Using Permaculture to Build Foodshed in Houston, TX

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In 2009, I was invited by the Graduate Public Gardens Masters Program of the University of Delaware to talk at the Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania about our community engagement experiences in Houston. The attached pdf is the program I produced. It runs in several parts, the first summarizing what Urban Harvest did as of 2009, then how we created it, and finally some of the permaculture design ideas we used in designing the organization.  For recent Urban Harvest activity see http://urbanharvest.org 

The attachment is in powerpoint mainly because my free version of acrobat turns the small pptx file into a giant pdf file.  

 

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