04.28.19 // Spring Garden Workshop at Tenderfoot Farm with Keri Evjy // 1-4p

Join Ecological Design and Permaculture teacher Keri Evjy to inspire your spring garden and receive hands-on experience sowing and planning for successions of veggies and herbs all season long. This class is geared for both amateur and seasoned gardeners alike who wish to naturally tune up soil fertility, learn what existing plants communicate about soil health and build a flourishing garden habitat of bio-diversity.  We’ll discuss basic ecological design principles and pattern-based know-how along with needs of common garden annuals and essential medicinals to garden with nature’s cycles for greater yields, habitat and enjoyment.  
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$30-60, sliding scale  **please register in advance for this workshop**
1-4pm
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Please bring: hand tools, shovels, water and snacks 
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Location:  Tenderfoot Farm:  Near intersection of Beaverdam Rd and Wilson Cove Rd, Canton, NC.  Exact location will be emailed upon registration.
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Keri Evjy is a seeker, pathfinder, teacher, healer and an earth dweller committed moved by a deep passion to love life, to be of service and help others cultivate a regenerative relationship with themselves and the earth. Keri owns Healing Roots Design, an edible and medicinal landscape design, install and education business, and the Regenerative Life Design Program, an online embodied permaculture coaching program. She also co-owns Diosas Vegan Nut Cheese, artisanal makers of organic, gmo-free and exquisitely delicious nut cheese and vegan delights for Southern Appalachia.    
To learn more about her work, visit www.healingrootsdesign.com, www.regenerativetraining.com and Diosas Vegan Cheese on Facebook.