Resilient Agriscaping

Resilient Agriscaping Invites You to Our Free Classes

Life just got a lot busier for me! In order to fund the development of Sabbatical Ranch I'm launching Resilient Agriscaping. It's all about helping you achieve your ultimate, elegant, edible landscape. I'm pleased to announce a few free introductory classes, both online and off. You'll love what you're going to learn!

Agriscaping Technologies Founder Justin Rohner will be joining me live for the kickoff webinar on Thursday, March 2nd, at 6:30 pm MST and will share what sets Agriscaping apart. Please join me for:
Agriscaping principles go beyond simply planting vegetables, fruits and other edibles in your existing landscape. It includes elegant landscape design, weed and pest control, microclimates and more. It also teaches how to work within HOA and city regulations to have a beautiful and productive yard where hyperlocal food is produced. Learn how the Agriscaping movement is changing the landscape by attending our free live webinar!
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We hope to see you there!

Or join our free webinar on Composting and Soil Building, Thursday, March 9th, at 6:30 pm MST: 
It’s been said that every good vegetable gardener or farmer is a good soil farmer first. Soil must be constantly fed and repaired each season in order to be healthy and productive, or it becomes barren dirt. Part of soil health is improving the overall soil biome and ecosystem to minimize the migration and damage of pests on plants. Learn how to improve soil health to have more productive and healthy plants by attending our free live webinar!
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Or join me live and in person for a free class in Sierra Vista on Saturday, March 11th, at 10:00 am:
Spring is right around the corner, and we’ve been getting all sorts of questions about spring gardening. You will learn how, what, when and where to plant – including how to create a sun-oriented design. We’ll also discuss the best varieties for spring gardens. Sign up for our free live workshop in Sierra Vista. Seating is limited, so RSVP today!
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We hope to see you at one or all of these classes!

Here's a quick teaser video: Living Soil & Fertility.
A healthy soil microbiome leads to healthy plants which leads to healthy animals and healthy people.
Also see our related blog post: Marvelous Microbes!?

Resilient Agriscaping's goals are 1) to improve your access to food that is chemical-free, nutrient-dense, and forage-fed through more regenerative local production of native or adapted edible, medicinal, and beneficial plants and animals combined with water harvesting and 2) to bring about resiliency by transforming landscapes into elegant, edible gardens easily managed with the help of technology, education, and professional support.

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