Organizing a High Country Permaculture Guild

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After years of hearing about environmental problems, do you want to get busy creating solutions? Do you wish your yard grew more of your food? Have you heard of Permaculture Design as a framework for working with land, plants, animals, and communities to regenerate food systems and small-scale agriculture?

The Permaculture movement is inspiring people to design and plant edible landscapes, create food forests, and think innovatively about gardening, landscaping, farming, and much more. Cooperative Extension wants to help Permaculture designers and enthusiasts get together, share knowledge, and move Permaculture in the High Country forward. If this sounds interesting to you and you would like to help organize a network from the ground-up, you are invited to join the inaugural meeting of the High Country Permaculture Guild on Tuesday, October 25 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at the Watauga County Agricultural Conference Center (252 Poplar Grove Rd., Boone). The group will gather to share contacts, build community, and plan Permaculture-focused educational programs for 2017.

For more information, e-mail rjboylan@ncsu.edu or call Cooperative Extension at 828-264-3061.