Natural Building Workshop

Saturday May 28, 1-6 pm   Natural Building Workshop


Have you wanted to learn more about natural building but not sure how? Here’s your chance!

Get hands-on with natural building techniques like cob building and dry stack walls with local natural building expert, Josh Koppen. Workshop will take place at Possibilitarian Garden, 2913 E 117th St, Cleveland. All participants will gain hands-on experience with natural building, and will take home materials, tools and inspiration to continue their learning.

Workshop investment of $50 includes take-home educational materials.

Click on the ticket URL to register in Eventbrite.

About the Instructor: Josh Koppen is an expert in Natural Building and an accomplished coordinator in urban gardening and landscape installations. A graduate of the Natural Building Intensive Program and Permaculture Design Course at the wonderful Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont, he stayed on with the organization as an employee until the winter of 2008, when he moved back to the Cleveland area and joined Earth Day Coalition as a core consultant to the NatureHood Program. His expertise in native plants and permaculture design is only rivaled by his love of music and building community. He quickly found kindred spirits at the Green Triangle and has been an active member and director ever since. He has served as President since 2013.

This workshop is made possible with generous support from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, in partnership with Green Triangle & Possibilitarian Regenerative Community Homestead (PORCH).

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