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Jonathan Bates of Food Forest Farm: (Workshop) Mediterranean Abundance: Figs & Artichokes in Cold Climates. Saturday 8/25/18, 10-11am


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Jonathan Bates of Food Forest Farm will host this workshop at Shelterbelt Farm.

Suggested donation $20 to $60 per person.

Jonathan Bates

Jonathan has been learning, thinking and teaching ecologically for two decades. He’s co-designed and regenerated dozens of landscapes and lives in the CT River Valley and now in Ithaca area of New York. He helped start and is a board member of the Apios Institute, rents a farm space at Shelterbelt Farm, and is contributing author of the award winning book “Paradise Lot: Two Plant Geeks, One-Tenth of an Acre, and the Making of an Edible Garden Oasis in the City”. Jonathan loves sharing his passion for life with friends and family, and working with folks to better the world we live in.

You can learn more about him, and his regenerative business, including individual and group coaching at

This workshop is held at: ShelterbeltFarm.

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