Mushroom Cultivation In Food Forests
February 6, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday, Feb. 6
MORNING CLASS 9am-12pm:
MUSHROOM CULTIVATION IN FOOD FORESTS
Instructor: Ja Schindler
Local fungal cultivation wizard Ja Schindler will lead us through the theory and practice of integrating useful fungal species into a food forest system. This information will be applicable to suburban backyards as well as large public spaces.
AFTERNOON CLASS 1-4pm :
Hands on design on Eugene’s Westbank Food Forest.
Design Group Facilitators: Heiko Koester & Clare Strawn
All are welcome.
However, folks new to this process should do some advance reading to prepare. Please contact Heiko ([email protected]
) if you are considering attending.
$30-60 (sliding scale) per class (morning or afternoon)
$50-100 (sliding scale) per full day (morning + afternoon)
$80-160 (sliding scale) for all 3 morning classes
$0 if you complete homework prep for afternoon class
Location + Registration:
356 Horn Lane, Eugene, 97404
Pre-registration requested; Drop-ins welcome
(Please inquire about parking)
Michele (PROUT INSTITUTE REGISTRAR)
About the Instructor (for Classes #1+#3)
Heiko Koester is a Eugene-based permaculture garden designer, consultant, and teacher. Heiko has a fun, engaging teaching style as well as a deep knowledge of plants. His teaching is informed by 25 years of experience creating lush gardens filled with edible, medicinal, and native plants.
Take this opportunity to help create a model of resiliency for our community!