If you are interested in permaculture, Transition Culver City wants to connect you with classes that will give you the techniques to create the best of green living. In a world out of balance, we are all looking for solutions that can lead to effective ways of growing healthy, organic food in urban environments. Learn about regenerative farming that can both feed a family, earn an income and build soil fertility.
There is information on retrofitting techniques for an existing house or property that can result in lower energy costs and better health for its inhabitants
Here is a chance to study intelligent, thoughtful design principles to build sustainable lives, and sustainable communities in a world facing peak oil and climate change.
You will learn how to apply pro-active, sustainable design techniques to your immediate environment – whether you live in a small apartment, a quarter-acre block, or a rural property.
Reservations and Information: Contact Vidya Chaitanya from Transition Mar Vista/Venice at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310 306 0246
Saturday, May 1 from 3 p.m.–6 p.m.: Introduction to Permaculture definitions, principles, philosophy and ethics. First session meets at Culver-Palms United Methodist Church, 4464 South Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City.