~Permaculture Event~

Graham Calder, founder of P3 Permaculture

And the Valley Gardeners Club

Present:

“Positive Solutions with Permaculture: Heritage Solutions for ornamental and edible gardens”

Monday August 12th, 2013 from 7:30 – 9:00 at the KC Irving Centre Auditorium, Acadia University

After party at 30 Chestnut Ave., Prince St. access, to continue to the discussion around a fire.

 

Interested, but want more information, please visit and explore:

http://p3permaculture.ca/P3/Positive_Solutions_with_Permaculture.html

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