Permaculture 102: Learning Bird Language to Help Design Your Edible Garden

May 27, 2017
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Bird Language is the next topic in our Permaculture Design series. Central to the practice of Permaculture Design is observation. Observing the land, its patterns, its inhabitants, all tell you things which you incorporate into the design of your land and life. Learning about the land from those who have a completely different perspective from you, but whose lives depend on knowing everything that is happening on the land can tell you more than you would learn, just relying on your own senses. Come join us as we explore the world of Bird Language and its importance in Permaculture Design.

In this class you will learn how to incorporate lessons learned from bird behavior in designing your edible garden, such as insights into plant selection, placement, and maintenance.

Bring your lunch to eat in the garden, and we encourage you to bring something to share!

William Mutch is a Permaculture designer and teacher. He has been practicing Permaculture for decades, and teaching it for around 11 years. He helped found and is active with Transition Palo Alto, writing for and hosting the Transition Cafés and Permaculture Cafés, as well as many skillshares and other projects. He has designed and led educational programs and classes with ages 3-90+. He is currently living in an eco-house in Saratoga.

We are delighted at your interest in this class. Please review Common Ground's adult class policies before making your ticket purchase.

Date: May 27, 2017 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Location: Common Ground Garden | 687 Arastradero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94306

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Palo Alto, CA 94306
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