Categories: Principles, Zones, Urban and Suburban Gardens, Food Forests, Commercial Farming, Home Page Highlight, Live Events
Tags: Trees, plants, berries, bushes, energy, chemistry, science, Vegetables, Cool Stuff, Goats, Food Forest, Seeds, Livestock, Pasture, Business, Farming, Permaculture Design Course, Michael Pilarski, permaculture, agriculture, biochar, mushroom, cultivation, decomposition, foraging, gardening
Apparently, slipping charcoal to your chickens is a centuries old practice for happy chickens and better nutrient retention in the manure.
Categories: Animal Profiles and Husbandry Tips, Chickens
About 20 folks attended. It was cold, sometimes windy. The sun poked out for brief periods, much appreciated. The fire helped.
Image: Biochar Bokashi from Pacific Biochar, part of the workshop.
Categories: Home Page Highlight, Past, Education Resources, Live Events
Friends of Polly Judd Park (1802 W 14th St, Spokane) are moving ahead to install a combination community garden and food forest. This biochar workshop is in support of that intent. Build a fire and they will come.
Categories: Events, Past, Local Projects, Spokane Food Sustainability Projects, Community Food Gardens, Community Food Forest Projects, Education Resources, Live Events
Tags: Food Forest, biochar
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