Cultivating Peace and Sustainability
from the Insisde Out
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Just a quick note about my upcoming workshops. I look forward to seeing you there.
In Peace and Passion,
Deborah Eden Tull
ENERGY EFFICIENCY - IT'S EASIER THAN YOU THINK
ORGANIC GARDENING WORKSHOP
Saturday, May 30, 2009 from 1:30pm - 4:30pm
(held at a private residence)
It's springtime, the perfect time to get your hands in the soil and learn how to
grow your own food! Whether you have a backyard space or just containers to plant
in, whether you're a new gardener or someone with experience, I'm inviting you to
come out for an afternoon hands-on immersion in sustainable backyard gardening.
Topics we will cover:
* creating healthy soil
* building raised beds
* rotating crops
* companion planting
* integrated pest management and how to make your own natural "repellents"
The cost is $35 if you register by May 27th.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR EACH WORKSHOP. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION
OR IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND A WORKSHOP BUT CANNOT AFFORD THE FULL PRICE, PLEASE EMAIL
AN ALTERNATIVE ECONOMY AND TRADE/BARTER ARE OPTIONS.
nABOUT CREATIVE GREEN
SERVICES AND CONSULTATIONS
Creative Green Sustainability Coaching offers workshops and consultations to help
you create a sustainable world "from the inside out."
Please contact Deborah for information about consultations for:
* Home & Lifestyle
* Sustainable Kitchen Transformation
* Organic Gardening
* Green Schools Program
Deborah Eden Tull is a sustainability coach and meditation teacher who has been
traveling to, living in, or teaching about sustainable communities internationally
for the last 17 years, including seven years as a monk at the
Permaculture Design, Bio-Intensive Organic Gardening, and Compost Education. Her
approach to sustainable living is a unique combination of peace and environmentalism
that emphasizes the interconnection between personal and planetary well-being. She
was recently featured on KCRW's Good Food and has also been featured in Yogi Times
Magazine, Larchmont Chronicle, Westside Today, Bicycle Fixation, Coffee Break TV
Show and other publications.