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  1. 2017 Permaculture in Practice Workshops at Salamander Springs Farm!Sun, 21 May 2017 15:30:43 +0000
    Clear Creek, south of Berea, KY  Details & registration info below the flier. Learn to rely on local resources & energy, to create fertile, living soil with permanent beds, hugelcultur, contour swales, ponds, rainwater catchment, greywater & spring water systems, perennial food polycultures, 3 Sisters cornfields, no-till staple crops (patterned on Masanobu Fukuokas work), poultry forage, cover crops  Experience a passive solar shower, humanure toilet, solar food dehydrator, earthen floors, building with clay, straw, salvage & local lumber, passive solar tiny house.   Enjoy wild forage, forest medicinals, veggies, fruits, nuts, grains, dry beans & herbs grown, processed, preserved & fermented on the farm.   2017 Workshop Details: July 7-9: The solar food dehydrator at Salamander Springs Farm has been popular in farm tours and workshops.  After 13 years of use and exposure to the elements, its time to rebuild it!  While participants will experience & learn about many elements of a working permaculture farm, the hands-on practicum for the July workshop is your chance to learn how to build and use a dependable solar dehydrator for year-round eating of fruits, roots, veggies, herbs and more!  You will also learn to grow, harvest, dry and process various herbs & foods.  Limited to 10 participants for hands-on learning. September 15-17: This workshop focuses on cycling local resources to build living soils with sustained fertility.  It will include contour farming with swales, permanent no-till beds (including hugelcultur), the 3-Sisters cornfields, no-till grain & bean fields (patterned on Masanobu Fukuokas work), including integration of poultry forages & cover crops.  As rice paddies are under construction, youll learn about those, too.  The September workshop also includes small group practicums (4-6 people/group) based on participant interests.  Past examples have included seed saving, humanure, polyculture food forest, orchard & nut trees, spring water, greywater and pond catchment systems, wild forage, locally-sourced natural building with clay, wood & natural fibers, passive solar building, renewable energy & off-grid living.  Limited to 12 participants for hands-on learning. Registration: Each workshop includes locally-grown, nutrient dense meals, tent camping, evening yoga for those interested, solar shower, compost toilet, spring water, cold tub & waterfall.  Workshops run from 8:30 a.m. Saturday to 4 p.m. Sunday, including some evening activities.  For those coming from a distance, Friday night camping is also available.   Salamander Springs offers Permaculture in Practice workshops at an affordable price with a sliding scale of $175-250/workshop to accommodate folks of lower income.  If youre able to pay the full fee, we are grateful for your support of our mission to make skills available to folks with less financial resources.  Thank you!  Register for both workshops for a $50 discount.  Two work trades are available (email early to apply with a short paragraph about your financial need and goals).  Salamander Springs Farm is entirely off-grid without internet or social media, so registration is the old-fashioned way! Send your name, telephone, email and snail-mail addresses with payment by check via US mail to:  SALAMANDER SPRINGS FARM WORKSHOPS, P.O. Box 354, Berea, KY 40403.  Workshops fill quickly so register early.   To check that openings are available, email first at www.LocalHarvest.org/farms/M5606 (click EMAIL US button on the right), call or text at 859-893-3360.  Registration is first come-first serve with receipt of registration, even if you inquire early.  __________________________________________________________________________ p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 4.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Helvetica; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Helvetica; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} span.s2 {text-decoration: underline ; font-kerning: none} Salamander Springs Farm grows for local markets, stores, CSA shares & Local Harvest's online store. Learn about Salamander Springs & founder Susana Lein in the 2015 permaculture documentary film, INHABIT (translated into 6 languages), thepermaculturepodcast.com, articles in Mother Earth News, Orion and Permaculture Activist magazines, and in online features by organizations for which Lein has taught, including the Stone Barns Center (NY), Cornell Univ. Reduced Tillage Panel, Southern Sustainable Agriculture and North American Biodynamic Association conferences. Lein received her PDC at Crystal Waters Permaculture Village in Australia, worked 8 years with small farmers in Latin America and has practiced permaculture for 26 years. She has taught more than 75 permaculture & natural building workshops, on-farm and for organizations in 9 states and 4 countries. 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  2. Yellow Bird FarmTue, 16 May 2017 05:41:03 +0000
    Small Market Farm on the Sheyenne River Fargo ND hyper local certified organik integrity Premium produce???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? More...
