Organic Gardening & Permaculture

FREE Classes start September 12 @ Keller Public Library

First Topic: Keeping Backyard Chickens!

Learn basic Permaculture as you meet like-minded neighbors and local experts in sustainable living practices for keeping backyard chickens, growing organic vegetables, beekeeping, composting, rainwater catchment and much more.

Permaculture is land use aimed at creating organic gardens and richly productive food systems. It's a model for maintaining a lower impact lifestyle. We'll also share details of an affordable Permaculture certification course by Wildflower School and Research Center

When: Beginning September 12, 2015 from 3 - 5 pm

Where: Keller Public Library, 640 Johnson Rd, Keller, TX 76248

Why? -- To celebrate local food and sustainability in North Texas.

Speaker Schedule:

September 12: Keeping Backyard Chickens

Speaker: Sam Brush, American Poultry Association Director at Large

October 10:
Organic Gardening & Permaculture 101

Community Cultivators Founder Kyle Amato

Graduates of Wildflower School & Research Center Permaculture Program,
& Keller Westwind Church Community Gardeners

November 14: Keeping Bees

Speaker: John Thomas, Owner of Blackland Prairie Honey

December: Happy Holidays! See you in 2016.

January 9
Healthy New Year Foods and Local Chef Demos

For details...

Contact Heather Foote of Prairie Keepers (214 228 9539) for more Speaker Series info.

To learn more about the Wildflower School & Research Center Permaculture Certification Course beginning October 10, 2015, contact Terry Jensen at 972 251 1532.