How can a natural forest maintain it’s own fertility without constantly needing input from humans?
How can it do this while creating balance and resilience in the ecosystem, and providing food and habitat for the creatures that inhabit it?
And is it possible that humans can design and plant productive “forest” gardens that can function in a similar way, providing us with food and medicine while helping regenerate the natural ecosystem?
The answer is yes!
And you are invited to learn how in this inspiring evening talk:
Cost: $15 ticket with LSLA membership, $10 ticket
Much like natural forests, food forests aka edible forest gardens build healthy soil, sequester carbon, harvest rainwater, and provide habitats for beneficial birds, insects, and other wildlife, all while providing humans with local organic food.
This presentation is designed to introduce you to to the concept and history of edible forest gardening in temperate climates, and get you inspired about what is possible when using this world-changing and land-healing gardening