Virtual Class: Permaculture Primer
Virtual Workshop: Permaculture Primer
featuring Martin Bridge
Artist, Educator and Permaculturist
Thursday, May 6, 2021 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
“Permaculture” is a word found commonly attached to so many applications that one could easily find themselves questioning what it really means. In its simplest definition, Permaculture is a design science built on the observation of natural systems and processes to develop sustainable—or better yet, regenerative agricultural, architectural and social Systems. In this workshop, we will identify the problems that permaculture seeks to address and from those, the solutions that start to appear. We will survey the ethics and principles of permaculture and how they guide our decisions in making simple, but potent changes in our lives and the world around us.
Learn more about Martin Bridge's art and work in permaculture here.
ABOUT MARTIN BRIDGE
Martin Bridge is an artist and educator who has been studying Permaculture and Mycology for the last fifteen years. His homestead of Araduir—nestled in the hilltowns of the Pioneer Valley region—is designed to stand as a model for temperate climate, home-scale permaculture design strategies. His artwork seeks to bridge realms of science and mysticism in hopes of sparking dialogue that explores how we relate to the web of life around us. His permaculture and mushroom-inspired works have appeared in international publications, and his portrait Time Scout appeared in a PIP magazine memorial article following famed permaculturist Bill Mollison’s passing.