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Plant Aloha: Stacking Functions and Elements in Time and Space with Tracy Matfin
October 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Thursday, October 12th 2017 – 9:00am-12:30pm
Stacking Functions and Elements in Time and Space with Tracy Matfin. Learn to design food forest systems from the ground to the vines in the trees, and examine system applications from a sectors approach for those who are interested in more sustainable food systems and are curious about resiliency.
Tracy Matfin is an educator turned farmer, mother and permaculture instructor. She is a founding member of La’akea Community, www.permaculture-hawaii.com, where she has been living and experimenting with sustainability for over ten years. Tracy grew up in the S.F. bay area, CA. She studied environmental science at U.C. Berkeley, and went on to be a high school science teacher for a decade. Tracy excels in making education meaningful and retain-able through her use of real life examples and hands on projects. She has been teaching permaculture since 2010. Tracy loves sitting with trees, communing with the “weeds” she is removing from the garden and laughing with her daughter, Aia’ala, friends and family.
“Tracy’s passion comes through in her teaching. Her positive, engaging energy transformed the group & kept us alert and ready for more.” – PDC Participant
Plant Aloha Series
Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.
The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.
Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.
View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.
Space is limited, please register by emailing: email@example.com.
The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.