8th Annual Northeastern Permaculture Convergence, July 13 – 15

The 8th Annual NE Permaculture Convergence, a regional gathering, is happening Friday, July 13th, to Sunday, July 15th, in Eastern Massachusetts:

8th Annual Northeast Permaculture Convergence
Soule Homestead & Education Center, 46 Soule St, Middleborough, MA
Friday, July 13 – Sunday, July 15, 2012

Highlights include:

* 20+ Workshop Sessions throughout the day at 6 locations including: Introduction to Permaculture, Edible Forest Gardening, Polyculture Design, Permaculture and Community, Bioshelters, Resiliency, Social Permaculture, Beekeeping, Regenerative Real Estate, and more

* Presenters include Scott Kellogg, Lisa DePiano, Dave Jacke, Eric Toensmeier, Ethan Roland, Lisa Fernandes, Ryan Harb, and many more

* Hands-on Projects: Hugelkultur, sheet mulching, and a wild edibles walk

* Support local vendors on site or barter and gift throughout the day

* Enjoy delicious food from Clover Food Truck

* Family programming and permaculture for kids throughout the day

* Participate in the open mic, listen to live local folk music and dance to end the day

For more information: http://northeastconvergence.wordpress.com/

Interested in carpooling? Make arrangements through the Greater Seacoast Permaculture Group: www.meetup.com/GreaterSeacoastPermaculture

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