We teach people how to create landscapes that are productive and modeled after natural ecosystems through the workshops, garden raising, events and consultations we offer.

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Observing and learning from nature is the first step to understanding.  By applying some basic design principles, you can create a life that is full and abundance, make significant climate-positive changes and build community while helping to save the planet.

 Learn More About Us

First, you can sign up for our newsletter and notices here. You will learn about our upcoming events, workshops, classes, and permablitzes, new blog posts, and inspiration from people that are doing the things you want to be doing around permaculture and regenerative agriculture on Cape Cod. If you would like a consultation at your property you can go to our Services Page.

Resilient Roots is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3)  non-profit organization. We rely on financial support from across the region to bring you programming and to work with those that need our help. Please help us bring the tools we all need to live in balance with nature and create a resilient and abundant future by making a donation now. Thank you!


Fuller Farm Permablitz

in Marstons Mills

June 12th, 9 AM to 3 PMish


At this hands-on workshop, you will be helping to create a community asset while you learn concepts, skills and techniques that will allow you to create a low-maintenance landscape in your own yard.

We will be working together to bring the garden to fruition. First, we will transform the sandy Cape soil into a vibrant, abundant oasis for life, using local resources.  Then we will demonstrate the techniques you'll need to create a rich, biologically diverse, foundation for trees and shrubs, including what companion plants can be installed to support them. We will teach you how to select plants that attract beneficial insects and enhance the nutrients for your landscape, whether edible or ornamental. 

This is a collaborative project with Barnstable Land Trust who owns the property and Resilient Roots who is creating and maintaining the gardens.

No experience is necessary, we welcome all. A commitment to the full day is required.  Come be a part of launching a beautiful community space.  Pre-registration required. Numbers will be limited.

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Workshops and Events

Resilient Roots holds a variety of events throughout the year.  From gardening to ​mycology to water capture, check out what we have coming up and sign up below if you want to be notified about what's coming up in the future.

We want our workshops and

events to be accessible to all.  If

you feel you can't afford the ticket price please call us. 

Garden Coaching/Consultations

Talk to us about garden coaching and landscape consultations if you are interested in taking the next steps to transforming your landscape into one that that is more eco-friendly or maybe you just need help with what and how to plant.  Send us an email and we can set-up a visit, taking the proper precautions. Check out the Services Page and see more about our offerings.


Want to get your hands dirty, meet great people, and learn more about gardening/regenerative agriculture/permaculture? Join us at a Permablitz.  


They include structured learning for part of the day, along with hands-on practical experience and getting to know your neighbors.  

Check back here to see our schedule for the next permablitz.

If you would like to learn more about our workshops, classes, speakers and permablitzes, sign-up for our event notices HERE.

We created the Victory Garden Blog to help those starting out with vegetable gardens.  Those posts are available on our website  to refer to. 

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What is permaculture and what is a food forest? This video from National Geographic will give you a glimpse into what permaculture looks like in action and how a food forest functions.  

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We acknowledge that permaculture owes the roots of its theory and practice to traditional and Indigenous knowledges and that the land on which we live and garden is the territory of the Wampanoag Peoples, who have stewarded this land for generations.  We thank them for their strength and resilience in protecting this land, and aspire to uphold our responsibilities according to their example.