Join us for this hands-on activity filled workshop to learn how to grow spirulina for food or income. This workshop is a great primer to the craft of growing this super food and setting up your own spirulina micro-farm. Whether you want to grow in your apartment or diversify your farm, this introduction to growing, harvesting, monitoring, and eating your spirulina culture will get you growing! Participants have an opportunity to take home a spirulina starter!


**Registration is limited to 15 people**

Date: April 28th, 10 – 1:30 pm          Cost: $35

Location: Charm City Farms          Instructors: William Padilla-Brown


William Padilla-Brown is a Social entrepreneur, Urban Shaman, Citizen Scientist, Poet, Mycologist, Amateur Phycologist, and a Certified Permaculture designer. William has spent most of his life traveling the world, stopping at such places as The Pyramid of the Sun, Olmec Ruins in Villahermosa and Campeche Mexico, England, France, Taiwan, and various States on the East and West coast of Northern America. William has operated MycoSymbiotics mushroom research and production business for the past 3 years. William was the first english speaking person in the world to develop fruiting techniques for Cordyceps militaris mushrooms. He has educated children and adults on topics varying from Mushroom Cultivation to Nutrition via. various workshops and programs in Pennsylvania, Maryland, DC, and Delaware. William dropped out of High School at age 16 and has since been perusing a non-traditional, independent approach to his higher education. William received a certification in Permaculture from Susquehanna Permaculture, and NGOZI, Studies Noetics via Academy for Future Science, and Alex and Allyson Grey’s Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, and mycology via various North American courses and workshops