Planting for Hotter Times: Planting in Anticipation

Planting for Hotter Times: Planting in Anticipation 

"There's no doubt about it, the eart is getting hotter.  Learn how landscaping with pre-colonial native plants can help avoid some of the potentially catastrophic consequences of peak oil and climate change.  Some of the topics will include site analysis, designing your space, seed and  plant choices, working around problem spots, water conservation strategies, 
biodiversity enhancement techniques, rain gardens, permaculture, the importance of community organization and resources for further study. 
Regardless of your age or experience level, this is a class you won't want to miss!" 

Thursday, May 15 
6:30 pm 

Rainbow Blossom St. Matthews, 

3738 Lexington Rd. Louisville, KY 40207, KY, USA, 

502 896 0189

is located in one of the sister neighborhoods of the Sustainable Clifton project. Participants are encouraged to visit the event.

Please take a look at the event and program details at the links below if you are interested in participating in the Sustainability Studies Certification or participating in related community learning initiatives through affiliate projects such as Sustainable Clifton, Sustainable Louisville, Sustainable Business Network, Gaia Ecovillage Design Education and the Adena Center for Sustainability, Communications and Transformational Change.

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