Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
I would like to thank the Community Gardens of Glenwood Springs and the El Pomar Foundation for sending me to The Colorado Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute in Basalt. It is also known as CRMPI.
What most people don’t know is that this is the longest running permaculture course in the world, celebrating its 25th birthday this year.
This course is beyond inspirational, it is life-changing. It is a design course that examines all the ways in which humans have created ways to live on the planet.
Permaculture is the answer to creating permanent culture and agriculture with the Earth in a way that one does not destroy the other.
The Community Gardens is a wonderful first step in gaining a foothold for townspeople to learn to connect with growing their own food. Thanks to this wonderful little town for participating.
Garden manager, Community Gardens of Glenwood Springs
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