Hello world!

Welcome to the web site of the Alchemical Nursery project! What can we create together towards a sustainable future…?


We have recently installed WordPress software after the demise of our previous website due to technical difficulties. We’re in the process of editing and creating the initial pages and content of this website. You can register an account and then write posts and share information on our site – see our About page for our Vision and Mission which contributions should adhere to. Please be respectful.

Contact us at info [at] alchemcialnursery.org or or the Alchemical Nursery page on Facebook.

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Anyone have extra pieces of plywood you're looking to offload from a recent project, extra that you have no room to store? I volunteer to come take them off your hands! We are looking for scrap pieces to complete the sub-floor in our attic so that we might have better storage and safety in the space. Let us know! ...

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Make your 2016 "$1 for Permaculture" donation ($1 per month equals a $12 donation, more if you can) at:


Make your 2016 $1 for Permaculture donation ($1 per month equals a $12 donation, more if you can) at www.networkforgood.org/donation/ExpressDonation.aspx?ORGID2=45-0594407

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Good day out in the green gardens of Syracuse - 610 Gifford St Community garden in the morning, and afternoon at Rahma, with the United Universalists Youth Leadership Conference volunteers. ...

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Salt City Sorcerers: Alchemical Nursery article on Jerk Magazine

An article about the Alchemical Nursery Project which shares some background history, an overview of founding and ongoing intentions, and some outside perspectives.

Alchemical Nursery members believe that integrating permacultural methods will save energy, eliminate waste, and pave the way toward increased sustainability and self-sufficiency. The organization’s efforts also focus on providing an economic and social catalyst for urban areas by weaving agriculture into Syracuse’s inner city.

Read more here: http://www.jerkmagazine.net/salt-city-sorcerers-alchemical-nursery/