This one day workshop on regenerative gardening takes a living systems approach to soil and will introduce people to simple techniques for building living, fertile, resilient soil through increasing soil biodiversity and biomass. Regenerative gardening yields foods and medicines with much higher nutrient content and better flavor. We will explore nutrient cycling through the lens of soil, plant, and fungal ecology.
Regenerative soil ecology sequesters carbon and preserves and increases biodiversity. The techniques discussed in this workshop will help mitigate global warming, climate change, and ocean acidification. All this can be addressed by making wise decisions in our home and community gardens.
Cost is $35 per participant. Discounts available.
Register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildcat has formal education in sustainable technologies, mathematics and mechanical engineering. He has gardened for 35 years, has nearly 20 years of greenhouse and small farm management experience, and has studied and worked in regenerative soil science for nine years. He currently consults for regenerative horticulture, agriculture, and wildland restoration projects. Wildcat has a love of mycology. He emphasizes fungi in soil cultivation and cultivates medicinally therapeutic fungi.