Speaking Engagements and Events
Miranda and I are available for lectures, workshops, consultations and in-services on a wide variety of permaculture topics. Popular lectures are: An Introduction to Permaculture (with Power Point visuals), Composting Techniques for Everyone (demonstration), Regenerative Living, Wildlife Demystified, and The Importance of Planting Natives, although we talk about much more (just ask!). In-services for teachers can be paired with a consultation on a school garden. Please contact for appearance fees at firstname.lastname@example.org, rather than using the comments section of this blog which can be unreliable.
At A Glance:
Events at Finch Frolic Garden
Monthly Open Tours:(the third Sunday at 10 am sharp).
Monthly Special Day: (second Sunday of each month) , 7 am – 1 pm: Brushes and Birds: Art, Birdwatching, and Quiet in the Garden: we’ve had artist groups and birders visit and now we’ve a special monthly day just for those who would like to enjoy the garden without a tour. If you paint, sketch, birdwatch, write, meditate, or just love the peace of a garden, this is your morning. We start early so that you can catch the birds and the light. $3 per person.
Monthly Workshops: We asked what you’d like to learn about, and we listened! Cost of the program is $20 per person. You can use the PayPal ‘Donate’ button on the homepage to pre-pay, or pay when you come. Please RSVP to email@example.com, even if you’ve said so on a Meetup. Homemade vegetarian refreshments will be provided; students may wander Finch Frolic Garden before or after the program. We look forward to seeing you there!
July 22, 2pm-4pm: Brewing Bokashi and Growing Worms: Making good soil easily.Plant Guilds: How They Work and How To Plant Them.
July 23, 2pm-4pm: The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic, film viewing at the Fallbrook Library. Free, with Q and A afterwards.
August 26, 2pm-4pm: Demystifying Wildlife.
Sept. 23, 2pm-4pm: Seeds and Stems: How To Gather and How To Sprout.
Oct. 28, 2pm-4pm: Really Cool Recycling Ideas that will Save You Time and Money.
Nov. 18th and 19th, 8am – 2pm: Annual Marketplace, and Last Open Tours of the Year.
Upcoming Public Speaking Engagements and Events :
July 18, 2017: Permaculture and Native Plants, California Native Plant Society (CNPS) San Diego meeting. Open to the public, free. Room 101 Casa del Prado, Balboa Park. 6:30pm-7pm: NATIVES FOR NOVICES: “Drought Busting Edible Gardens: How to use California Native Plants as part of a sustainable landscape” with Alden Hough, Sky Mountain Permaculture Institute. 7:00pm-7:30pm: A time for discussion, camaraderie, visiting, and enjoying the sales table. 7:30pm: FEATURED PRESENTATION: we’re on!