  3. Updates on Green Earth Gardens And Our VeggiesMon, 15 May 2017 20:52:03 +0000
    Updates can be found, via video, at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpx4rpWjMdwC0lM6tLyAOgw Come see exactly what I've got & just how far along things are. The tomatoes, the biggest ones I have, are now going from a green to a yellowish; that shade before the red starts to show up. The yellow squash is flowering a lot & has some squash that are already about an inch long. Be sure to check here and on youtube for updates!! See you good folks soon for some excellent veggies!! Namaste, Green Earth Gardens More...
  4. Spring has definately sprung!Fri, 12 May 2017 13:36:46 +0000
    Glad to have warmer weather finally! Sorry for being out and not posting but had to buy a new laptop. Easier to create posts than on the phone. My first batch of broilers are in the freezer with most of them sold at the market these past few weeks. My laying hens are laying like crazy with all the eggs being purchased by a local store. I have new laying replacements growing up, Rhode Island Red hens and Americanas. Can't wait for more colored eggs! I have quail hatching and they finally started laying eggs. The garden is still waiting for fresh dirt but hopefully next weekend I can plant the transplants I bought. The straw bale garden is doing ok and hope it will grow a little better with all this rain. That's about it for farm life right now. More...
  5. Lots of changesThu, 11 May 2017 16:05:02 +0000
    We apologize for being out of the loop, but boy have we been busy.  We are now at the Phelan Certified Farmers Market on Mondays 2 pm to 6 pm, Wrightwood CFM Fridays 4 pm to 7 pm and Running Springs CFM Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm and we deliver to the Tri Community Coop every other Friday, and our selection includes chicken, turkey, pork, beef and farm fresh eggs from the meat division, a variety of produce coming from the greenhouses and cut flowers being added this season along with hanging flower baskets, every vegetable transplant imaginable and summer produce season starting July 1st from the fields, maybe a little earlier if we are lucky.  Our Pantry Division is fully stocked with our fruit infused vinegars, mustards, jams and marmalades.  Look for us on our new website just starting to fill up at www.moonstruckfarms.com or email us at moonstruckfarms2@verizon.net for more information.  More...
  6. Thank you for stopping by my blog. An update on ....Fri, 5 May 2017 03:05:24 +0000
    opening. It is still full steam ahead on opening on the 15th of this month (May, 2017). We have a plethora tomatoes that are green & that doesn't even count the Everglades tomatoes & yellow pears. Beans are juuuust starting to come in. Picked first of them today (May 4th, 2017); wax beans. Have several varieties (green and purple among them). Hens still laying their delicious eggs for us. Look forward to helping people in the panhandle of Florida eat healthily. More...
  7. Home Farm Herbery's April art Contest winnerMon, 1 May 2017 15:42:13 +0000
    Nicole B of Smyrna, GA has just won Home Farm Herbery's April art Contest. Congratulations. More...
  8. If Alicia Silverstone was naked and telling you all wool clothing was bad, would you believe her?Mon, 1 May 2017 12:57:57 +0000
    https://www.mohair-fiber.com/blog/2017/02/21/if-alicia-silverstone-was-naked-and-telling-you-all-wool-clothing-was-bad-would-you-believe-her/ More...
  9. Shetland Week 2017 Free Pattern AvailableMon, 1 May 2017 12:56:15 +0000
    https://www.mohair-fiber.com/blog/2017/03/11/shetland-wool-week-2017-free-pattern-released/ More...
  10. The Secret to Perfectly Peeled Hardboiled EggsWed, 26 Apr 2017 19:54:33 +0000
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Wayne County Historical Society
  1. WW1 Memorial Plaque at The College of WoosterSat, 13 May 2017 20:32:49 +0000
    The year 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the Unites States of America formally entering World War 1. In Wayne County, Ohio there are few remaining memorials commemorating those killed in WW1 or marking the historical event. Wooster, once reportedly had an WW1 Doughboy statue that stood somewhere in town which has long since disappeared. ... [Read More] More...
