Welcome to the Edgewater Permaculture Society website!
"E.P.S is dedicated to promoting edible landscaping and sustainable human environments."
Please come help us organize Edgewater Earth Day 2013. Next planning meeting November 29th at the Leisure Services Office at Hawks Park. firstname.lastname@example.org or 386-957-4734 for more information
Edgewater Community Garden Meeting Wednesday Oct. 10th at 2:30. At the Edgewater Leisure Service Office on the corner of US1 and Turgot.
The Edgewater Permaculture Society will be hosting its 5th annual Fall Garden/Plant Swap Party at Hawk's Park on the corner of US1 and Turgot Ave. November 10th from 10am-12pm. This is a free public event. Bring anything garden related to trade with other local farmers and gardeners. Suggested items (but not limited to: seeds, healthy plants, garden tools, yard art, chimes, bird feeders, hoses/sprinklers etc.) Free drinks and snacks, free coloring books and stickers for kids, free locally adapted seeds, door prizes and more! We will also be working in the new Edgewater Community Garden at that time putting in cold crops and expanding the xeriscape area, and the farmers market will be going at at that time as well!
For more information email email@example.com or call 386-957-4734
Edgewater Permaculture Society's Business of the Month for October 2012 is
World Art Studio by Sculptor Peter Wolf Toth. Mr. Toth is a true artist in every sense of the word. Please look into his work ''Whispering Giants'' Currently there are 74 in the 'Trail of Whispering Giants'. You can also buy one of his original works from his Gallery here in Edgewater at 102 Arthur Ave. (On the corner of US1 and Arthur) His gallery is a fascinating place to explore and definitely worth stopping by. Normal hours are 11-4. You can call for an appointment 386-795-0291
If there is a local business you would like to nominate for Business of the Month please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit Edgewater ReUseIt. Your online Free-Store! Brought to you by the Edgewater Permaculture Society.
EPS Plant Project- If you are a resident, not for profit organization, community organization, etc. in Edgewater or the surrounding area in need of locally adapted seeds, cuttings, plants, or information regarding the care of the following plants please email us at email@example.com with your request. We distribute these locally adapted seeds, plants, cuttings, and information for their propagation and care, free to qualifying applicants (so far it's been to anyone who asks), in an effort to create a more sustainable Edgewater. These plants are not to be used for resale.
Available free of charge from E.P.S. for October 2012- Japanese plum tree seedlings, American elder plants (elderberry), Spanish peanut and black bean seeds, basil plants, ground cherry plants, lemon grass, Bidens alba seeds and plants, luffa sponge seeds, oregano and rosemary plants. (*list updated monthly, offer based on availability, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.)
For a full list of plants we are propagating for distribution in Edgewater so far please see our 'e.p.s. plant project' page .
EPS at 'Here Comes The Sun' photo by Karen Mancuso Photography