- Please do not come to class if you are feeling ill or have been exposed to people in your life who are sick. Please contact email@example.com so we can discuss how to handle your absence.
- Everyone is required to wear masks, inside and outside.
- Before and after class, Fox Haven will sanitize any surfaces used. Hand Sanitizer will be available during class, and sanitizing/hand washing will be encouraged before class and after breaks, before preparing plants and tastings.
- When we have tastings, we will spread out to the best of our ability. Maintaining at least 6 feet apart is required.
Permaculture Gardening in Small Spaces [ONLINE]
March 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm$15.00
Learn how to grow your own food – no matter the size of your growing space
In this short webinar, you’ll learn:
• How to grow an abundant garden in just 15 minutes a day
• How to save money by growing your own food
• What you can grow year-round
• How to start growing THIS spring!
Plus, Resources for Your Spring Garden!
Starting your spring garden will be easier than ever – we’re going to send you three simple garden plans that you can adapt for your growing space. We’re taking the guesswork out of growing.
You’ll also receive the “Growing Food in Small Spaces” workbook that will help you keep track of what you learn during the webinar.
About our speakers
Nicky and Dave Schauder are passionate about helping families grow their own food. Together, they run Permaculture Gardens at growmyownfood.com, a website filled with garden resources such as free webinars, educational blogs, and “Grow-It-Yourself/GIY” – garden mentoring program to help families grow abundantly!
Permaculture Gardens has received the “Most Sustainable Brand” award at the Green Festivals and Nicky & Dave’s work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Permaculture Research Institute – Australia and Green America.org. Until the pandemic, they also volunteered at their local Title 1 school and started a permaculture garden after-school program for the elementary kids there.
Dave and Nicky have been invited to speak at the health expos, university symposia, podcasts and local gardening clubs about permaculture in small spaces.
Permaculture is best known for maximizing production in large agricultural lands. But because the rules for working with nature are universal, permaculture principles can help you grow your own food even if you have a tiny backyard or garden plot!