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      December 12, 2018

      Wednesday   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (weekly on Wednesdays for 5 times)

      1640 Wisconsin Ave, NW Washington, DC
      Washington, District of Columbia 20007

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      GeoAg Sustainability Workshop - Washington, DC


      Washington, DC Geological Agriculture Training Workshops at the African Union Mission Building in Georgetown.

      Humanity has a new science.

      If you choose, say goodbye to hunger.

      Say goodbye to malnutrition.

      Say hello to permanent access to food.

      Say hello to rocks.

      Guess what? Rocks were never inert.

      What is Geological Agriculture (GeoAg): The study of growing plants in rocks indoor or outdoors permanently without soil and fertilizers.

      About the Workshop: At the GeoAg Workshop you will learn the fundamentals of gardening indoors or outdoors permanently with rocks. Our fall classes focus on using rock to assemble your personal micro-farm at home to enjoy green nutrition indoors year round on a small table; even during the fall and winter.

      Sponsored by: African Union Mission in Washington, DC & Cairo To Cape Town Tour Presented by African Union.

      Who Should Attend? Professionals who focus on sustainability. Big agriculture seeking to reduce fertilizer costs. Non-profits seeking to feed people. Associations seeking to improve public health. Entities seeking to end food deserts. Homeowners looking to eat better at home. Foreign representatives seeking to feed their citizens back home. Leaders seeking to improve nutrition access with their voters. Scientists seeking to explore new aspects of planet Earth. All are welcomed.

      Training Cost: $50 per person, includes copy of the book River Stones Grow Plants; two personal gravel grow training cups to take home with your choice of seed type; access to training videos and 1.5 training course on GeoAg Recycled & Winter Gardening. No payments accepted onsite.

      The book River Stones Grow Plants by Richard Campbell shares his family’s 25 year study about GeoAg with contributions from Tennessee State University and George Washington University. Available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon for $40. Download the PDF for $20 at Purchase the book for personal and home use. Email to request business options, training, certifications or speaking engagements. See hundreds of photo on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @TOSOILLESS

      What are the Benefits of GeoAg?

      Every household can have permanent access to nutrition
      No soil needed
      No fertilizers needed
      Over 50% less watering
      90% less weeding
      Improving organic ecosystem
      Durable, scale-able, and sustainable
      Grows many plant types and varieties
      Drought resistant
      Indoors or outdoors use
      Attractive and adaptable

      Cost: Payment required - Advanced ticket required.

      Categories: Health & Wellness | Technology

      This event repeats weekly on Wednesdays for 5 times:

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.