Featuring Gary Epstein from Timeless Antiques in Boston.
Admission to the event is Free. There will be a $5 per item fee for the appraisal, proceeds of which will benefit the Terra Cura, a group that helps install school and community gardens throughout the area. Come and find out the value of your valuables while you help out a great organization.
October 29th, 2016
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
719 Washington Street
South Easton Massachusetts
We are honored to be invited by U.S. Green Building Council to discuss the Permaculture framework and how that relates to the existing sustainability movement. There will be crafts to be made, local foods to be eaten, like-minded connections to be made. don't miss it!
Click Here for rsvp details.
interested in hands-on gardening & permaculture experience this summer? terra cura is hosting education and volunteer training sessions at plymouth community intermediate school.
BE PART OF PCIS COMMUNITY GROWING FORCE!
see flyer below FOR DETAILS
Date: May 24, 2016
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Plymouth North High School Lecture Hall
Volunteers needed to help in the gardens this summer, with in-kind donations and fundraising projects.
Please join us to help with this exciting community-wide endeavor.
Are you looking to learn more about Permaculture?
Sowing Solutions is offering a wonderful opportunity this Fall 2016:
The Craft of Land Care Autumn Course
Sept 23-26, Oct 21-23 & Nov 18-20
For 3 immersive weekends, you will gain experience in practicing ecological design for you home, community resilience, sustainable living, energy efficiency & earthen building. Catch a glimpse of graduate classes' past experience in the video below! Click HERE for application details.
We stumbled upon this donation box today! How wonderful that our mission is reaching the neighborhood. Thank you Buffalo Exchange for selecting Terra Cura Inc. as the beneficiary for their No-Bags policy program. All donations will be contributed to our outreach efforts around healthy foodscapes!
Terra Cura received the benefit of a full work day on our satellite farm in East Bridgewater yesterday from our intern -- Kelsey, under mentorship of Ron and Connie Maribett. We finished preparing, planting and securing for winter, a garlic bed with 300 cloves sown. We stacked wood from a fallen chestnut tree, and sheet mulched next to the garlic bed so as to expand our growing bed next year. Pruning skills were shared through grooming blueberry bushes.
All in all a wonderful day of permaculture for our new Terra Curator. We are truly grateful to have Kelsey join our team!