We are STILL announcing and inviting folks to register for the class: “Making your Bountiful Garden a Perennial Polyculture”, which officially begins next Wednesday, March 29th(soft opening this week) and will highlight 3 of our O’k CSA garden-farm sites in Traverse City: DIGs garden (510 Second St.), the Peace Patch garden (501 Seventh) and Realeyes Homestead (9775 Cherry Bend Rd.)
We are super proud of our on-going efforts to grow more garden-farms and garden-farmers within the city limits of Traverse City—our version of a local/local/local urban farming project!
I’m including and especially honoring our Peace Patch garden-farm at the corner of 7th and Oak, as our first neighborhood and community growing site, which has hosted our Friday market and many local/foodie/farming & permaculture gatherings for the past 5+ years.
Please help us share this opportunity. Gracias.
Check out our little green growing sprouts and Learn how the Peace Patch neighborhood garden came to be! Join us and learn the how-to’s of kickstarting a neighborhood garden-farm cooperative!
Making your Bountiful Garden a Plant Polyculture is a Spring Class, 4 weeks in length March 29th – April 19th, of hands-on learning; demonstrations and sharing tips on how to make your garden, over time, grow an abundance of annual and perennial food.
We’ve created a collective of garden-farm sites in many neighborhoods, focusing on improving the soil, planting a diversity of annual and perennial veg, fruit and herbs—and all with a focus on educating and bringing neighbors and community together in many ways! This has especially been true of our very first garden-farm site, our beloved Peace Patch garden!
With a little permaculture planning and design you can create a series of polyculture “patch” gardens that together create an incredible garden-farm that is brimming with resilience, diversity, and saving you time watering, weeding, and dealing with pests.
Much information and many examples will be shared: Annual and perennial food plants, perennial support plants, minimal competition and maximum cooperation, and how each plant/shrub/tree species are adapted to it’s little patch/niche.
Please read the following downloadable PDF titled “The Essence of Permaculture” before the class begins, attached below and also here: https://permacultureprinciples.com/resources/free-downloads/
Consider adding these books to your personal library:
Any questions, please feel free to contact me!
Class size limited,
4 Wednesdays March 29-April 19th, 6-8 pm
Register in Advance–email firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Location: 510 1/2 Second St., Traverse City, Michigan
With hands-on at our Peace Patch garden and at Realeyes Homestead garden!
Fee: $100.00 or
$50/and a Gift Exchange/Barter
Presented by permaculture educator and O’k CSA garden-farmer
Co-hosted by Little Artshram and O’k CSA
To register contact:
Class info also on Facebook: