#FLXpermaculture Tour Weekend Updates

This weekend is an unprecedented series of events bringing together the local Finger Lakes and regional permaculture community.   Friday, 7 p.m. The weekend begins with the free screening of the permaculture movie Inhabit at Press Bay Alley in downtown Ithaca. The … Continued

FLX Permaculture Tour Map Published

The list of sites are published as a directory and as a Google map. Please note that both the map and the directory are organized according to the hours the sites are open to visitors. The map and directory are subject … Continued

Finger Lakes Permaculture Convergence: Call for Workshops & Presentations

We are looking for permaculture-practicing farmers, designers, community activist and researchers to present on permaculture-related topics and hands-on permaculture technique or skill-building demonstrations at the 2016 Finger Lakes Permaculture Convergence.

Permaculture film’s local premier features local practitioners, April 9th (video)

INHABIT will be screening at the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) in Ithaca, New York on Thursday, April 9th. The FLEFF Festival embraces and interrogates sustainability across all of its forms: economic, social, ecological, political, cultural, technological, and aesthetic.

Finger Lakes Permaculture Education in 2015

In 2015 we are offering more accessible, advanced and introductory courses for gardeners, farmers, extension educators, and landowners throughout the Northeast and beyond.

Free Presentation on Permaculture & Our Community Training Course in Ithaca, NY.

The Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute will hold a free public presentation about the Community Training in Ecological Design class. This is is a quick and no-cost way to learn about permaculture, the Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute and how our short, 36-hour course can help you design your land and projects more sustainability.

Community Training in Ecological Design: Ithaca (Winter 2015)

Graduates of the Community Training in Ecological Design (CTED) leave with a new way to see their landscapes and a renewed sense of possibility for sustainable design. Students also walk away with a draft design of their property or project site.

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