Food Forests for the Home Garden
with Jessi Bloom, author and ecological landscape designer, NW Bloom EcoLogicial Landscapes

Thursday, February 1, 2024, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
$10 AHS members/$15 non-members



Have you wanted to grow your own food but found it is too much work and takes too much of your time? Join Jessi Bloom as she discusses permaculture concepts that employ design strategies from nature, so you can grow easy edibles that are low maintenance, resilient, and sustainable. Plant and enjoy the harvest from your edible landscape for years! Bloom will cover basic food forest design and share about her favorite low maintenance perennial edibles. Please note, per the instructor’s request, this program will not be recorded.

Jessi Bloom is an ecological landscape designer, author, and teacher based in the Pacific Northwest. For over twenty years, she has innovated and emphasized awareness of permaculture, sustainable landscape design, construction, and land management through her business, NW Bloom EcoLogical Landscapes. Bloom has authored four books on topics such as permaculture and creating sacred gardens, and she is published in the New York Times, Better Homes & Gardens, Fine Gardening Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and Mother Earth News.