A discussion of how we can increase the security our local food supply at a time when rising fuel costs, climate change and political turmoil make it particularly vulnerable. As seen through the lens of the Imani Gardens, located at 1680 Pacific Street and 87-91 Schenectady Street.
The International Permaculture Convergence was an incredible gathering of over 450 permies in Cuba. Three days in Havana and 7 days at a beach resort on the north coast. Hundreds of speakers from 67 countries.
Come to a report Wednesday March 12 at 7 PM at the Brookyn Launch Pad, 721 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn NY. This is in the Crown Heights section. You can take the 2,3,4,5 train to Franklin Avenue. Launch pad is between Sterling Place and Park Place. Jonathan Rimerez and I will be showing photos and talking about our experiences. Get the real skinny on what's happening in Cuba and also get the low down on permaculture, a growing movement of gardeners and desiggners that just might save the planet from overdevelopment.
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See you there!