Date(s) - 09/09/2023
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Means of Production Garden
f you have ever wanted to learn about the exciting science and art of building super healthy compost that can help repair degraded soils and ecosystems, this is a great opportunity! Get hands-on experience in the why’s and how’s of building compost layers and learn a bit about the Means of production garden.
Bring your own gloves, lunch snack and wear closed toe shoes with decent treads. Washrooms are located on the far N/W corner of China Creek North park.
Ryan Vasseur is a permaculture, rainforest, and healthy soil enthusiast and completed his Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) in 2018. He is passionate about food forests and gardening and looks for opportunities to combine them whenever possible. Ryan enjoys teaching about forest systems, soil health, and empowerment through growing and foraging food. Food forests are bio-diverse, multi-functional spaces that can produce food, medicine, habitat for animals and soil life, and are a model for truly sustainable and regenerative Earth care. During a food forest stewardship session you can expect to learn about building healthy soil, pruning and caring for food producing trees, foraging, mycology, and many more exciting topics. Ryan believes that human beings can be responsible stewards of this planet and create a regenerative future that allows life to flourish. Ryan has been a volunteer steward at Means of Production garden since 2016.
Bookings are closed for this event.