Spotlight on Local Projects

Here are a few of the Public and Private Permaculture projects that are in progress in the Spokane area.  We will highlight any project that may inspire and inform other neighbors that they can and should get started now.

 

21

Nov

2014

Biochar Workshop 11:00 AM Sun 11/23 Spokane

In support of Polly Judd Park Community Garden and Food Forest

Author: Phil

Friends of Polly Judd Park (1802 W 14th St, Spokane) are moving ahead to install a combination community garden and food forest. This biochar workshop is in support of that intent. Build a fire and they will come.

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27

Sep

2013

Citizens Advisory Committee Food Forest Plant List

City of Spokane

Author: Phil

The Inland NW Food Forest Council is working with the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department to develop a food forest plant list. I post the most current version as an Excel spreadsheet on Dropbox.  To view the file CLICK HERE.  

Dropbox is a great file sharing tool.  If you install Dropbox using the following link both you and I will receive an extra 0.5GB cloud storage.  INSTALL DROPBOX.

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8

Sep

2013

Food Forest Meeting Minutes

Education Subcommittee of the Spokane City Urban Forestry CAC

Author: Phil

Food Forest Meeting Minutes August 22, 2013

  • Plant list
  • Candidate sites
  • Scholarships for Food Forest Workshop
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16

Sep

2013

Food Forest Speaker Jacqueline Cramer

Monday September 16, The Woman's Club, Spokane

Author: Phil
A great opportunity to hear and share Food Forest implementation experience and insights with Jacqueline Cramer from Seattle’s Beacon Hill Food Forest project. No registration. Free to attend.    
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13

Jan

2013

Garden in Old Spokane

Author: Phil
It was sweet while it lasted. Three years back we told our next door neighbors we were installing raised beds in our front yard.
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