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23

Feb

2013

Spokane Permaculture Seed Swap / Sale

Let's get those gardens going!

Author: Cara

Attention all seed savers and garden growers!  Bring your extra seeds for selling or swapping and join the Spokane Permaculture community at our seed swap/sale on the last Saturday in February, 2/23 from 11:00am - 2:00pm.

Package your seeds ahead of time (creativity encouraged!) for...

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17

Feb

2013

Asclepias sp. "Milkweed"

A. speciosa, fascicularis

Author: Redurth
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17

Feb

2013

Study Group Meeting

Waxing Moon - Sunday, February 17, 2013

Author: Phil

Regular Spokane Permaculture Study Group meeting (Waxing Moon).

3:55 PM to 5:55 PM, Sunday, 2/17/2013

Location: Spokane Conservation District, 210 N Havana St  Spokane, WA 99202

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14

Feb

2013

Missoula Permaculture Design Course - Weekend 1

Missoula -2013 - Weekend 1 February 15-17

6-Weekend Course
February-April, 2013

February 15-17, March 1-3, March 15-17, March 29-31, Apri1 12-14, April 26-28

Instructed by:  Michael Pilarski & many guest speakers

This 6-weekend course will cover the standard permaculture design course curriculum with a special emphasis on Montana and the Inland Northwest. This is 18 hours of class time each weekend and 108 hours total.  This does not include time spent studying, designing, etc between course weekends. Most weekends will include a field trip, outing or hands-on activity.

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14

Feb

2013

Soil Health Workshop Report

How I Was Positively Blown Away by USDA

Author: Phil

USDA's national soil health team is exhorting local wheat farmers to replace chemical fallow and till-fallow with living cover on the promise that the soil vitality achieved will increase yields, stabilize and increase farm net income, reduce inputs, and eliminate reliance on synthetic fertilizer and herbicides. Our local Spokane Conservation District sponsored one of the workshops.

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