Urban Agriculture Series: Foodscaping With Nashville Foodscapes

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Urban Agriculture Series: Foodscaping With Nashville Foodscapes says
What is Foodscaping? Creating beautiful landscapes with edible and multifunctional trees, shrubs, herbs, and flowers! Learn about the diversity of edible landscape plants that thrive in Middle TN. This workshop is part of our Urban Agriculture Series and will be led by Jeremy Lekich from Nashville Foodscapes and Compost Nashville. He provides edible landscaping services for Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas. Going beyond sustainability and guided by permaculture principles and regenerative design philosophy, he has helped design and install numerous foodscapes and taught classes on gardening, permaculture, and ecological landscaping. He is passionate about creating resilient, diverse, and low-maintenance food production systems that blend into our everyday landscapes.

When: Saturday April 11, 11:00 AM

Where: Little House Nashville - 208 Elmington Avenue, 37205

How: RSVP here or email connect@urbangreenlab.org. We have limited space for this workshop.

Donations always welcome and appreciated!!
About Nashville Foodscapes:

Nashville Foodscapes' mission is to connect people with their food source by growing food where people live. Their work goes beyond sustainability; rather, they strive to create systems that are regenerative to the earth, the community, and the individual person.

They achieve this by offering creative food solutions through landscaping, creating custom designs of clients’ yards, homes, and living spaces. Their creations allow food to be grown in a way that pleases the eyes and taste buds : a fusion of aesthetics and function in a landscape.

Services include design, implementation, and maintenance of a variety of foodscapes, from a garden bed to grow your favorite veggies to an integrated forest garden with fruit trees, fruit shrubs, vegetables, herbs, edible flowers and mushrooms, and more! Our designs integrate a wide variety of edible, medicinal, and useful plants that work together to feed our clients and the earth.

Check out their website at www.nashvillefoodscapes.com

About Little House Nashville:

Nashville Foodscapes landscaping at Little House Nashville isn't the only green element to this charming and innovative home. It is also one of the first historic homes in the nation to receive Platinum LEED certification. It was selected "Best Green House" by the Magazine of Sustainable Design in February 2011 and has been featured in several magazines for its innovative and charming design, including InsiderLousville, Nashville Ledger, and Nashville's Her Magazine.

Check out their website at www.LittleHouseNashville.com
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