Little Artshram and O’k CSA looks forward to sharing a weekend of permaculture with folks in Northern Michigan….join us if you can…..
This summer in Traverse City, O’k CSA, offered a series of weekend intensive trainings, focusing on Urban Permaculture Design, and designed a multi-functioning, urban CSA and Market Garden in Traverse City’s Central Grade, Bohemia and Kids Creek neighborhoods.
Permaculture is a practical way to apply ecological design principles to food, housing, and energy systems; making growing fruits, vegetables and livestock easier and more sustainable.
Peter Banes’ book from New Society Publishers: The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country has been a helpful and informational part of both the urban, food growing sites that are producing food for 15 families, and the Urban Permaculture Design intensive over the past three months in Traverse City.
Friday, August 24th, 6 pm-8 pm, @ the Peace Patch Garden site, 7th and Oak St, “A Garden Party” with Peter Bane and Keith D. Johnson, good food/potluck and special music, provided by Zach Power and friends. This is a Welcome to TC Fundraiser to support Peter and Keith’s visit, please help us spread the word…..Suggested donation, $20 per person
Saturday, Aug. 25th and Sunday Aug 26th, 9 am-4 pm, O’k CSA Studio, 514 Second St. In the Alley, and our garden-farm sites, 2-day Urban Permaculture Design Intensive: Our Needs: Local & Global Resources, Useful plants for garden-farms, and a vision of Renaissance Farm (Saturday focus); AND Homesteading skills and off-grid technologies in Urban Garden Farms, with Peter Bane and Keith D. Johnson, Pre-Register in advance by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org 2-day fee: sliding scale $75-$150 per day (Some work exchange available)
Monday, August 27th, 6 pm. Book signing @ Horizon Bookstore, author Peter Bane, “The Permaculture Handbook, Garden Farming for Town and Country”
Many thanks to our current sponsors: Continual University, Kima Kramer Rolfing Structural Integration, Horizon Books, Oryana Natural Food Co-op and Higher Grounds Trading Company, along with many supportive community members for also contributing to our efforts to keep a steady stream of permaculture educational opportunities happening! THANK YOU!