People often think of the garden either as a place for wildlife, or as a place to grow food for human consumption. But people are a part of nature, and we can thrive together in abundance. This program will help you create abundant spaces that can feed your family and community, support wildlife, and help heal the living world around you. From creating habitat for predators that keep garden pests in balance to growing native vegetables that feed people and wildlife, alike, tune in for actionable steps to help you make the living world around you come alive with abundance in your own backyard.
Presented by Daron Williams
Daron is a restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and founder of Growing with Nature. He created the Growing with Nature podcast and website to help people grow food, support wildlife, and heal our living world. He has managed the restoration program for a community non-profit, and he currently works for the State of Washington to support Puget Sound restoration efforts. He applies principles of restoration and permaculture to transform his property into forests, wetlands, gardens and more. He loves sharing the joy of growing food with his two young children.
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