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Social Permaculture: A Case Study

Social Permaculture: A Case Study

USU Extension Sustainability and The Resiliency Hub are hosting a webinar with Alyssa Reynoso Morris, a co-author of Pedagogy of Permaculture and Food Justice on July 30th at 5:30pm Mountain Time. She'll be discussing an example of her work in Social Permaculture in the Dominican Republic.

Registration is free and open to all, but please consider donating to our presenter for sharing her work via Venmo @AlyssaSpeaks or through Cash App $AlyssaSpeaks. If you'd like to participate, select "going" on Facebook and answer the questions that follow, or send an email to

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