wheel on Pendleton Street. Space is limited and tickets have been selling rapidly this week. The class is split into 2 parts but is best taken together as a full day class.
Come break ground on a fantastic new public garden and learn how to design your own in the process!
- Building a Permaculture Garden Part 1 Saturday March 14, 2015 9:00am – 1:00pm, Location: The Wheel in the West End Arts Village, 1288 Pendleton Street in downtown Greenville, PRICE: $35.00, click for details
- Building a Permaculture Garden Part 2 Saturday March 14, 2015 2:00pm – 6:00pm, Location: The Wheel, PRICE: $35.00, click for details
Other classes this month:
- Designing a Sustainable Garden Tuesday March 10, 2015 6:15pm – 8:00pm, Location: The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery (this is one of the last 2014 lecture series sold through the Swamp Rabbit Cafe), PRICE: $15.00, click for details
- Perennial Fruits and Vegetables for the Southeast Thursday March 12, 2015 6:15pm – 8:00pm, Location: The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery (this is the last of the 2014 lecture series sold through the Swamp Rabbit Cafe), PRICE: $15.00, click for details
- Creating Garden Structures from Bamboo Sunday March 22, 2015 1:30pm – 5:30pm, Location: The Wheel, PRICE: $55.00, click for details
- Permaculture Water Catchment for Backyards Sunday March 29, 2015 1:30pm – 5:30pm, Location: The Wheel, PRICE: $35.00, click for details (this class was originally scheduled for February but changed due to inclement weather)
FYI, we haven’t forgotten the handouts from the SC Organic Growing Conference — shockingly enough, things get hectic for gardeners when spring hits. It’s coming soon and we’ll let you know when it goes up!