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Edible Landscaping

February 19, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Fruits, Nuts & Berries in Your Own Backyard!

Learn what and how to plant a Garden of Eden in your back yard to live a more sustainable life.

Discover the best trees and bushes for turning your yard into a delicious beautiful landscape. Join us to learn about cold-hardy, low maintenance, productive and tasty plants you can grow at home. Many of these uncommon fruits are as handsome as they are delectable. You will leave this lecture excited for your future abundance.

Jacob Holzberg-Pill’s work as an educator has centered on agroecology, nature connection and holistic land stewardship. He holds graduate degrees in Education and Forest Ecology, and most recently co-founded Dig In Farm, facilitating regenerative agriculture programs for young people. He loves growing harvesting and eating fruits, nuts and berries. Lately he has been enjoying working to perfect his flourless chocolate cake recipe and tracking foxes in the snow.

Refreshments donated by the Skinny Pancake, The Mill Market and Deli and home-made refreshments by Branch Out Burlington! volunteers.

Free parking, check out our website for details (www.branchoutburlington.org)

Branch Out Burlington! is a group of volunteers who help plant and care for the trees of Burlington. Our goal is to promote a vision of a city graced by a variety of beautiful and healthy trees, and a citizenry actively involved with the perpetual expansion and preservation of our urban forest