Classes

May 5th ~ Spring Foraging

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Come learn how to identify and sustainably harvest various wild plants on the landscape. In this class, participants will take foraged ingredients and turn them into a simple and delicious meal. Lead by David Browne. To register email [email protected]

Cost: $25 per person (kids come free)
2 PM - 430 PM

May 14th ~ Spring Tonic Medicine Walk

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Join us as we walk the land and meet the wild and wonderful medicinal plants, and make them into a power packed  Spring tonic. 6:30 - 8pm . $15

May 18 & 19 ~ Cob Oven Workshop

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Since the miraculous discovery of fire...the hearth has been the central component of thriving community life. Tending fire and cooking together is a lost ritual that we would like to reclaim. Using clay, sand , rocks and other supplies from the land, we will build a cob oven / hearth together. Be prepared to be barefoot  and have a blast ! Hint- you'll be using your feet as well as your hands . This is a two day continuous process. 10 am - 4 pm Saturday and Sunday. Suggested Donation $25 . To register email [email protected]

Please bring a bag lunch and refillable water bottle

"Starting a Medicinal Herb Farm from Scratch" presented at Pennsylvania Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) Conference Presentation

Feb 7, 2019