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Food Forest Gardening – Winter Gardening Lectures 2021

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02/21/21
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Food Forest Gardening – part of the Growing Literacy – Winter Gardening Lectures 2021

Aaron Parker, Edgewood Nursery 

A food forest is a way of laying out a landscape to mimic a natural forest, providing food and other human needs with a minimum amount external inputs and maximum benefits to wildlife and the greater environment. Join Aaron Parker of Edgewood Nursery to learn how to better mimic nature to increase the productivity of your plot. Incorporate more perennial foodstuffs, work less on maintenance and reap the benefits of a system that works in harmony with nature’s natural cycles.  his workshop will introduce the concepts of ecological niches, analogs, and resource partitioning so you can design your own home scale food forest. To help you implement your design we will also cover best practices for starting a food forest and recommended species to plant.  

Register here: Growing Literacy – Winter Gardening Lectures 2021 – LibCal – Curtis Memorial Library

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