Do you need Cultural Credit? Are you interested in a system of growing food that applies our understanding of ecology and human systems in order to create better human habitats and economies? Do you like food?
Then join us on Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. in the Rinker Environmental Learning Center to learn some of the underlying principles of permaculture and how to apply permaculture principles in landscapes and communities. The Workshop will be taught by expert Koreen Brennan of Grow Permaculture. Stetson students and the community are welcome! If you wish to participate in the workshop, please sign up by Jan. 25.
Directly following the workshop at 4:30 p.m. in the RELC, there will be a potluck where we will enjoy delicious food. If you come, please plan to bring a dish to share. Preferably, your dish should be vegetarian/vegan or have local ingredients. Please bring an index card with a brief description of your dish ingredients and its story of sustainability. Food prepared the night before is quite welcome.
Finally, Koreen Brennan will hold a talk in duPont-Ball Library, 25L, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the importance of permaculture to meeting current and future environmental and economic challenges. Once again, both students and members of the community are welcome!
Come on out, so you can learn, enjoy great food and get your Cultural Credit!