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Alderleaf eNewsletter, June 2012 - Oyster Mushrooms, Fish Farming, Permaculture Design Course!
June 19, 2012
Welcome to the June 2012 eNewsletter from Alderleaf Wilderness College!
1.) Two Feature Articles! Backyard Fish Farming and Growing Oyster Mushrooms
2.) Summer Permaculture Design Course!
3.) Upcoming Summer Courses!
Growing Oyster Mushrooms
Have you considered the benefits of backyard fish farming? Fish farming is a very old practice that can be fun, productive and rewarding. As many wild fish stocks are being depleted around the world, fish farming is becoming one of the solutions for a more sustainable future. The application of permaculture practices is inspiring backyard fish farms as a sustainable food production system...(Read more)
Growing oyster mushrooms is fun, simple and a great addition to many gardens, yards, and any permaculture-oriented sustainable homestead. As gardeners we often like to grow flowers, veggies, and fruit. We mulch our garden beds with straw or wood
chips to retain moisture. We might use logs for a naturalistic edging. The plants grow in the soil, but what grows in the mulch or the edging? Mushrooms! ...(Read more)
Learn how to work with nature to create a more sustainable world!
Earn a Permaculture Design Certificate while gaining hands-on experience. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement sustainable living systems in balance with natural ecosystems.
Through this course you become proficient at applying nature-based permaculture design for both personal and professional use, to promote healthy communities and a meaningful, fulfilling lifestyle. Upon completion of the course, you receive a Permaculture Design Certificate, an internationally-recognized credential for sustainability consulting!
Learn more about the Permaculture Design Course!
Upcoming Summer Courses!
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There's still time to apply for the 2012-2013 school year!
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