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June 18th, 2018: Joan Wynden – ‘Practical Permaculture’

Permaculture means many different things to different folks. We’ll look at why such diversity thrives in this system of looking at the world, and glean a few nuggets that we can fit into our own gardening world. 
 
Biographical information:
Joan Wynden, a Master Gardener and Permaculture Designer, can’t seem stop helping new plants come into the world, and has earned the nickname of plant midwife. Her home-based nursery, Garden Lore, features deer resistant and drought tolerant perennials.
 
 
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  2. April 16th, 2018 – David Polster: ‘Natural Processes for the Restoration of Drastically Disturbed Sites’ Comments Off on April 16th, 2018 – David Polster: ‘Natural Processes for the Restoration of Drastically Disturbed Sites’
  3. March 19th, 2018 – Zac Kregosky: ‘Xeriscape’ Comments Off on March 19th, 2018 – Zac Kregosky: ‘Xeriscape’
  4. February 19th, 2018 – Chanchal Cabrera: “Ethnobotany of Tribal People in Southern India” Comments Off on February 19th, 2018 – Chanchal Cabrera: “Ethnobotany of Tribal People in Southern India”
  5. January 15, 2018: Carolyn Herriot “Natural Pest & Disease Control in the garden” Comments Off on January 15, 2018: Carolyn Herriot “Natural Pest & Disease Control in the garden”
  6. New Volunteers at CVHS! Comments Off on New Volunteers at CVHS!
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  8. June 19th, 2017: Lynda Smith ‘Preserving the Harvest’ Comments Off on June 19th, 2017: Lynda Smith ‘Preserving the Harvest’
  9. May15th, 2017: Peggy Carswell & Kel Kelly “Back from the Brink” Comments Off on May15th, 2017: Peggy Carswell & Kel Kelly “Back from the Brink”