Saplings for Schoolyards - Carrboro High Forest Garden

A campaign by Whole Tree Permaculture

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Successfully funded on May 2, 2016
  • Contribute $25 or more

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    A faerie-blessed hazel wand, useful in dowsing for springs and casting spells of green growth, remembrance and joy...use wisely, with great power comes great responsibility.

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  • Contribute $75 or more

    Limited to 7 Contributors

    A 45-min phone or in-person consultation on edible landscaping, permaculture, appropriate technology or functional magic, the choice is yours...

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  • Contribute $250 or more

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    Half-day Permaculture Consultation with Whole Tree Permaculture (Macon and Scotty). We will help you plan the food-scaping of your yard, with species recommendations, locations and tending information to help transform your lawn into abundance!

    WNC or Piedmont Region (with some flexibility)

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  • Contribute $500 or more

    Limited to 3 Contributors

    Song circle event, hosted by the creators and tenders of Singing Alive Appalachia, in the WNC area within one year (flexibility around scheduling). We will come to your community and teach songs, share magic and deep breathing and bring all participants a little closer, in the old way...

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  • Eliza Rose April 20, 2016

    Happy to be the contributor that pushed you over the edge to reach your goal! This gift is part of my birthday ~gift back~ to the community which has augmented my growth and blossoming in such a sweet way. This initiative will inspire many bright young sprouting souls to reimagine the way they think about food and medicine. I look forward to helping to plant these seeds and spread the permieLight in future Saplings for Schoolyards tours. Much love to you all!

  • Whole Tree Permaculture March 22, 2016

    Go trees grow!