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The Citizen Gardner Program has finally made its way to North Texas! This program is a class designed to help every-day and beginner gardeners design, plant, and maintain their own organic backyard gardens while also giving back to their community.Class participants will learn how to create their own productive organic vegetable garden in the right place, with the right soil, at the right time, and with the right plants. The class will be led by the knowledgeable and experienced AustinPermaculture instructor Dick Pierce with assistance from local backyard gardeners. Once the class is completed, a donation of 10 additional hours with the Citizen Gardener program certifies participants as Citizen Gardeners. This enriching experience can help fuel future individuals and organic community gardens in neighborhoods throughout the Metroplex.

September 9 – Free Teacher Training in Dallas. 6 pm- 9 pm. Prerequisite: Must have previously taken a Citizen Gardener course.

September 10 & September 11- East Dallas:Work and learn in a community garden in Dallas. $30.

Schedule: Classes are limited to 30 students.

Citizen Gardener Class #2:

DATE: Saturday and Sunday September 10, 11, 2011

TIME: 8:30am to 1:30pm each day

PLACE: 7446 East Grand, Dallas, TX (Promise of Peace Community Garden) Fee: $30 unless you have taken the Fort Worth class and are assisting with the Dallas class in order to become a teacher. Then it is free. If this is your first class, it is $30 with a discount for early registration.

Again, Register and pay in advance here:

CG Teacher Training Class Must have taken one CG class before taking teacher training. And maybe need to assist in class before you can start teaching yourself. Nevertheless, you can be a teacher after this week-end. We will need teachers to keep this program going.

DATE: Friday, September 9, 2011

TIME: 6:00pm to 9:00pm

PLACE: 7446 East Grand, Dallas, TX (Promise of Peace Community Garden) but we will move to a meeting room TBD after an hour in the garden. Fee: Free Again, Register and pay in advance here:

Coming UP Austin’s Citizen’s GardenerProgram is coming to DFW in late summer, early fall. Austin has a one-day(or two half-days) program that gets its people gardening in community gardensand in their own yards. The cost is a reasonable $30 and ten hours of your timeto help with other classes. Dick Pierce, Permaculture and organic gardeninginstructor, is coming to this area to get us started. When he leaves us, we needteachers who can take over the program. So please come take the class if youwant to teach or come take the class if you want to grow organic food. Dateswill be available here later in the summer. DFW needs this. Please participateand help us get it rolling.

David Howard Working atKalachandji’s Community Garden, Dallas

Dallas-Fort Worth, NorthCentral TexasDFW Permaculture Events

Fall Permaculture Introduction Permaculture instructor Patricia Allison bringsanother great Permaculture class to DFW. Class is 2 days long and will be heldin the White Rock area of Dallas. Class is from 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday, October 8, 9.

Skill BuildingClasses. We have lost many of the skills that we need to prosper in energydescent. Others skills are new with new technologies that will make what couldbe a trying time better for us all. Come learn. Come share yourskills.

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