Seattle Permaculture Guild
How to do Wiki Setup
Jun 21, 2007 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
SEATTLE TILTH'S THIRD THURSDAY: SUMMER SOLSTICE AND URBAN HOMESTEAD TOUR
Tour a garden in the Broadview neighborhood created by a Tilth member and volunteer. See four kinds of fruit trees, veggies grown in beds and containers, chickens, garden art and more. After touring the garden, we’ll sit outdoors at the fire pit to enjoy poetry and libations. Bring a blanket to sit on and your favorite poem to share as the sun sets on the longest day. Space is limited to 30 people who must reserve a spot by calling Karen Luetjen at 206-632-1999. We will provide the address and directions the week of the event.
Third Thursdays are free monthly programs organized by the Seattle Tilth board Volunteer Committee, which is dedicated to providing educational and social opportunities for volunteers, members and their guests.
When: Jun 21, 2007 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact: Karen Luetjen firstname.lastname@example.org 206-632-1999
SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES PARTNERSHIP
Seattle Public Utilities has asked us to be involved with the Natural Neighborhood program. Especially if you live in Middle Thornton Creek, Magnolia, or Henderson please contact the guild for more details.
PERMACULTURE GARDEN BEING PLANNED FOR CASCADE PEOPLE'S CENTER
Cascade p patch will have a new community garden addition to our beautiful garden this spring! Plans are to establish a community fruit and herb garden in an area that lays between the current p patch and the Cascade park.Workparty April 29th! There will be spots to sit, a pathway connecting garden to park entrance, stepping stones for children and adults to wander through and edible fruits such as Italian Plums, Asian Pears, Blueberries, Gooseberries, Thimbleberries and Artichokes for the community to plant, prune, nurture and gather at harvest. Planting will happen early spring 2006. We are looking for community involvement in the way of plant donations, work parties to prepare the area and to plant. Below is a list of plants that are needed. We would like to see it come to fruition through community involvement, instead of corporate funding. If you would like to make a plant or hardscape donation or sign up for a workparty please contact Linda Moore at atha @ riseup.net. Blessings! Italian Plum (donated by Cascade Shelter Project) 2 Asian Pears (to espalier) 3 to 4 Blueberries 3 Gooseberries 1 Red Flowering Currant (donated by Linda) 6-8 Salal 4 Thimbleberries 4 Artichokes 20 Thyme 1 Sage 1 Rosemary 10-15 stepping stones 1 small stone or wood bench assorted smelly ground covers there's room for more medicinal/culinary herbs as well as annual herbs such as Basil. So if you.re so inspired, please share your ideas!