Permaculture: A Sustainable Living Methodology for the Home, Garden, and Community
April 14, 2021 at 10 am
Join Will Hooker, Professor Emeritus and Landscape Architect, for a webinar that provides an overview of permacultural practices and how they were implemented at his family’s home in Raleigh. Prof. Hooker describes the one-third of an acre property in Raleigh, a model of permaculture growing a wide range of fruits, veggies, herbs, and medicinals. It also features small ponds, captures rainwater for irrigation, raises chickens. generates one-quarter of its electricity needs, and provides spaces and games for community involvement.
The Master Gardener volunteers℠ of Chatham County invited Prof. Hooker to their monthly meeting, but have opened up the webinar for the public! Join us on April 14, 2021, at 10 a.m. The webinar costs just $5.
You can contact:
Agricultural Extension Agent
Chatham County Center
North Carolina Cooperative Extension