Regenerative Design & Edible Landscaping Presentation September 5th

Ethan Roland

Ethan Roland of AppleSeed Permaculture studies and practices regenerative design in all corners of the world.

Kismet invites the public to a FREE presentation by major Caliente! Silent Auction donor Ethan Roland of AppleSeed Permaculture on Sunday, September 5th from 6 to 8pm in the Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn Resort, 2760 Main Street, North Conway, NH.

Drawing from direct connection with nature, Permaculture gives us a set of principles and patterns for designing homes, businesses, and gardens that increase the health of the local ecosystem. Please join us for this introductory presentation on the abundant world of edible landscaping – from basic permaculture practices to specific fruits, berries, vegetables, and flowers that you can grow at your home. Join us to envision a low-maintenance landscape full of delicious food, and learn the first steps to creating it in your community.

An AppleSeed Permaculture Plan for Sustainability will be a featured silent auction item at Caliente!: An Evening of Dancing to Benefit Kismet Rock Foundation, October 23rd at Salyards Center for the Arts in Conway, NH. This donation valued at $4,000 will provide the auction winner an ecologically sustainable plan for the development of their home, farm, or property according to permaculture design principles. The plan focuses on permaculture land-use design to regenerate and enhance the ecological and agricultural health of the land.

Permaculture Design for abundant edible landscape.

Ethan is a permaculture designer, teacher, and researcher based in the Hudson river valley. He studies and practices regenerative design in all corners of the world, from the wild apple forests of Kazakhstan to the tropical monsoon ecosystems of Thailand. Ethan builds resilience for local and global communities through the design firm AppleSeed Permaculture and is redesigning the field of higher education through the degree-offering institution Gaia Northeast. He holds an M.S. in Eco-Social Design from Gaia University, and blogs his research on and ecosystem investing and carbon farming at