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As we plow further into this waste culture it is critical that we unlearn and share new tools of global healing that return us to a more sustainable way of life.


The Green Education Center is dedicated to teaching sustainable classes to help connect people with the planet we all share.

Upcoming Events

  1. Fire Cider Workshop

    February 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  2. 2019 Permaculture Design Course

    March 1 @ 4:00 pm - May 26 @ 5:00 pm
  3. Introduction to Permaculture

    March 1 @ 4:00 pm - March 3 @ 5:00 pm
  4. Homesteading

    March 22 @ 4:00 pm - March 24 @ 5:00 pm
  5. Edible Weed Walk with Andy Firk at Kashi

    March 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Plant fruit trees!!

February 24th, 2017|

Action: Plant more fruit trees Why? Many benefits come with planting trees in general. Trees are an important part of nature, mainly because they provide a much needed element to humans, oxygen. The removal of trees has been a big problem recently in the world. Since 2000 about 2 million square kilometers

How to make Compost Tea

April 18th, 2016|

As an organic gardener, I am always looking for ways to add fertility to my garden. One of the fastest and most effective methods I have found is the addition of compost tea. What is compost tea? Compost tea is an aerobic water solution that increases microbe population found in compost along

How to make free biochar

March 29th, 2016|

  Biochar is produced when plant matter (leaves, trunks, roots), manure, or other organic material is heated in a zero- or low-oxygen environment. The carbon the organic material had previously absorbed via photosynthesis is thus captured in solid form; the resulting biochar can take the shape of sticks, pellets, or dust. When


April 14th, 2014|

Epazote is a popular Central American herb used by native Mexicans since antiquity. Its strong musky flavor gives unique taste to Mexican and other Latin American cuisines. Its young shoots and leaves used like vegetable in soups while mature, pungent leaves used as digestive and carminatives in bean, fish and corn dishes.