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Installing a Permaculture Garden on a University Campus

Bradley Urso

I was blessed to have Ryan Harb speek at my city college campus this last weekend. UMass Amherst is one of the first universities in the nation to begin growing a permaculture garden directly outside of their dining halls to feed the campus community local, fresh, nutrient dense foods. Ryan was instrumental in the implementation of this idea. He held a workshop and evening talk which both inspired and motivated It's really exciting to see so many change makers out there doing there thing!

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  • Emma Zimmerman

    So awesome! And a model for other college campuses. If you garden yourself please fill out this survey: www.surveymonkey.com/s/23N9852 or pass along to people that do.

    Every Last Morsel is a community marketplace for locally grown food. We exist to foster a more responsible and democratic food system by connecting neighbors and empowering entrepreneurs. But before we launch, we need some feedback from the people we're trying to help!

  • Bradley Urso

    Sorry about the spelling errors, it was a long day at school!