Low cost appropriate technology for healthy eating and lifestyle.
SkyLid Coldframe season extension structure custom built for your site.
In the Fall plant kale, spinach and other cold season vegetables and harvest through out the winter for your ‘grow your own’ lifestyle.
In the Spring get a head start on spring tender vegetables like tomatoes peppers, eggplant and cucumbers.
We are constantly developing new innovative designs so you can grow healthful vegetables all year long give us a call. 816 352-9213
Permascape is the design and installation of edible, low maintenance, and low ecological footprint landscapes using permaculture and Ecosystems Management principles. Learn about: plants for edible landscaping, integrated pest management, ecological engineering for bio-diversity and habitat restoration, site water retention techniques, cover crops and soil fertility, inner cropping vegetable production and lawn eradication techniques.
There is a bonus field tour on Saturday, August 18 10:00 AM at the Food Not Lawns Experiment Station, 6310 NW Waukomis Dr., KCMO on cover crops, inner cropping, no till fruit and vegetable production. We will follow the tour with a Food Not Lawns Kansas City Potluck and get together at 12PM. Everyone is welcome.
Wednesdays, August 15, 22 2012 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
UMKC School of Medicine, Theatre C, first floor, 2411 Holmes, KCMO
Register Online at www.umkc.edu/commu or call 816-235-1407
And Summer Communiversity catalog #2303A
Permascape is the design and installation of edible, low maintenance, and low ecological footprint landscapes using permaculture and Ecosystems Management principles.
· Plants for Edible landscaping
· Integrated pest management
· Ecological engineering
· Site water retention techniques
· Cover crops and soil fertility
· Lawn eradication techniques
Design and Instalation Services
Sunday, May 22, 2011
12:30 PM – 5:30 PM
(BYO bag lunch at 11:30 AM)
At the home of PJ Quell and Larry Davis–
site of the new ¼ acre KCCUA forest garden
5425 Mastin St., Merriam, KS, 66203
Disease resistant apples, pears, plumbs and nut trees.
Raspberries, red, black, golden
Insectary plants yarrow, comfry, borage, thyme, hyssop, wild flowers, prairie plants and grasses.
Bamboo two varieties
Yellow grove Phyllostachys Aureosulcata Cat Bamboo grows to 30’ 2” diameter, edible shoots and
Ground Cover Bamboo Pleioblastus variegates 24” height ideal for sloop stabilization.
Soil for raised beds.
Probiotic soil microbes.
I can prune your fruit trees and brambles, prep your beds, build raised beds, no-till beds, plant edible landscaping.
Don’t plant a fruit tree till you talk to me about disease
Orchard maintenance, Organic pest control. resistant varieties and alternatives to spraying.
Wild flowers, prairie plants and grasses.
Prairie Ecosystems Management
Food Not Lawns
Urban Forest Gardens
Learn small scale Urban Food Forest Garden design
and hands on planting skills as we help develop a food forest at 43rd & McGee. Learn how to mimic the structure and function of forest ecosystems using sheet mulching, layering, planting patterns, species diversity, guilds and more. We will cover proper planning techniques for tree, shrubs and fruit. Two theory sessions and hands on planting workshop. Bring $10 to class for materials.
UMKC CLASS FEE: $14
Web site: www.foodnotlawnskc.org
Sec. A: 3 sessions; Wednesdays, April 6, 13
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM; UMKC School of Medicine, Theatre C, first floor, 2411 Holmes Charlotte, KCMO
Hands on session Saturday April 16 2 – 5PM 43rd McGee
Register at www.umkc.edu/commu or Communiversity Winter 2011 Catalog