Introduction to Permaculture
This event will provide you with a unique opportunity to learn about permaculture principles and practices. Permaculture is all about designing and creating sustainable systems that work harmoniously with nature.
During this half-day, highly informative workshop Eran Rhodzell of Sacred Earth Initiative will guide you through the basics of permaculture, including organic gardening, water conservation, and regenerative agriculture. You’ll also have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about sustainable living.
Whether you’re a beginner or already familiar with permaculture, this event is open to everyone interested in making a positive impact on the environment. Mark your calendars and get ready to embark on an inspiring journey towards a more sustainable future!
Workshop Fee: $15.00 per person.
To register, call 906-484-1333 or click here to REGISTER ONLINE.
This workshop is offered at a discount thanks to the support of the Chippewa, Luce, Mackinac Conservation District and The Americana Foundation.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Eran Rhodzell is the founder of Sacred Earth Initiative an organization dedicated to bring about social and environmental transformation and healing through education, advocacy, and implementation of low-maintenance, high-yielding, nature-based edible and medicinal landscapes on both macro and micro levels. Eran graduated from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington with a degree in Sustainable Agriculture. He spent a decade living and working on many different organic farms in locations ranging from Kauai to California to Nova Scotia, before settling on the 68 acres he now calls home in rural Benzie County, Michigan.