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Accelerated Permaculture Training

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Accelerated Permaculture Training A Certificate Course with Claudia Joseph, John Seitz, Jono Neiger, Anne Wiesen & Special Guests 🌿 6 SATURDAY SESSIONS BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15th / 9 am – 5 pm Sept 15th, Sept 22nd, Oct 20th, Nov 3rd, Nov 10th, Nov 17th 🌿 Tuition $350 before August 30th / $450 after. 🌿 Scholarships And Work Trade Available ABOUT ACCELERATED …

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The Youth Farm 4th Annual Summer Supper

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“A Midsummer Night’s Farm Dream” Our interpretation of this familiar theme is to lift up and celebrate — even inhabit (for the night!) — the magical world of soil and the surrounding ecosystem that influences it and conspires with it to produce the infinite medicinal and culinary delights we savor and depend on for sustenance! If you are new to …

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Women in Agriculture

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Women in Agriculture: Uganda I’ve been busy partnering with some of the most innovative and inspiring women from around the world for food security in developing nations. There are currently 7 billion+ people in the world. It is anticipated that there will be another 2 Billion people by 2050. For developing countries, the current pattern of agriculture has proven to …

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What Is Killing the CSA?

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In the past five years, we’ve had a revolution in the way we eat. There are more ways to buy food than ever before, all catered to our varying lifestyle and dietary needs. But as our food system changes each day with every new meal kit or farm box competing for our attention, what does it mean for the golden …

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An Interview With The Botanical Explorer Joseph Simcox

In Environment, Food Justice by Carlos Espinal, INHCLeave a Comment

We are grateful to share the incredible work of our friend and film maker Anthony Rodriguez who documents the fascinating aspects of permaculture, sustainability and food justice throughout the globe. This first video serves as an introduction to the Botanical Explorers series which follows ethnobotanist Joseph Simcox and friends on their journey to find and document rare and exotic plants …

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What Does Farm to Table Really Mean?

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  You can read all the Michael Pollan books and watch sexy shots of cooking on TV, but purchasing within a local food system turns farm to table from a terminology into experiential education. What do we mean by that? By purchasing through a CSA or farmers market, you’re able to meet your farmers either in person or, in this modern …