Permaculture Concepts for the Home Garden
Inside The Regenerative Garden, we will cover 6 important concepts related to employing permaculture techniques in the garden. Each week, we will be tackling a different topic where I will introduce you to the principles and how it plays a part in a regenerative garden.
And it’s all going to be happening LIVE!
This means that you get to be a part of the action. Listen and ask your own questions about the principles and how they relate to your own garden. It’s going to be a discussion between everyone from permaculture pros to those learning to foster the love of self-resiliency.
The book club will be live for 6 weeks on Thursdays at 12:00 pm Pacific Time starting on October 14, 2021. But don't worry if you miss a session, because you can catch the reply at your leisure.
This Book Club is completely free when you pre-order a copy of The Regenerative Garden: 80 Practical Projects for Creating a Self-sustaining Garden Ecosystem. Get all the details here.
Stephanie has written several books including Garden Alchemy: 80 Recipes and Concoctions for Organic Fertilizers, Plant Elixirs, Potting Mixes, Pest Deterrents, and More (Cool Springs Press, 2020), Home Apothecary (Leisure Arts, 2018), The Natural Beauty Recipe Book (Rose Garden Press, 2016), and Garden Made: A Year of Seasonal Projects to Beautify Your Garden and Your Life (Roost Books, 2015), which was a Gold Medal Winner from the 2016 Independent Publishers Book Awards (the “IPPYs”).
Stephanie is a member of Garden Communicators International, the Permaculture Institute of North America, the International Herb Association, and volunteers to develop children’s gardens as a Vancouver Master Gardener. She shares stories, recipes, and projects on her inspiring website, GardenTherapy.ca.
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Getting StartedShow Content
- Before You Get Started
Part 1: SoilShow Content
- Part 1: Soil
Part 2: WaterShow Content
- Part 2: Water
Part 3: PlantsShow Content
- Part 3: Plants
Part 4: ClimateShow Content
- Part 4: Climate
Part 5: EthicsShow Content
- Part 5: Ethics
Part 6: CommunityShow Content
- Part 6: Community