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Kelda Miller and Alex Winstead are now friends
Sep 7, 2012
Kelda Miller is now friends with Megeara Noland, Janaki Kilgore and Suki Aufhauser
Mar 23, 2012
Kelda Miller posted an event
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Shambala Permaculture Design Course at Shambala Farm & Perennial Vegetable Nursery

June 6, 2012 to June 20, 2012
Come join Kelda Miller, Jenny Pell, Marilene Richardson, and Ty Ty Burns at Shambala Farm & Nursery for a 2-week Permaculture Design Certification Course June 6-20th, 2012.We will cover topics including permaculture design, generative ecology, community building, local economies, organic gardening, herbs & natives, vegetative propagation, animal husbandry, composting and much more! Lots of hands-on learning opportunities at our permaculture farm and nursery!This is a permaculture course…See More
Mar 10, 2012
David Zhang and Kelda Miller are now friends
Jan 4, 2012
Sarah Robertson is attending Kelda Miller's event
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NW Permaculture Convergence at Columbia County Fairgrounds, near Portland

October 13, 2011 at 10am to October 16, 2011 at 5pm
Join us for 4 days full of information, inspiration, action and traction towards re-defining our material, economic and social needs and how we take care of them.This year’s Convergence theme is “Finding Common Cause”. The necessity is to not only go deeper with this work, but to also broaden both our thinking and our networks to include a wider range of allies and par...tners to work with for making those deep changes.Permaculture and Finding Common Cause – this year’s event is designed to…See More
Sep 20, 2011
David MacLeod is attending Kelda Miller's event
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NW Permaculture Convergence at Columbia County Fairgrounds, near Portland

October 13, 2011 at 10am to October 16, 2011 at 5pm
Join us for 4 days full of information, inspiration, action and traction towards re-defining our material, economic and social needs and how we take care of them.This year’s Convergence theme is “Finding Common Cause”. The necessity is to not only go deeper with this work, but to also broaden both our thinking and our networks to include a wider range of allies and par...tners to work with for making those deep changes.Permaculture and Finding Common Cause – this year’s event is designed to…See More
Aug 14, 2011
Kelda Miller posted events
Aug 10, 2011
Kelda Miller commented on Kelda Miller's blog post "Being the Change in your Village", my recent article in the Permaculture Activist
"Hi Bruce! Yeah, I stopped by your new place awhile back but you weren't there! It's nice to scratch that urban itch once in awhile! :)"
Mar 11, 2011
Bruce Horowitz commented on Kelda Miller's blog post "Being the Change in your Village", my recent article in the Permaculture Activist
"Thanks for sharing your passion and practical tools, Kelda! PS... I'm living in town for the first time in years!"
Mar 10, 2011
Harper Stone might attend Kelda Miller's event
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Food Forest workshop at Wild Thyme Farm at Wild Thyme Farm in Oakville WA

April 29, 2011 at 7pm to May 1, 2011 at 3pm
Food production and ecology come together in the permaculture concept of a food forest. Using nature as our template, these intentional ecosystems offer an abundance of food, medicine, habitat, and so much more. Please join us for this workshop and learn how you can apply permaculture principles in a high-yielding orchard with diverse understory and minimize your work over time. Learn design strategies for creating guilds, smooth succession, and ease in harvest. Attract wildlife and grow plants…See More
Mar 10, 2011
Larry E. Williams replied to Kelda Miller's discussion Permaculture Design Course at Wild Thyme Farm
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Mar 3, 2011
Kelda Miller posted a blog post
Feb 28, 2011
Kelda Miller commented on Kelda Miller's event Food Forest workshop at Wild Thyme Farm
"So this is a weekend workshop so people can see what Wild Thyme is all about (You'll love it!) If you're looking for a full Permaculture Design Course in Washington there are currently these: Weekends on Vashon: spiralvision.org 2 weeks in…"
Feb 24, 2011
Scott Mclendon might attend Kelda Miller's event
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Permaculture Design Course at Wild Thyme Farm at Wild Thyme Farm in Oakville WA

