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Forest Gardening Training June 27-July 1, 2009
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: May 28, 2009 03:53PM

Forest Gardening: Ecologically Intelligent Design for Human Living

www.thelivingcentre.com

Are you passionate about tending the Earth?

Do you wish to find the most compassionate and sustainable ways to tend the Earth?

Do you want to eat highly~nutritious, and vibrationally charged food?

Forest Gardening is a thoughtful approach to the way we live on our planet, achieved by designing ecologically-sustainable sound ways to manage our gardens, households and communities.

With this workshop we inform and engage you in creating ecologically sustainable sanctuaries for human living and planetary sustainability. You will learn how to apply practical Forest Gardening design to a diversity of landscapes with a focus on dense urban environments and temperate regions.

The overall aim of this training is to give you an overview of how to design, implement and maintain a temperate forest garden. Learn how to grow your own food no matter how big or small your backyard is. Gain your qualifications in Forest Gardening, design your own property, and learn how to 'be a part of the solution' using forest gardening principles.

"Gardening is an active participation in the deepest mysteries of the universe." ~Thomas Berry

The Living Centre
5871 Bells Rd
London, Ontario
Canada
519-652-9109

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