Join us at the Tiny Diner Restaurant for fall outdoor permaculture workshops. Each workshop includes one free beverage ticket.
Tiny Diner: 1024 E 38th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407                th

More Than a Logo: The Foundations of Comprehensive Storytelling

Tuesday, September 15th, 6-7:30pm $15
In this course, we will lay the groundwork for comprehensive storytelling: a means of branding that looks at the visual, written, and performative aspects of an organization. Be prepared to come to class with a pen and notebook/sketchbook, an organization in mind to ground ques- tions in (whether it is your own company, a company you work for, or a company you like/dislike), and general excitement. Taught by Justin Sims of JZS Design. To register click here. 


Permaculture is a process of designing long-living, resilient human habitats and communities modeled after and interwoven with native ecosystems.  Through this workshop, we will survey systems of soil and water management, renewable energy, food and gardening, green building, and community development and focus on the values and design principles that bring them all together.

Information & Resources

  • Urban Farming Resources

    PRI Cold Climate works to build the capacity of our urban farmers. Whether you are working as an urban farmer or simply growing your own fresh foods in your backyard, PRI will continue to provide as much education and resources as possible for urban growers throughout the year.

  • Regional Connections

    PRI is a regional non-profit, and as such, we want to support the good work that is happening in cold climates all over the world, particularly in the upper-Midwest (which we call home.) Below are some updates from local permaculture initiatives that definitely deserve your support. If you are in these areas, please check them out!  Want your events added below? Email LibbyThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get your info listed. Located in or near the Twin Cities? Check out our Community Connections page for local updates.



    INHABIT explores the many environmental and agricultural issues facing us today and examines solutions that are being applied using the ecological design process called 'Permaculture'. Permaculture is a design lens that uses the principles found in ecosystems to help shift our impact from destructive to regenerative. Focused mostly on the Northeastern and Midwestern regions of the United States, Inhabit provides an intimate look at permaculture peoples and practices ranging from rural, suburban, and urban landscapes.

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