On Earth Day April 22, Paradise Permaculture Institute will be hosting a Food Forest Workshop in Livingston Montana.
Their permaculture demonstration site will be prepped, holes dug and staged so participants will be able to focus on the skill and art of replicating nature in an edible ecosystem. Just like putting together the pieces of a puzzle.
The goal is to provide people with a plant list appropriate for our climatic zone, the “hows” and “whys” of compatible plant placement and the necessary information for successful planting so they can duplicate an edible foodscape wherever they choose.
Food forestry is an alternative, self-sustaining, economic model for growing food as well as repairing and regenerating the environment.
The workshop will be presented by Mona Lewis based on the work of a Canadian food forest pioneer, Richard Walker, author of Food Forestry, North of the 49th (parallel).
Address provided upon registration.