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Join the S.B. Permaculture Network in celebrating the life and work of Bill Mollison, who founded the movement that aims to create sustainable agriculture by mimicking the patterns of nature. The evening begins at 7 p.m. and includes the films In Grave Danger of Failing Food, the first film ever made about permaculture, and The Global Gardener and An Australian Biography, which both focus on Bill Mollison’s work. The event takes place at the S.B. Library (40 E. Anapamu St.) on Thursday, December 13, for a donation of $5. Call 962-2571 for more info.

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