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Learn with us about native plants from Caroline Chartrand!

Permaculture is “the conscious design and maintenance of agriculturally productive ecosystems which have the diversity, stability, and resilience of natural ecosystems” (permaculturenews.org). Permaculture takes significant wisdom and inspiration from traditional Indigenous farming practices around the world.

The Metanoia Farmers Workers Cooperative (also known as the CMU Farm) is making a big transition to permaculture, and you’re invited to come along for the journey and learn with them and with us!

This workshop will be led by Indigenous seed saver Caroline Chartrand

Come prepared to learn and work. If you need ability-based accommodations, please let us know and we’ll find a way for you to participate!

Please RSVP below. We ask that you consider bringing a $10 donation to help us cover costs for this workshop. (No one will be turned away if that is a barrier!)

Thursday September 14, 7 PM

CMU Farm (see map)

Please bring clothes you can get dirty, shoes you can work in, a lawn chair, and curiosity!

This workshop is part of a partnership between A Rocha Manitoba and the Metanoia Farmers Workers Cooperative.

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