Committed to supporting community actions to build local sustainable private and community gardens using Permaculture principles tailored for the Spokane Area.  It is open to all members to share information on Events, Plant Profiles, Articles and links to other websites.  In addition we hope to provide forums and events for professional Farmers, not-for profit and government organizations interested in learning about and integrating sustainable Permaculture design principles in our area. Permaculture is not just about sustainable gardening... it is about sustainable living.

6/22/2017 - 6/25/2017

Perma Uni-versity

Support or attend Perma Uni-versity

Author: merlinuhl
Looking for presenters, attendees, and supporters at this permaculture designed flash university about permaculture. Join us for four fun filled days at Spokane Falls Community College! Learn more at: permauniversity.org
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Monday, September 28, 2015

Help Us 2Produce a Production of Produce and more!

Author: merlinuhl
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4/26/2015 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

April Large Rural Project Meeting

Get together on Sunday 4/26 @ 2pm

Author: Annie M
At our last meeting we discussed a tour of Greentree Naturals  (the 1st organic farm in the Sandpoint area, I believe) for our April meeting.
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3/30/2015 7:00 PM

Agriculturally Supported Community

How Growing Food Together Makes Justice Real

Author: Mike Hagar (website host)

Gonzaga’s Environmental Studies Department will host a free public presentation titled “Agriculturally Supported Community: How Growing Food Together Makes Justice Real” on Monday, March 30th in Wolff Auditorium from 7-8 pm.  Join urban farmer and educator, Josh Soltnick as he reflects on 15 years of community farming.  Drawing up his experience in ecological horticulture, the Peace Corps, as a family farmer, Josh founded the PEAS farm in Missoula, Montana.  As a partnership between the University of Montana’s Environmental Studies program and a local non-profit, the PEAS farm functions both as a CSA and as an educational resource for students from elementary school to college graduate programs.

ATTENTION:  There will also be a workshop on Tuesday, March 31, from 10:50 - 1:00.  Click  READ MORE for more information.
 

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2/22/2015

Change in Start Time: We'll Begin at 1:00PM LEARN HOW TO BUTCHER A CHICKEN

Demonstration and Hands On Practice in Butchering a Chicken.

Author: Annie M

Join us February 22nd (4th Sunday meeting) at 1:00PM for a hands on workshop.  Cara Hagar will demo how to butcher a chicken.  Anyone who wants to (and brings a chicken to butcher) will have a chance for hands on participation. The workshop will be held at the home of Pat and Andrea Johns. If you bring birds to butcher please withhold food for 24 hrs prior to butchering. It's important for the crop to empty prior to butchering. Do not withhold water. 


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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Learn Foraging and Ancestral Skills with the Human Habitat Project

There are exiting ways to get involved in the Human Habitat Project this coming year!

Author: Mike Hagar (website host)
I'm gearing the agenda toward providing a cutting edge bioregional education experience, through foraging, ancestral skills immersion, permaculture, resource stewardship, travel, exposure to congruent communities, and connecting with intriguing individuals. After all, my own desire to continually learn and explore was the impetus for the project. A satisfying education involves more than books and tests. The education we all want is an adventurous path to leading a rich life. The Human Habitat Project is about pursuing nature's 'good life'. This journey is made of intimate connections with life's great variety, finding lifelong friends and mentors, exploring the land, learning from the land's cultures, giving to the greater community, and finding your niche. The agenda linked outlines activities planned for the year, at the project site, and across the broader bioregion. If you'd like participate, or have ideas for integrating your own plans, please get in touch (practicalnaturalist@gmail.com).
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Sunday, November 23, 2014

2015 Inland Northwest Permaculture Design Course?

A message from Michael "Skeeter" Pilarski seeking advice from permaculture-inclined folks in Spokane County, Stevens County and surrounding counties.

Author: Chrys Ostrander
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11/1/2014 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

4th Annual Inland Northwest Small Farms Conference

Farm-a-Palouse-A

Author: Cara
The 4th Annual Inland Northwest Small Farms Conference, Farm-a-Palouse-A, on Saturday November 1, 2014 is about food and farming for everyone!  Before you register, view the course schedule (http://sccd.org/smacreage.html#agenda) to get an idea of which classes you'd like to attend.    Click here for more info: 
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10/23/2014 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Whitworth University Presents: Dr. Elaine Ingham

Living Soils, the Soil Food Web, and Compost Tea

Author: Cara
Lecture followed by Q&A session

Location: Robinson Teaching Theater, Room 107 in Weyerhaeuser Hall at Whitworth University (see attached pdf file)

Cost: FREE! 

BE SURE to RSVP to fjohnston@whitworth.edu to ensure there is adequate seating. 

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9/11/2014 - 9/14/2014

Come to the Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild's 2014 Convergence

Tumtum, WA Sept. 11 - 14. Pay what you can afford. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Author: Chrys Ostrander

We are very pleased to announce:

The Inland Northwest Permaculture Guild's
2014 Convergence:
"Back to the Roots"

at the beautiful
Heartsong Retreat Center

7034 Hwy 291, Tumtum, WA
(between mile markers 24 and 25)

Four days! Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 11, 12, 13, and 14.
Contact us: zone1@inlandnorthwestpermaculture.com
509-725-0712

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