Permaculture, Biochar and Soil
Sonoma Garden Park
19996 7th St E, Sonoma, CA 95476
Wednesday Sept. 18th
4 P.M.. to 6 P.M.
Join us for an amazing educational event to learn more about permaculture techniques and how biochar and compost blends fit into commercial and/or backyard garden soil management and carbon sequestration strategies.
Two amazing teachers, Matt Powers (The Permaculture Student) and Cuauhtemoc Villa (Bokashi and biochar inoculation master) will get you up to speed on permaculture techniques and how best to prepare and use biochar to improve soil and make it more productive. SBI‘s Raymond Baltar will give a brief overview of how you can make biochar yourself and where you can acquire it, in small garden or truckload quantities. We have also invited Khadija Khansiafrom the Local Carbon Network, a biochar outreach and marketing initiative by All Power Labs in Berkeley, to discuss development of local, distributed networks for biochar and biomass energy production.
The Workshop Fee is $20 General Admission, and $10 for students with a current Student ID. Please register here, and spread the word to your networks if you think there may be interest.