Part 2/3 - Campus-Wide Design and Initial Planting Phase: UMass Permaculture Documentary Series





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Uploaded on Oct 4, 2011

This video focuses on phases II and III of the project:

-Winter 2011 - A campus-wide garden design workshop
-Spring - Early Summer 2011 - Initial Planting.

Backstory: In October, 2010 UMass Amherst transformed a 1/4 grass lawn on campus into a diverse, low-maintenance, edible, educational, and model permaculture garden that is also easily replicable. Learn how this student-led project can be easily replicated and spread to other campuses, institutions... any piece of land for that matter. UMass Amherst is one of the first university's undertaking a project like this, directly on campus, and supplying the food to its dining commons.

Please considering donating to UMass Permaculture! http://umass.edu/give/?a=407

This video Produced by http://www.adaptiveNOW.com


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