KPI Discussion List

Welcome to the Kansas Permaculture Institute discussion list.  This e-mail group will allow you to communicate with other permaculture practitioners and enthusiasts in the Central Great Plains Bioregion, to get announcements for lectures, workshops, useful information and events.  This is a private group and is moderated to control unwanted solicitations and spam.

The Kansas Permaculture Institute's purpose and mission is to foster a community of farmers and urban gardeners whose focus is the development of ecologically sustainable living, production of healthy food, conservation of energy, community education and the sharing of skills and labor with the vision to create self-reliant communities. We embrace the permaculture ethic and are committed to creating a sustainable and ecologically viable way of life.



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Rev. Michael Dowd to speak in Lawrence - two weeks from now Michael Almon 5/4/18
East Aster is 94% Funded thanks KPC-Dev! arensbpa 5/2/18
transforming head scratchers or head-scratching transformation? dave-agi 4/30/18
Laura Odel 4/29/18
Non-GMO Alfalfa robingoff714 4/29/18
Tree Planting Party for Cinco De Mayo (5/5) sjlambert 4/25/18
Discussion Threads on KPI Website b.p.greenmanfarm 4/25/18
Initiative to Regenerate Our Soil | KCMO arensbpa 4/20/18
Has sunny, spring weather FINALLY come to Kansas? Must be solar cooking time! sashabanksova 4/19/18
chemical-free alfalfa arensbpa 4/18/18
Saving the fruit blossoms Carol Barta 4/17/18
Transforming Capitalism Lab Tonight! Dbilbrey 4/16/18
EVENT THIS SATURDAY – Your brain is needed. Joy Ellsworth 4/13/18
You are invited... PDC Design Presentations on 4/18 Lehrman's 4/10/18
Looking for David Bilbrey... Joy Ellsworth 4/9/18
Update: Transforming Capitalism Lab Date & Location Dbilbrey 4/8/18
Free Hackberry Matt Schwabauer 4/6/18
reasonfest this weekend in Lawrence; Saturday afternoon sessions may interest dave-agi 4/5/18
Fwd: Funding farmers to tackle climate change David Yarrow 4/5/18
How can I help? Laura Odel 4/3/18
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