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Saturday, February 04, 2012
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Cleveland Botanical Garden Sustainability Symposium

Eat Your Yard

Back for its seventh year, the Garden's Sustainability Symposium is focusing on something we all require for a healthy life: healthy food. Each year, the goal of the symposium is to focus on protecting resources related to people, the planet and prosperity. By eating healthfully, we protect our most important resource ? ourselves. This symposium is taking a cue from the growing field of permaculture; the science of designing productive landscapes that integrate plants, people, animals and land resources into self-sustaining ecosystems that yield crops. Join us for a stimulating winter morning full of ideas and useful information to get those creative juices thawed and flowing!

Keynote speaker will be Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic.

Register here.

Eat Your Yard Back for its seventh year, the Garden's Sustainability Symposium is focusing on something we all require for a healthy life: healthy food. Each year, the goal of the symposium is to focus on protecting resources related to people, the planet and prosperity. By eating healthfully, we protect our most important resource ? ourselves. This symposium is taking a cue from the growing field of permaculture; the science of designing productive landscapes that integrate plants, people, animals and land resources into self-sustaining ecosystems that yield crops. Join us for a stimulating winter morning full of ideas and useful information to get those creative juices thawed and flowing! Keynote speaker will be Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic. Register here.

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