Free Rainwater Harvesting and Water Solutions Workshop Feb. 22 in WV

San Isidro PermacultureImagine that in your routine life here in the US you suddenly couldn’t use any of the water sources you normally use: your tap, your hose outside, the water at restaurants…

This happened in early January in 9 counties in West Virginia and is still happening.

With a mission of service to the Appalachian and Piedmont regions, the We Are All Farmers Permaculture Institute is humbled and glad to co-sponsor this Free Rainwater Harvesting and Water Solutions Workshop Feb. 22 at Rock Lake Community Life Center in South Charleston, WV.

10 – 10:15 Brief Welcome
10:15 – 12:15 Jeremiah Kidd, San Isidro Permaculture on Active Rainwater Harvesting per Skype
12: 15 – 1:15 Lunch Break
1:15 – 2:00 Brian Koser on Water Filtration, Water testing & Water Emergency Prep
2:00 – 2:30 Local WVians present on rainwater harvesting/filtering) they have been doing (Sir Justyn Marchese, Scott McMillian, Tomi Bergstrom, etc.)
2:30 – 4:00 Christina Diamond on Passive Rainwater Harvesting and Greywater Systems
4:00 Wrap Up and Thank You’s


When: Feb. 22, 10 – 4, with a break for lunch from 12:15 – 1:15

Where: Due to the size of the potential audience we have moved the event directly across the street from Rock Lake Community Life Center to
Rock Lake Presbyterian Church
905 Village Drive
South Charleston, West Virginia 25309  to their sanctuary.

For more info., call 704 592 2557 or email

More about Jeremiah and water: Lots of great information on his deep experience here>>>

More about Christina and water: Christina Diamond has studied permaculture with Geoff Lawton and Andrew Leslie Phillips. She obtained a certification in Water Harvesting from the Watershed Management Group in Tucson, AZ. She studied horticulture and environmental science at the State University of New York at Cobleskill and holds an MA in Intercultural Studies from Nyack College. Christina has worked as an energy auditor and is certified by the Building Performance Institute as a Building Analyst and Envelope Professional. Christina has worked as an agricultural and environmental consultant for six years in New York’s Hudson Valley.

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