Monthly Guild Gathering – Camp Fire Restoration Project
Come to the monthly SF Permaculture Guild gathering Wednesday, June 5th from 6:30 P.M. – 9 P.M. to connect with values aligned allies in mutual support and celebration of our collective permaculture work in our fair city.
On the first Wednesday of every month, the San Francisco Permaculture Guild meets at Impact Hub San Francisco 1885 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103
People will arrive and network from 6:30-7pm, and the meeting goes from 7-9pm.
We have a special guest presenters – Katrina Zavalney of Aranya Solutions and Matthew Trumm of the Camp Fire Restoration Project
Aranya Solutions purpose is to enrich the quality of life within targeted economically challenged and developing areas and develops systematic changes with a focus on localization serving as a bridge to resources and providing necessary infrastructure.
On November 8, 2018, the town of Paradise, California was destroyed by a massive fire. Apparently started by power lines, killing over 80 people and destroying almost 14,000 homes, this was California’s most disastrous fire. The recovery process will take years, but the work has already started.
The Camp Fire Restoration Project aims to organize boots on the ground technical, educational, and financial support and demonstrate methods of recovery that work with the needs of nature and humans through applying permaculture and other ecological restoration methods.
The goal of The Camp Fire Restoration Project is to support landowners and private and public agencies in environmental and community restoration in the areas affected by the devastating Camp Fire in Butte County, California
Impact Hub San Francisco is at the corner of 15th and Mission, 1 block from 16th St / Mission BART. Entrance is along Mission.