Intro to Permaculture/Homestead

Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 2:00pm

Presented by Marlon Gil of Rainshine Permaculture Homestead


Join us on Sunday September 30th @2pm at The Campus Center for Appropriate Technology (CCATon the HSU campus for this lecture and tour. Permaculture uses a set of principles and practices to create productive and regenerative human settlements. These settlements not only provide an abundance of food and resources for the humans that live on the landscape, but also offer an abundance of habitat for all types of plants, animals and community members. Lecture from 2-3pm, Tour 3:30-4-30.

Understand the History, Ethics, and Principles of Permaculture Design

See how the Ecological Design Process works

Learn how to make Holistic decisions for your property, life and community

Find out about Soil Building, Nutrient Cycling, and Conservation of Resources

Learn how to Think Like a Designer and be able to immediately begin Applying Permaculture Design to your own projects

Explore what to expect from a full Permaculture Design Course and how it will benefit you.

Intro to Permaculture/Climate Change

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 6:00pm

The headlines call California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment “grim.” But what does the North Coast Regional Report actually say about Humboldt’s future? Lead report writer Aldaron Laird of Trinity Associates will drill into the details, followed with a permaculture response by Steven Saint Thomas of Adventures in Permaculture. Learn about what’s ahead and what you can do about it, 6 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Center for Appropriate Technology (CCAT) on the HSU campus (up the hill from the corner of 14th and A streets). Email or call (719) 502-0303 for more information.