February 27, 2011 at 9am to March 20, 2011 at 2pm
Food production and ecology come together in the permaculture concept of a food forest. Using nature as our template, these intentional ecosystems offer an abundance of food, medicine, habitat, and so much more. Please join us for this workshop and learn how you can apply permaculture principles in a high-yielding orchard with diverse understory and minimize your work over time. Learn design strategies for creating guilds, smooth succession, and ease in harvest. Attract wildlife and grow plants…See More
Feb 23, 2011
Kelda Miller replied to Kelda Miller's discussion Permaculture Design Course at Wild Thyme Farm
"I know I know. So sorry to post it late here but the COURSE IS CANCELLED.  Our enrollment was too low to make it a quality course, so we opted to offer other kinds of classes. Some thoughts: 'Intro to Permaculture' Weekend…"
Feb 15, 2011
Nicola Hoffman might attend Kelda Miller's event
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Permaculture Design Course at Wild Thyme Farm at Wild Thyme Farm in Oakville WA

February 27, 2011 at 9am to March 20, 2011 at 2pm
Food production and ecology come together in the permaculture concept of a food forest. Using nature as our template, these intentional ecosystems offer an abundance of food, medicine, habitat, and so much more. Please join us for this workshop and learn how you can apply permaculture principles in a high-yielding orchard with diverse understory and minimize your work over time. Learn design strategies for creating guilds, smooth succession, and ease in harvest. Attract wildlife and grow plants…See More
Feb 6, 2011

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At 7:03pm on August 11, 2011, Heather K said…

Two permaculture convergences this year - yes. One in Oregon, and one on the dry side of the mountain, I think near Spokane, that Skeeter will attend.  I'll try to post details later.  thanks Kelda for getting the Oregon one posted...I'm not sure if I can attend, but will see.  See you at the Herbal Fair!

At 11:02am on August 9, 2011, Heather K said…

Hi Kelda! Como esta! Would you post as an event on our TransitionWhatcom site, the two upcoming permaculture convergences?

Here is an Event link to go to after signing on to TW- http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/event/new?cancelTarget=http%3A%2F%2Ftransitionwhatcom.ning.com%2Fevents

 

Also consider posting any PDC classes that are committed to being held, and possibly the seed-saving workshop that marisha is doing.

Hope you'll come north to the Herbal Fair in Skagit county this August...so many plant people will be there!

At 5:30pm on January 28, 2011, Heather K said…

Hi Kelda, You might want to connect with Eric who is active community member, and student at Western, now taking the eco-agriculture class. He is also on faceb. Here is EricsTW page-http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/profile/Eric

I left him a comment on his page with your link...Try sending him a WT friend request or faceb request.   

I hope you'll share the good news as students sign up for the pdc course!

 

At 2:21pm on January 26, 2011, Heather K said…

yea Kelda, your PDC at Wild Thyme is now listed as a featured event! 

 Remember to also ask David M if he will include the event on the next e-mailing of Transition Whatcom, as their is a list of over 500 folks on it.

I just sent you & Shannnon an email.  Let me know what you decide on Feb 11th re number of students...We will do our best to pass the word at the seed-swap.....or come on up yourself....would be great to have you.

At 3:42pm on January 25, 2011, Heather K said…

Hi Kelda!  I just posted a link to the winter Wild Thyme Permaculture Design Course on this Earth Gardens network I initiated a yr ago...so at least over 150 folks will hear about it.  Here's the link- http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic?commentId=2723460%3AComment%3A41533&xg_source=activity

 

Did I mention you might want to connect with Shannon Maris and request she add info to the next emailed 'Garden E-News"?  You can find her here under the members page - just pass on your email to her...or send me an email request.

Ok traveling most excellent PDC instructor...you are always welcome to journey north to people of the Salish Sea - central watershed...Sure hope you don't delete yourself after the course...Even Bill Aal is still on this network!

At 11:05am on January 23, 2011, Heather K said…

Welcome Kelda inspiring permaculture teacher extrodinaire!

Your discussion on the permaculture course is located right on the front TW page...just scroll down and look to the left....or click here- http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/forum/topics/permaculture-design-course-at

Your event will be under the Event tab.

When you've a chance, send me a TW friend request, or look for the one I sent you

  Also, if you look through the Grow NW mag, you might find some upcoming events that you would want to get hand-posters & flyers to.  I'm also thinking about how I can make a connection between you & a student & staff person at WWU.

 
 
 

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