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Published on Friday, November 15, 2013

Waning Moon Study Group

Ed Bryant Presentation - Introduction to Permaculture

Event date: 11/25/2013 3:00 PM - 7:00 AM Export event

Ed Bryant will be presenting at our next Permaculture Study Group on 11/25. The working title is "Introduction to Permaculture". Even if you already know what it is, hearing from someone who's been doing it a while here in the area is always a good investment.

If you know folks who don't know what Permaculture is but would like to this is a great opportunity to invite them and get them connected with like-minded individuals in the study group.

This is anticipated to be an hour and 20 minute presentation followed by a 40 minute discussion period. Ed is always a great conversationalist so it promises to be a good time for all.

See you all there!
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11/15/2013 8:23 AM

This meeting will be a the Spokane Conservation District building off Havana and Sprague.

Here is a link to the craigslist ad in case you'd like to use it.

http://spokane.craigslist.org/grp/4193328309.html


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Trish B

12/5/2013 10:18 AM

I was really bummed I couldn't make it on the 25th. Will there be a meeting Dec 9? (Am I reading my moon calendar correctly?)


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Phil

12/5/2013 12:34 PM

Hello Trish:

Our next study group meeting is going to be at the Footehill Farms in Colbert, December 14th, 2PM, no meeting the 9th. Study group leaders, Sean, Shannon, and Ryan, will be posting an announcement to that effect. It will be our last study group meeting of the year.

Part of the departure from the lunar 1st and 3rd quarter is seasonal holiday busy-ness. And part resonates with the ongoing discussion we have on trying an-easier-to-calendar study group schedule. - we may go to something like a [3rd weekend daylight meeting] at a farm/garden location and a [1st monday] evening at a District/Library/Sun-People/ESD-offices/Extension-type public location. We'll see. :)

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