Upcoming Webinars

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Join our upcoming live webinars to learn about Regenerative Agriculture with Native Plants, a way of growing high yields with little input and maintenance, while restoring beauty and local ecology. We decided to make this FREE and open to everyone upon receiving requests.


Click here to attend Webinar 1, @ 5pm PST on Saturday 4/29

Click here to attend Webinar 2, @ 5pm PST on Wednesday 4/29
                                                           @ 10am PST on Saturday 5/2


Or use the meeting ID 892-9756-9556 on Zoom.

See you there!

Webinar I
Wed, 4/22, 5pm  PDT or
Sat, 4/25, 10am  PDT 

Webinar II
Wed, 4/29, 5pm PDT or
Sat, 5/2, 10am PDT 

We appreciate if you send an email letting us know that you will attend, but we won’t be enforcing RSVPS! [email protected]

Our focus with this method of producing food is to restore ecosystems and generate high amounts of diverse and nutritious foods with minimal input. We try to emanate and manage our local ecology in order to achieve this with minimal input.

Whether you are new to gardening and agriculture, or you have experience in permaculture, agroforestry, etc., our objective is to empower you and provide new (and very ancient) tools to keep observing and working with nature — a work that is much needed these days.

Alrie Middlebrook, who will facilitate the webinars, will draw from permaculture, regenerative agriculture, indigenous food systems, and most of all, ecological thinking. In this webinar series, we will discuss the main principles and ways in which we have applied this method, based on our experience (mainly in urban/suburban California and rural Ghana) as well as some current hypotheses and working theories we have developed.

🌎 This is meant for everyone that lives on Earth!

The first webinar will be more beginner-friendly, whereas for the second one, we will assume that everyone has some basic knowledge on ecology and sustainable agriculture

This is relevant for everyone, whether you live in California or not, since we will discuss the main principles and components that can be applied anywhere (and how we applied them in Ghana).

By participating, you are also tremendously helping the work we do with our non-profit, California Native Garden Foundation.

Let us know if you have any questions!