Come learn about the land by looking through the eyes of the species that inhabit wild spaces! Join us tomorrow, Saturday, February 1, from 9 to 11 for an ecological adventure walk through the woodlands and the meadows of the Horn Farm Center. Time on the farm will spark your sense of wonder and teach you about all aspects of the land we call home. This month’s focus will be tracking, bird identification, tree identification, and winter survival skills. Find more information and register here: The Living Landscape
We believe that individual actions in great numbers are the way we will make make a difference in these uncertain times. That’s why we focus on sharing the skills and knowledge that empower people to be stewards of the land. We are offering three classes in February and March aimed at people interested in being better stewards of the yards and gardens where they live. On February 29, join us for Native Plants for Winter Interest and Wildlife.
On March 14, we will look at ways to save time and money by integrating native plants as groundcovers in your home garden! Check out: Green Mulch: Native Plants as Groundcovers
Then we will look at ways to manage water during Stormwater Management 101 for Homeowners on March 28.
Become a skilled steward of the land! Learn to feed yourself and your community using farming practices that restore ecological balance to the land.The Regenerative Farming Training Program kicks off in just one month! Over the years we’ve tweaked the name and the curriculum, but this eight month program has been valuable to all who’ve participated. We teach farming practices that restore damaged ecosystems while producing food for our community. Emphasis is placed on learning to see the farm as a whole, highly integrated, agricultural ecosystem. We have started interviewing for this program which begins March 2. Click here to get the details or forward this newsletter to someone you feel might be interested!
February 1 – The Living Landscape
February 5 to 8 – PASA Conference
February 29 – Native Plants for Winter Interest and Wildlife
March 2 – 2020 Regenerative Farming Training Program
March 7 – The Living Landscape
March 14 – Green Mulch: Native Plants as Groundcovers
March 28 – Stormwater Management 101 for Homeowners
March 28 – Foraging Intensive
March 28 – WIldlands – Primitive Skills: The Art of Seeing and the Art of Observation
April 1 – Community Gardens open (weather permitting)
April 11 – Community Gardens Orientation Day
April 11 – Wildlands – Primitive Skills: Shelter Building and Finding Water
April 25 – Wildlands – Primitive Skills: The Ancient Art of Fire by Friction
May 9 – Wildlands – Primitive Skills: Foraging, Hunting, Trapping
May 23 – Wildlands – Primitive Skills: Advanced Primitive Hunting Techniques
Custom Classes & Workshops
See you at the farm!