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“Due to popular demand we are presenting another video showing of Sepp Holzers films on Permaculture.

What is this system?
“At Perma-Dise we are focusing on the production of all natural, top quality foods without the use of modern chemistry. Our product selection ranges from homemade mushroom noodles to german woodoven bread. You will likely find some of our products ar your local farmer’s market,” quoting Perma-Dise.

Join us on Saturday, February 7th 2009,
5:00 to 7:00 PM
Gordons Grange
380 Yelm Ave E
next to Gordons Garden Center.
Be on time, seats are limited!

Two NEW DVDs will play in a series which began last week. The first film will give a general overview about his way of practicing Permaculture and the second film explains the creation of huegelbeds and more.

Come again for more information and to get even more inspired. If you missed last weeks film, join us to learn great things from Austrian Rebel Farmer Sepp Holzer, famous for his radical approach to farming. Sepp Holzer transformed his family farm which is located in the coldest part of the Austrian Alps into an eco-paradise of terraces, ponds, huegelbeds and food forests. At an altitude of 5,000 feet, he produces an abundance of fruit, vegetables, herbs, meat, fish and Mediterranean fruit in a self-sustaining landscape without irrigation, pesticides or fertilizers. Holzer achieves maximum economic success with minimal labor input, while providing optimal living conditions for humans, plants and animals and restoring habitats of many endangered species.

The principles of Sepp Holzers Permaculture are simple and can be applied in any climate, by anyone, on any scale. These principles can empower anyone to develop a more sustainable life style and create their own highly productive eco-paradise, from the balcony garden to the family farm.

At the end of the movie presentation, we will have a short Q & A session and announcements about upcoming workshops with Sepp Holzer, where he will give hands on instruction specific to our region.

Attendance is free but we also welcome $5 donations to benefit Roots & Shoots Permaculture school garden project and the creation of a bee garden at the Childrens School of Excellence,” quoting Karla Broschinksi for Roots & Shoots at CSE.

Your local Yelm Area Sepp Holzers Permaculture Rep. is Matilda Rieger.


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