Free Garden Seminar On Permaculture Nov. 14th

The Coquille Valley Seed Library is hosting a FREE garden seminar on Thursday, November 14th, 6pm at the Owen Building, 201 North Adams Street in Coquille. “Permaculture, principles and practices” will be presented by Chip Boggs, founder of Mountain Homestead, the off-grid forest/farm on Rink Creek Lane where many have learned hands-on permaculture over the last decade.

Permaculture or “permanent culture” is a method for designing sustainable and resilient human settlements. Jennifer Golden will lead the discussion for our plant of the month – cover cropping, an integral component in Permaculture. Anyone interested in gardening, seed saving, biodiversity, and/or organic growing methods the seed library is for you. We invite you to help grow and preserve locally adapted vegetable and herb varieties by becoming a Coquille Valley Seed Library member. For more information:

This entry was posted on Saturday, November 9th, 2013 and is filed under Local News, Public Service Announcements, State News.