Community Issues Series – Permaculture 101: Lessons to Grow Our Community

Thursday, January 18
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Main Library

Connor Stedman of Appleseed Permaculture will share insight, answer questions, and offer suggestions on incorporating permaculture into your home and community! Defined as “A design system for human habitation in concert with nature which is based upon a set of ethics,” permaculture is a social and agricultural concept focused on sustainability, low environmental impact, and more.

We will also discuss how to start your own permaculture garden at home!

Please register.

About Connor Stedman, Agroforestry, Ecology Specialist
Connor is a field ecologist, agroforestry specialist, and educator based in western New England and the Hudson Valley. He holds an M.S. in Ecological Planning from the University of Vermont and is a lead organizer of the internationally recognized Carbon Farming Course. Connor offers consulting and design for multi-productive forest management at AppleSeed Permaculture, including silvopasture, forest understory crops, productive buffers, and wildlife habitat. Click for more about Appleseed Permaculture.

The Farmington Libraries and ForwardCT Community Issues Series brings together experts to shed light on issues facing Connecticut and its citizens and to discuss how to get involved and take action.

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