Water and Permaculture Systems: Designing for Harmonious Relationships with Water

Saturday, July 20th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Cost: $11.  Preregistration Required – only 20 spaces available. Register at the store or online.

The Spokane area receives about 16″ of water each year. Come to this interactive workshop to learn some tools, tricks, and tactics to have the water you need for your land to thrive year-round. We will cover irrigation and water catchment (a.k.a. rainwater harvesting); and even more importantly, how to design for better water retention, water cycles and management, and dryland use. If you have ever wondered how to have a garden without using all that water, or seen your summer water bill and thought, “Ouch!”, then this workshop is for you! No need to have attended prior Permaculture series workshops to attend. All are Welcome!

Bryan Krueger is the owner of Heart of Green Ecological Services (www.SustainableLandscapeSpokane.com)–offering Permaculture-based landscape design, install, and maintenance, as well as a host of other yard and garden services. He is also the President of the Board of Directors at Pine Meadow Farm Center, a non-profit, educational farm near Cheney, WA. Please visit www.pinemeadowfarm.org or speak to Bryan about volunteering or making a much-needed donation. He has a Master’s degree in teaching and has been working with sustainable landscaping, gardening, and small-scale farming methods for over 10 years. Bryan is excited to share his knowledge and experience in the interest of strengthening local community in Spokane and the Greater Northwest!

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