"A Permaculture Response to Climate Change": Talk by Peter Bane

  • Rockford Chapel 515 President St Yellow Springs, OH, 45387 United States

Did you know that soil is the largest terrestrial carbon sink, holding more carbon than the atmosphere and forests combined? The newest weapon in the fight against climate change might be right under your feet. Join us for this engaging talk to learn more!

Peter Bane is a native Illinoisan who grew up in the university city of Champaign-Urbana. A frequent speaker and conference presenter, he is the author of "The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country," and has published Permaculture Activist magazine since 1990. Familiar with tropical and temperate systems in North America, Hawaii, and the Caribbean, Peter has taught more than 1500 students in 80+ courses spread widely across the US, Canada, and as far afield as Chile, Argentina and Trinidad-Tobago, for more than 20 years. He holds the Diploma of Permaculture Design for teaching, media, and community service from both the Permaculture Institute - USA (2014) and the British Academy Worknet (2005).