Easy Peasy Edibles: Growing Your Own Food
Thursday, May 6, 2021
FREE class held ONLINE via Zoom*
About The Class
Have you always wanted to grow your own food but felt overwhelmed about getting started, or finding the time to manage the amount of work you thought it might take? Join award-winning landscape designer Jessi Bloom to learn simple, basic permaculture concepts that employ design strategies from nature—enabling you to grow easy peasy edibles that are low maintenance, resilient and sustainable. Prepare to conquer your concerns and plant an edible landscape that will provide delicious food for years to come!
Email Registration Required
This Savvy Gardener class is being held online using the free “Zoom” video conferencing platform. To register, you must provide your name and email address to email@example.com in advance, in order to receive the link to join the class.
*How Zoom Works
If you haven’t used Zoom before, this video provides a nice overview of what to expect and how to get started (if you wish, you can skip her preamble and start watching the steps at the 1:12 minute mark).
About a week before class, you will receive an email with the Zoom class link. Be sure to check your inbox (and your spam filter too, just in case) for this email. If you still haven’t received it on the day before class, contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 206.362.8100.
On the evening of the class, use your desktop computer, a laptop computer, a tablet, or a smart phone to click the link in the email we sent you to join the class. We recommend doing this about 5-10 minutes before class (the Zoom “room” will open at 6:15 pm) to allow for any last minute technical adjustments.
You will be able to see and hear the presenter and her slide show, and you can ask questions through the chat feature. Your privacy is assured: attendees are not be able to share audio or video.
About Our Presenter:
Jessi Bloom is a best-selling author, award-winning ecological landscape designer, and speaker. She owns N.W. Bloom EcoLogical Landscapes, based near Seattle, which is known as an innovator and leader in the field of permaculture, sustainable landscape design, construction and land management. Jessi’s work has been recognized by government agencies and industry organizations, and makes headlines in national media. She lives near Seattle with her two sons on their permaculture homestead, which is full of functional gardens and rescue animals.