The Resiliency Institute Opens Enrollment for 2019 Classes




Early bird registration is open at The Resiliency Institute, in Naperville, for 2019 courses that begin in February and March and meet once a month on a Saturday or Sunday. Students learn how to identify, forage and prepare more than 200 edible wild plants in the Edible Wild Plants Certification course; gain the knowledge and skills to design and install their own edible forest garden in the Permaculture Forest Gardener course; and connect with plant wisdom and learn how to nourish and heal their family with herbal knowledge gained from the Bioregional Herbalism course.

      The Resiliency Institute advocates suburban permaculture by empowering people to live, grow and build resilient lifestyles, landscapes and communities through courses, nature connection, events, outreach and their Growing Food Security program. Each course is limited to 15 students.

 Location: 10S404 Knoch Knolls Rd., Naperville. For more information and to register, visit TheResiliencyInstitute.net.

 

 

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