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Monday, April 20, 2009
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Permaculture: Transitioning neighborhoods and renewing places

CityFresh Mondays conversation over local beer and appetizers about how permaculture design can be employed as a strategy to re-use vacant land and buildings in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County for urban food production, energy generation, and sustainable shelter.

Permaculture is a design science that restores the ecological productivity of natural and human made systems to create regenerative backyards, schoolyards, neighborhoods, and cities.

CityFresh Mondays conversation over local beer and appetizers about how permaculture design can be employed as a strategy to re-use vacant land and buildings in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County for urban food production, energy generation, and sustainable shelter. Permaculture is a design science that restores the ecological productivity of natural and human made systems to create regenerative backyards, schoolyards, neighborhoods, and cities.

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