[permaculture] Toby Hemenway's Eastern US Workshops

Toby Hemenway toby at patternliteracy.com
Mon Jan 25 14:52:34 EST 2010


I wanted to let folks in the Eastern US know that I'm making two trips 
out that way in February to do a series of talks and workshops. If you 
know of people who would be interested, please forward this. I hope I 
can meet some of you while I'm there, and attach faces to the good words 
you've written.

Toby Hemenway
http://patternliteracy.com

*Annual Litten Lecture at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA*
February 11, 2010
/"Our Plant Mentors: Learning Biomimicry from the World's Flora"/
for details, call 540-568-3194 or visit http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum/

*Lecture and Workshops in the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area:*

Lecture, /"How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and the Earth, but not 
Civilization."/
Feb. 12, 7-9 PM, Duke University Campus
For details, contact Janice Little, 919-668-5309 or janice.little at duke.edu

Workshop: /Designing and Installing a Food Forest/
Feb. 13, 9AM-4PM, Duke University Gardens
Workshop: /Permaculture for the City/
Feb. 14, 9AM-1PM, Duke University Gardens
For details, contact Janice Little, 919-668-5309 email 
<janice.little at duke.edu>

*Lectures and Workshops in New England
*
Springfield, Mass.
February 25, 6:30 PM: Keynote Address, Ecological Landscaping Association
For details, see http://www.ecolandscaping.org

Portsmouth, Maine
Feb. 26: Lecture, /"How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and the Earth, 
but not Civilization."/
Feb. 27, Workshop, 9AM-1PM: / Permaculture Solutions for City and Suburb/
For details, contact Lisa Fernandes <lisa at resilienthomes.com>

Cambridge, Mass.
Feb. 27, Lecture, 7-9PM: /"What Does Permaculture Look Like?"/
Feb. 28,  10AM-1PM, Workshop: /Permaculture Solutions for City and Suburb
/For details, contact Lisa Gross <lisa.gross at gmail.com>/
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