Introduction to Permaculture – October 15
Permaculture is a practice that is steeped in deep observation, understanding relationships, and designing systems that meet our needs while simultaneously caring for the Earth and providing for future generations.
October – Roots! Now is the time to begin digging roots – as the plants begin to drawn their energies into the ground to store them for winter, we can begin to take advantage of this and dig them up to be used as tasty root vegetables, process and dry them for coffee, tea, and medicine.
Wild Lands Immersion – October 23 through November 27
Wild Lands Immersion – Primitive Skills Fall 2016: Students will gain hands-on experience with basic, pre-industrial, woodland-style survival skills/bushcraft.
Harvest Party – October 29
Join us around the bonfire as we share a potluck dinner to celebrate the abundance of the harvest!
Summer Kitchen Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – November 9
Gardening with Mushrooms – November 13
Join local mushroom enthusiast and educator, William Padilla-Brown, for this extensive workshop, Gardening with Mushrooms. This 7-hour workshop is perfect for gardeners, farmers, permaculture designers, grassroots bioremediators and mushroom lovers.
Squirrel Tail Oven – Bread Baking Demonstration – November 17