Time: May 10, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Center for Expressive Arts and Experiential Education
Street: 1317 Commercial St.
Event Type: educational
Organized By: Chris Elder
Latest Activity: May 9, 2010
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Larry Korn has had to cancel his visit to Bellingham. He sends his apologies, and hopes to visit sometime this fall. The other two events planned with Larry are still happening without him:
Spring Fling a Seed Ball and Natural Orchards
Walking Gaia's Gardens
Larry Korn is a soil scientist, agriculture consultant/activist and permaculture teacher who currently lives in Ashland, Oregon. He lived in Japan for four years, two of them on the farm of Masanobu Fukuoka. Larry will discuss Mr. Fukuoka's farming techniques and his unique natural farming philosophy. Larry translated and edited Mr. Fukuoka's landmark book, The One-Straw Revolution from Japanese into English. He also traveled with, and translated for Mr. Fukuoka during his two 6-week visits to the United States including stops in the Pacific Northwest. The talk will include slides of the farm as well as personal anecdotes and stories which help to give insights into Mr. Fukuoka's personality.
Asking $5 to $10 donation, no one turned away. Bring a garden tool in lieu of payment, help BUGS grow.
Earthcare Garden Designs
Nearly Wild Garden