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  1. Going Zero Waste

    April 20, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Main Library/Oak Room

    What is zero waste? The simple definition is to send nothing to the landfill but the more complex and accurate description is about redefining the system. Every year, we consume more resources than the earth can sustainably regenerate in one year, but there are actions that we can take to reduce our footprint. One way is to try to live a zero waste lifestyle and focus on buying only what we really need. Kathryn Kellogg breaks zero waste living down into a super simple step-by-step process. Come to this workshop to learn how you can make realistic lifestyle changes and reduce your footprint. We will also make a simple house cleaner that you can take home with you! **Oak Room, First Floor**

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  2. Permaculture Design: Regenerate Your Landscape

    April 20, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Main Library/Oak Room

    Care for the earth, care for the people, and return the surplus! Permaculture works with nature instead of against it—saving energy, minimizing waste, and lowering environmental impact. Local permaculture expert Nicholas Hardy will discuss how to holistically restore and regenerate the degraded ecology of our local landscapes and watersheds and will talk about soil, vegetation and water harvesting strategies. You’ll have a better understanding of a diversified and balanced garden design and management practices to apply to your own garden! **Oak Room, First Floor**

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