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Permaculture Ideology, Capitalism and an Exit Strategy: what kind of edible landscaping business do you want to build?
With Josh Rosenstein, Owner of Edible Eden Baltimore Foodscapes
- how he structures his teams to bring in more profit
- detailed, real-life numbers from his books to peel back the curtain on foodscaping finances
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What kinds of sessions are presented at the Summit?
In addition to the rest of Josh's session, you'll get:
Business Skills for Foodscapers: Scaling Up and Scaling Down (with Jeremy Lekich of Nashville Foodscapes)
- Garden Club Subscriptions as Alternative Income Streams (with Tiayonna Liska of Carolina Garden Coaching)
- Case Studies in Permaculture (Brandy Hall of Shades of Green Permaculture)
- Edible Eco-system Landscaping: Design Theory and Project Examples (with Zach Loeks of Edible Ecosystem Design)
- And more!!
Who is the Foodscaper Summit for?
- Foodscaping professionals or business owners looking to grow their operations
- New or aspiring foodscapers who are just taking on their first clients
- Professional landscapers who want to learn more ecological practices and expand their plant palette
- Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Graduate ready to take the next step in their careers as designers and installers
- Horticulture students looking to learn more about foodscaping as a career option
- Homesteaders or serious hobbyists who want to monetize their skillsets
What's happening at the Summit in 2023?
The upcoming summit is two completely packed days of learning from foremost foodscaping experts. They get into the nitty-gritty of how their own businesses work, and what you can do to create your profitable foodscaping business. Here are some of the 20+ sessions, panels, and events you can attend:
Chia-Ming ditched corporate life to found Coastal Homestead. Learn all about creating a sustainable financial strategy.
Dig into the differences (and similarities!) between conventional landscaping and foodscaping with Tim, of Hatchet & Seed, who has experience with both.
Learn from Ian, owner and found of Portland Edible Gardens, how you can offer profitable garden maintenance and education services.
You'll attend sessions and live panels on everything from unusual plants to add to edible landscapes, to planting for maximum yield, to how to use Sketchup for project design to best practices for working with subcontractors and so much more. See the full schedule here or get registered today so you don't miss out!Register Now