Turn Your Lawn Into a Real Food Source
Decrease your carbon imprint food needs and grocery bill by growing your own seeds, saving them, sprouting them, and eating them in a variety of surprising recipes.
Aug 24, 2008
from 10:00 am to 03:00 pm
|Where||Corvallis, OR - Institute of BioWisdom at Sunbow Farm|
|Contact Name||Harry MacCormack|
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James Sneed, Organic Farmer at Sunbow Farm
James grew his first organic garden when he was three and gardened and learned with his Grandfather for 20 years. For the last 18 years he has survived in the wilds of Alaska gardening and gathering from the wild. He spent last season on Nash Huber's organic farm in Squim, WA and is now back in Corvallis, his original home base.
Learn from a teacher who has helped people convert traditional yards into food production. Bring a drawing of your yard, a ruler, pencil, eraser, pen and paper. You will leave with a concrete plan created by yourself in consort with James and the class. A workshop for those who really want to have very local food but don't quite know where to start and how to proceed.
- Assessing your yard, neighborhood and self for what will work
- Budgeting for available time, money and tools
- Locating materials and plants, new and recycled
- Low cost maintenance and the right tools
- Harvesting for fresh use and natural storage
- Designing the layout, planning a timeline
Please pre-register/$30 at the door. Bring lunch.
Institute of BioWisdom at Sunbow Farm
6910 SW Plymouth Dr., Corvallis, OR 97333