  2. WCHS COMMUNITY BAND REHEARSALS BEGIN MAY 17thSun, 07 May 2017 13:25:43 +0000
    The Wayne County Historical Society Summer Community Band (sponsored by an anonymous donor for the Wayne County Historical Society) is looking forward to another summer of fine concerts. This band is an effort to remind us of the bands which many communities had back a century or so ago. The Wooster “Board of Trade Band” ... [Read More] More...
  3. Smithville Historical Society to Present Program on Milk BottlesThu, 27 Apr 2017 10:40:23 +0000
    “Milk Bottles,” a lecture program created by Susan McFadden on the dairies of Wayne County, Ohio and farm-bottled milk industry, will be presented on May 1, 2017 at the meeting of the Smithville Community Historical Society at 7 PM in the historic Church of God on Milton Street. A business meeting will be held prior ... [Read More] More...
  4. WCHS Board of Trustees Motions & March 2017 De-AccessionsFri, 07 Apr 2017 15:44:52 +0000
    The Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio Board of Trustees met for their regular monthly meeting on March 28, 2017 and approved changes to sections, X. DE-ACCESSION PROCEDURE and XI. DISPOSAL, of the Society’s Collections Management Policy. One of those changes allows them to publish the list of approved de-accessioned items (objects released and removed ... [Read More] More...
  5. May 13th – Civil War Living History DayThu, 06 Apr 2017 17:37:53 +0000
    NEWS RELEASE - Wayne County Civil War Roundtable collaborating with the Wayne County Libraries; Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. The Fifth Annual Civil War Living History Day will be held at the Wooster Library in the front yard, the area inside the library front door, and the conference room. ... [Read More] More...
  6. Book Signing at Local Roots on March 25th 10AM-NoonThu, 16 Mar 2017 17:22:07 +0000
    Local Roots, at 140 S. Walnut St. in Wooster, Ohio, is hosting a book signing with author Karol Crosbie for her new publication, Beautiful Wayne County on March 25, 2017 between 10AM and 12-Noon. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go toward supporting the Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio. More...
  7. CWRT: March 24th – Gen. Alvin C. VorisThu, 02 Mar 2017 15:31:51 +0000
    News Release - Wayne County Civil War Roundtable Program, free and open to the public in the Wooster Branch of the Wayne County Public Libraries. March 21, 2017, 6:30 p.m. -continuing with quality programs! Ted Dudra as General Alvin C. Voris I shudder as I think of that awful charge. I could hear the sickening ... [Read More] More...
  8. CWRT: April 18th – Lincoln at Washington CityTue, 28 Feb 2017 19:41:50 +0000
    News Release - Wayne County Civil War Roundtable Program, free and open to the public in the Wooster Branch of the Wayne County Public Libraries. April 18, 2017, 6:30 p.m. -continuing with quality programs! “Lincoln Scholar” Norman Schmidt will speak with slides on President Elect Abraham Lincolns interesting trip to Washington City in Feb. of ... [Read More] More...
  9. Historic Pipe that Caused Mill ExplosionSun, 08 Jan 2017 19:41:21 +0000
    There’s an artifact, #427, in the Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio’s collection that has not been on display for a number of years and sits quietly in a drawer. However, it is among the earliest of artifacts collected for the original 1904 Wooster Public Library Museum which was absorbed by the formation of the ... [Read More] More...
  10. Quarterly Meeting on JAN. 25, 2017 at 6:30PMWed, 21 Dec 2016 15:44:34 +0000
    Join us for the first membership Quarterly Meeting of 2017 at JAKES Steakhouse, 6655 East Lincolnway, on Wednesday, January 25th at 6:30 PM (revised time change). Please note RESERVATIONS REQUIRED BY JANUARY 16th for this meeting, call the WCHS Office at 330-264-8856 to reserve your spot (leave a message if you call after hours). We ... [Read More] More...
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