March 12, 2021 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Allison Nagel

How do plants create microclimates comfortable for each other, humans and wildlife? What are the essential design strategies and considerations for lush, multi-layered and multifunctional backyard and community habitats? By focusing on increasing diversity in our plant selection, we also increase diversity in underground organisms, pollinators, wildlife and so much more — mimicking nature’s integrated and wholistic support system.

Learn more and register here!

This “Friday Focus” class invites the general public to join Sustainable Solano’s Permaculture Design Certificate students for an online class with tickets ranging from $15 to $50 based on what you are able to pay. This is great opportunity to learn from Vital Cycles’ Anne Freiwald and Lydia Neilsen, instructors for the 2021 Permaculture Design Certificate course in Benicia.

About Lydia Nielsen and Anne Freiwald of Vital Cycles:

Lydia & Anne bring together extensive backgrounds in community health and permaculture education and activism. Curiosity about and study of Alchemy and Biodynamic herbs inspires a deep integration of the health of the land and the health of the individual. We have an action-based perspective that highlights skills, practices and resources necessary for growth, creativity, and vitality in person and place. Anne & Lydia are teaching the 2021 Permaculture Design Certification Course in Benicia, CA.

* This class is offered on a sliding scale of a $15-$50 donation to the general public and included in the course of study for the PDC participants. If you are unable to attend, your ticket price becomes a donation to Sustainable Solano to support our offerings to the community!

Please register only through Sustainable Solano’s Eventbrite listings. We never sell tickets that can be resold. If you notice another party claiming to sell our tickets, contact us at info@sustainablesolano.org