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2014 Northeast Permaculture Convergence
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Sunday, July 6 • 7:00am - 7:30am
Peaceful Morning Mowing with a European Scythe

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Early morning, with dew still on the grass, is one of the best times for a morning mow the old-fashioned way.  Mowing with a scyth is peaceful, therapeutic and often meditative.  If you have a scythe, join in.  Otherwise, enjoy a peaceful demonstration by experienced mowers.


Jack Kertesz

I have been a farmer, seed grower, and nurseryman, and have helped to maintain gardens on this site since 1998. I drew a lot of my early inspiration from TREE CROPS: A PERMANENT AGRICULTURE. I started a network to connect tree people (see website) and we recently celebrated our 32nd annual Scion Wood Exchange. I hosted the first Maine Permaculture weekend workshop in 1987 with Dan Hemenway. At one time I read all the permaculture literature... Read More →
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Jim Kovaleski

Freedom House Farm
I am a Market Gardener spending my summers in Maine, Growing at Lamb cove farm in Robbinston. I spend the winter gardening in New Port Richey Florida, growing at my urban homestead Freedom House Farm. | I am excited about small scale food production using Permaculture practices . I have been amazed at the amount of food coming from small plots of land with very little inputs can provide for my only source of livelihood for going on 5... Read More →

Sunday July 6, 2014 7:00am - 7:30am

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