Postponed: Permaculture and Sustainable Landscaping Techniques @ Concord Public Library
All public programming at the Concord Public Library is suspended until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience. The decision to cancel library programs was made in support of the current initiatives suggested by the Erie County Health Department Commissioner and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in an effort to reduce public exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
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In this class, we will explore what Landscape sustainability is and what the principles of Permaculture are. Anyone can utilize these important gardening disciplines in gardening projects from intimate nooks to grandiose spaces, and by melding the two create a workable, thriving ecosystem that is compatible with most climatic and geographical situations.
Topics may include and may not be limited to: soils and project construction strategies, energy conserving landscapes, Key hole gardens and Hugelkultur theory.
Please join David Clark, CNLP (Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional) as he explains these somewhat elusive and beyond the border of mainstream terms.
Holding a degree in Floriculture from S.U.N.Y@Cobleskill, David Clark, CNLP is a multi-talentedinternationally recognized Horticulture Educator and Trainer, Event Director, Garden Show Judge, Floral Symposium Stage Designer and successful Wholesale Florist, with over 35 years’ experience in the Professional Ornamental Horticulture Industry.
Please call 716-592-7742 or stop in to register. Free and open to everyone!.
- Saturday, April 4, 2020
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm
- Concord Public Library