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), Sustainability, and The Importance of Planting Natives. In-services for teachers can be paired with a consultation on a school garden. Please contact for appearance fees at email@example.com, rather than using the comments section of this blog which can be unreliable.
At A Glance:
Geoff Lawton Movies at Fallbrook Library: We’re showing them for free, 2:30 – 4:30, and answering questions about them. Bring a jacket as its usually cold in the Community Room:
Sat. Feb. 25th, 2:30 – 4:30: Urban Permaculture
Events at Finch Frolic Garden
Monthly Open Tours: the Third Sunday at 10am sharp.
Monthly Workshops: 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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!
March 11, 1pm – 4pm: How To Build Swales and Hugelkultur Beds
April 22, 2pm – 4pm: The Many Benefits of Trees: Care, Nurturing and Pruning
MAY 13: AAUW GARDEN TOUR: we’re on it!
May 27, 2pm-4pm: The How and Why of Native Plants
June 24, 2pm-4pm: Brewing Bokashi: Easy Fermented Compost.
July 22, 2pm-4pm: Plant Guilds: How They Work and How To Plant Them.
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 :