Herschberger Permaculture garden/Community Garden Park Forest/Naperville Project
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Herschberger Permaculture Project, Community Garden, Naperville Permaculture Project
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  • Property extends to far shrubs.
  • Permaculture principles include mimicking nature. Example: the veins of leaves.
  • Sheet mulching(covering the grass) includes soil, manure, straw, and compost. Paths are wood chips.
  • PERMACULTURE means planting PERENNIAL FOOD SOURCES to decrease annual labor and provide effortless fresh food.
  • Provides food for any wildlife and fresh organic food.
  • This garden has expanded tremendously and its success has echoed through communities.

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  • 1. PERMACULTURE PROJECT Herschberger: Peotone, Illinois “From Food Desert to Food Forest”
  • 2. PERMACULTURE • the development of agricultural ecosystems intended to be sustainable and self-sufficient. • originally referred to "permanent agriculture" BENEFITS Permaculture design allows us to improve the quality and productivity of our individual lives, our society and our environment. It means we can eat healthy food and live in healthy communities. We can increase yields, reduce or stop pollution, reduce energy consumption and turn our ecological impact from a negative to a positive.
  • 3. Backyard: Food Desert 2006
  • 4. LAY OUT DESIGN
  • 5. SHEET MULCHING = Less labor!
  • 6. Adding seeds to start vegetables and other plants for first season harvest.
  • 7. An EDIBLE ECOLOGICAL garden.
  • 8. Grapes, lettuces, arugula, greens, spinach, asparagus, herbs, peppers, and more!
  • 9. Delphinium in chamomile garden
  • 10. GREENS!
  • 11. Herb Garden
  • 12. Ripening Blackberries & Raspberries
  • 13. Raspberries
  • 14. Red Currants: Jam/Pies!
  • 15. Peaches
  • 16. Guess!
  • 17. Concord Grapes
  • 18. Blueberries
  • 19. Mustard Greens
  • 20. St. Irenaeus Community Garden Park Forest, Illinois
  • 21. St. Irenaeus Community Garden Park Forest, Illinois
  • 22. COMMUNITY GARDENS: BENEFITS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Improves the quality of life for people in the garden Provides a catalyst for neighborhood and community development Stimulates Social Interaction Encourages Self-Reliance Beautifies Neighborhoods Produces Nutritious Food Reduces Family Food Budgets Conserves Resources Creates opportunity for recreation, exercise, therapy, and education Reduces Crime Preserves Green Space Creates income opportunities and economic development Reduces city heat from streets and parking lots Provides opportunities for intergenerational and cross-cultural connections
  • 23. Permaculture Project Naperville, Illinois
  • 24. Permaculture Project Naperville, Illinois