Sean Kearsey

Sean Kearsey is a Certified Permaculture Designer and Land Steward for Goblins Glen Botanical Sanctuary and Wildlife Habitat. He has designed gardens as part of the Re-Imagining Cleveland Project for Westtown Community Development, and has worked with Parkworks and the Ohio State University extension office. He teaches introductory classes about creating Permaculture gardens, Aquaculture/Aquaponics and maple syrup production at Goblins Glen and at various events throughout Ohio.

Introduction to Aquaponics

Come and explore the basic nuts-and-bolts for mixing aquaculture and hydroponics for healthy food production. A working demonstration model will be presented, along with photos and diagrams of the instructional system at Goblins Glen.

Introduction to Permaculture

This workshop will provide the basic nuts-and-bolts of designing your land for sustainable agriculture and healthy food systems, and observing your land and working with nature to create a healthy community. Attendees will leave understanding the layers of a forest and how they can apply it to a food forest of their own.

Permaculture Projects for Your Home

We will discuss simple projects for your home that help create a sustainable culture. Various gardening methods will be explained, along with rain harvesting, companion planting and composting for healthy soil.

















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