Rainwater Harvesting 101
Saturday, April 29 • 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Halfway House Permaculture Learning Center, 1165 Perini Rd., McKinleyville
Summer is a good time to get catchment systems ready for fall rains. This workshop will cover Rainwater Harvesting basics like retrofitting used olive barrels and attaching them to a rooftop gutter. Learn all the parts, tools and techniques you’ll need. $10 to take in all the information – as of April 24, we can’t offer the $80 option for a take-home rainbarrel. Space is limited, so let us know if you want to participate. Click the Add to Cart button below to register.
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Humboldt Permaculture Guild on Facebook
Cooperation Humboldt/Transition Humboldt
Transition McKinleyville on Facebook
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Arcata/Mad River Transit Routes
Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District
Land Use – Central Humboldt Co.
Tsunami Inundation – Arcata North Quadrangle
Tsunami Inundation – Arcata South Quadrangle
Tsunami Inundation – Eureka Quadrangle
Tsunami Inundation – Fields Landing Quadrangle
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Fruits of the Humboldt Bay, a comprehensive guide to fruits and berries growing in the North Coast region, edited by permaculturist Sean Armstrong
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Favorite Wild Natives, compiled by Lost Foods Nursery’s Monty Caid