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2014 Northeast Permaculture Convergence
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Saturday, July 5 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Creating Beauty and working with the spirits of nature in permaculture design

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In this session we will discuss beauty as a means to inform, enhance, and inspire harmonious functioning in permaculture design. The principles discussed can be applied to the backyard gardener and homesteader, large scale farming operations, public garden design, building projects... Creating beauty in what we do is a way to feed and nourish our body and soul, as well as those around us, it allows us the opportunity to better serve our families, communities and the land we live and work on. This session will include a discussion on working with the spirits of the land, plants, animals, and buildings we work with. Basic and simple tools for anyone interested in working in harmony with these spirits, that require no previous experience will be explained and discussed as it applies practically to our work. Come to learn, share experience, and enjoy an enriching and enlivening exchange.


John Palumbo

John Palumbo and his family have been homesteading using permaculture and biodynamic methods at Many Hands Farm, in Thorndike, Maine since 2007. John is an anthroposophist, former Waldorf early childhood educator, and counselor. He loves to work with the spirits of the land in building, and in growing and cooking beautiful, nourishing foods.

Saturday July 5, 2014 1:30pm - 2:45pm

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