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Plant Aloha: Designing Habitat for Our Pollinator Allies with Zach Mermel
July 15, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
Hawaiian Sanctuary’s Plant Aloha Series of FREE Sustainable Farming Classes is proud to present Korean Natural Farming (6 Class Series) with Eric (Drake) Weinert. Eric was born and raised in Hawaiian Acres. He has lived and taught Korean Natural Farming for over a decade under Master Cho and is presently the Secretary of Cho Global Natural Farming Hawai’i.
Saturday July 15th, 2017 9am-1pm
Designing Habitat for Our Pollinator Allies with Zach Mermel
Description: Join us as we explore simple, DIY (do it yourself) strategies for welcoming these crucial creatures into our gardens, landscapes, and farmscapes.
Zach Mermel was born and raised on Hawai’i Island. He is intimately familiar with the different microclimates and varied flora and fauna of our unique island home. He is the founder and design director of Ola Design Group, an ecological land planning company.
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.
Plant Aloha begins with a Permaculture Series on Thursday mornings entitled: Growing a Complete Diet with Permaculture Principles: Tropical Subsistence Gardening, with Wade Bauer. Each month, a special free Saturday class will also be held. These classes will feature lectures covering a wide range of agricultural topics, such as Beekeeping, Fungi, Bamboo, Biochar, and more.
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.