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Trees in Permaculture - with Bunya Halasz

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Trees in Permaculture - with Bunya Halasz

Time: September 30, 2013 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Northey St City Farm
Street: Corner of Northey St & Victoria St
City/Town: Windsor
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Phone: 3857 8775
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: NSCF
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2013

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30th September

9am – 4pm: Trees in Permaculture - with Bunya Halasz - PDC Series

This workshop is all about understanding and integrating trees into your permaculture system / garden. We will explore the characteristics of trees, their functions within permaculture, design applications (i.e. windbreaks, shelter belts, ameliorating catastrophes such as fires and large storms), as well as how to identify and care for trees.

Join Bunya to learn about an element of our natural world that we engage with frequently but don’t understand well. This workshop is the perfect opportunity for understanding and using trees.

Cost: $85 / $65  (Healthcare Card holder)

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