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Dine & Discuss June 2017: How Permaculture Will Save the World

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Gus von Roenn, founder and executive director of Omaha Permaculture, spoke on permaculture, sustainable and healthy food accessibility and promoting biodiversity on reclaimed urban lots.

Omaha Permaculture is a nonprofit group that aims to create “a replicable model for growing food crops with minimal input and minimal labor.” They provide affordable, nutritious food by growing it on previously unused city land.

To find out more about the group and how to get involved, visit omahapermaculture.org.

Dine & Discuss is LWVGO’s monthly informal lecture series, held on the last Monday of every month at 5022 S. 108th St. 

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