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Spring Fling Planting Event!

Join Cedar Bear for our Spring Fling Planting Event!

Jordan Wiitala is a permaculture designer and agricultural consultant with nearly a decade of experience in both planning and implementing permaculture designs. His experience building sustainable systems has all been to make permaculture accessible to the average person he has a passion for educating people in how they can grow in a more sustainable way so they can live better lives. As chief for designer FCB his work takes him all around the country but is primarily centered around the front range of Colorado.
Keith Andersen is a permaculture designer and consultant. He has studied different fields of ecology and conservation in Northern Wisconsin since 2006. In 2014 he became a permaculture consultant and designer After moving to the front range of Colorado, helping found FCB Consulting and Services.
Planting in the garden
Participants will learn:
Planned projects during the 2 weeks, culminating in Earth Day are building:
A huglekulture raised bed garden
A walapini sunken greenhouse
An outdoor pizza oven
and planting herb and produce beds and fruit trees.
This is at the Cedar Bear Herb Farm and Oasis Gardens.
Participants to this event will be going to a working project and will be there on a volunteer basis and will be required to sign a release. Limited space, we welcome you for all or part of this amazing event.
Call/Email our sales office with your interests! Not open to public, RSVP to attend any portion of this two week event. email info@cedarbear.com or call and leave a message.
Hügelkultur is a composting process employing raised beds constructed from decaying wood debris and other compostable biomass plant materials. The process helps to improve soil fertility, water retention, and soil warming, thus benefiting plants grown on or near such mounds. (resource Wikipedia)
Planned projects during the 2 weeks, culminating in Earth Day are building:
A huglekulture raised bed garden
A walapini sunken greenhouse
An outdoor pizza oven
and planting herb and produce beds and fruit trees.
Come dressed for getting dirty… boots and gloves are wise and a bug hat if you have one, just in case. The work is NOT back-breaking, but we’ll likely work up a sweat. If you are unable to do the work part of it, you can just watch, but you’ll get more out of participating. Children are very welcome at this event, supervised by their participating adult, I’m sure we can find ways for them to help as well!

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