This month we will be hosting a perennial plant swap at Oak Street Garden (where Victoria st meets Oak st). Bring some perennials (flowers/herbs/veg) that need dividing and take some home! If you don’t have any perennials to share, bring a dollar or two to donate- all proceeds will go to KASSI. Where: Oak st.… Continue reading Perennial Plant Swap!
This month we plan on sitting around the picnic table at Oak street garden to talk about how our summers have been going with our gardens and permaculture projects (past, present and future). Please come if you want to enjoy a casual evening of discussion. Feel free to bring a friend! Where: Oak street garden… Continue reading Permie get-together at Oak Street Garden
You won’t want to miss this month’s gathering! We are honoured to have Wild edibles expert Barbara Roch lead a foraging walk at Edible Forest Farms, in Inverary. Join us at 6 pm, where Barbara will take us on a walk around the property and help us identify wild plants and herbs. Please bring a friend, the… Continue reading Wild edibles walk
With the busyness of summer upon us, we decided this month we would have a general business/ideas meeting. It’ll be held at Carlyn’s house, and this year, she and her husband, Miguel, got rid of their front lawn and put in a fenced-in hugelkultur type raised bed, some raspberries and an apple tree. They were able to make… Continue reading July business meeting/front yard garden tour
Hello fellow-permies, Join us Wednesday June 28th at the Kingston Utilities water garden for a talk by Barb Danielewski on water conservation! As per usual, please bring along a friend or two. Where: Kingston Utilities water garden -1211 John Counter Blvd (we will meet at the picnic table at the edge of the parking lot)… Continue reading Water Conservation
Andrea and Justin Hilborn of Fat of the Land Farms will be giving a talk on off-grid living. Topics will include: Off-grid living: Use of solar panels in their home Harvesting solar dollars: Capturing solar energy in grass and converting it into meat Solving an energy problem with community: Utilizing Two Rivers Food Hub for freezer space… Continue reading Living off-grid
Nathan Manion, from the department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s university, will be presenting a talk about the practical theory, techniques and design of Edible forest gardens. (Please click on the link below for more information!). Where: MacIntosh-Corry Hall, Queen’s university, Room D216 When: June 7th, 6:30 pm Cost: Free edible forest poster
KASSI Community Seed Garden: We’re growing our Community Gardens Michelle and Bob at Edible Forest Farm have kindly invited us to grow out some of our seed collection at their farm We need your help to plant and maintain these gardens We will plant on Saturday May 20 at 9 am Work bees will be… Continue reading KASSI Invitation to help at our Community Seed Garden
Our April Event will be an introduction to community food forest gardening in Kingston. Kingston recently passed a policy allowing food forests to be started in a similar manner to community gardens. Our talk is going to focus on establishing generic food forests and what would need to be done in Kingston if you were interested… Continue reading Community Food Forest Gardening!
March meeting: Grafting information session! In March, Permaculture Kingston will be having an introduction to grafting presentation lead by Bob Chambers and Nick Laan. They will briefly talk about two different ways to graft: whip grafting, and bud grafting. They will show some short videos and discuss several topics, including the many tools used for cutting and mending grafts,… Continue reading Grafting information session!