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Earth Gardens: Edible-Medicinal-Wild Habitats (Permaculture Network)

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Earth Gardens: Edible-Medicinal-Wild Habitats (Permaculture Network)

Network-People Caring for the Earth, Sharing Knowledge, Creating Work-Exchanges & Event, Learning from the Earth, Studying Ecology, Bio-Dynamics, Indigenous Wisdom, Organic, Sustainable, & Permaculture methods & applying

Location: Cascadia Bioregion - Bellingham & Beyond
Members: 216
Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2016

Welcome Earth Garden Friends! . .New members enjoy listening in & reading our current discussions & comments.

Together we are working towards Ecological Restoration 

 and Local Nourishment In Our Community & Homes.

 -  * Creating Edible Forest Gardens  * -

 All are Invited to be a Community Volunteer at many of the home-garden work-groups & work-parties.

 

Earth Gardens...Network: People Caring for the Earth, Sharing Knowledge, Creating Work-Exchanges & Events; Learning from the Earth, Studying Ecology, Bio-Dynamics, Indigenous Wisdom, Organic, Sustainable, & Permaculture methods & applying this to our local communities. 

 

Info/Resources for New & Seasoned Member, please review this Discussion:

http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic/forum/topics/member-info-events-links

 

To Create a New Discussion: Post your questions & info as a Discussion when multi comments/dialogue are needed to help reduce our email traffic from chatty comments.
 

View All our Current & Past Discussions & Resource lists:

 Scroll down & click blue "View All" button just below & to right of  Discussion section.

((To receive email updates within a specific Discussion within our group, go to that Discussion page, and click the "Flollow" link.)


All are invited to receive an excellent locally relevant email
called "Garden E-News
", that is compiled & created with volunteer time by Shannon Maris.   Each email contains a current list of the many local garden activities & work-parties that our local community creates.   Pass on your event or info to her & request it be included in her next email.

  -  See You in the Garden or Around the Fire Circle! . . . . . . (HK 12/13/10)

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Comment by Heather K on August 21, 2009 at 2:32pm
Our friend & neighbor Shannon creates a great local weekly email filled with local & regional garden/farm/food events and also resources & news clips she finds.
Its is called Garden E-News.
Be sure to request Shannon Maris to put you on her garden email list to receive these updates.
( This site will only occasionally cut & paste the postings from her email Garden E-News.)
But please add any you like under the discussion threads above.
Comment by Heather K on August 17, 2009 at 8:20pm
Welcome Friends & Neighbors!
We look forward to meeting each other and working on the land together!

We can use this group site for networking & sharing information, even though most of us, much of the time, may be outside – under the sky - in the garden!
Invite a lcoal garden friend to join you on this site.

In addition to this ‘beyond organics’ gardeners/growers group,
there are neighborhood garden-clubs & community gardens in our local area.

Two specialized group are shown below that are part of this transition-ning site”

Seed-Savers –Preserving Our Ecological Heritage
Cascadia Seed-Savers- Sharing & Saving Our Seeds, Educating Others on the importance of regional seed-saving, Resisting corporate/laboratory bred GMO seeds, or Promoting Events for community food-security.
http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/seedsavers


And if you can help out with co-creating future events for seed-saving & gardening events, then consider being part of this network::

Local Food Security Events- Planning Team
Working Together to Create our Regional Seed-Saving Events (Seeds:- Into The Hands of the People), & Co-Creating Educational Garden Events. (Networking trial with a ning-site to supplement use of emails, phone-calls, meetings)
http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/localfoodsecurityeventsplanningteam

Blessings & Walk Wild as Waters Flow…
Heather K
Comment by Paul Langevin on August 17, 2009 at 8:08pm
Hi Heather,

Thanks for starting this group.

I have some knowledge of, and a keen interest to learn more on, native wild foods, foraging, and "Indigenous Knowledge".

Paul
 

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