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25

Sep

2015

Fall harvest party

Help celebrate the season

Author: Thom
I have come under incredible pressure to host a fall harvest festival party for all of the permies and other friends in the area to be held at our farm, Footehills Farm, in Colbert. You can imagine how much it took for me to decide to do this as I tend to be a bit shy and a real homebody. So, let's do it! Potluck, byob, byos(mile), byod(ish). We will provide some meat, beer, wine, music, puns, and chairs. This year there will feature a new picnic table, benches and a firepit. The date is SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11 from, let's say, 2 until whenever. As always we will have room to overnight if needed. Please try to RSVP so we can get at least an idea of how many to expect. Of course, you are welcome to arrive earlier.
BTW, the pigs and chickens are all excited about the idea as is Chena the Wonderdog, head of farm security. She suggested I mention BYOD(dogbisquit). 
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19

Mar

2015

Equinox permaculture potluck party

Seed swap and sale

Author: Thom
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27

Dec

2014

An ode to winter

How I have learned to embrace winter

Author: Thom
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2

Oct

2014

Spokane Food Policy Council World Food Day Event

Author: Thom
Spokane Food Policy Council is celebrating World Food Day October 16th by hosting a dinner and dance at the Salem Lutheran Church at 1428 W. Broadway.
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26

Mar

2013

Permaculture principles and me

Efficient energy planning

Author: Thom
An ongoing look at permaculture principles and what they mean to one person
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7

Feb

2013

Climate Change

Effects on Agriculture and the Costs of Adaptation

Author: Thom

Extracted from the Executive Summary:   The Challenge

The unimpeded growth of greenhouse gas emissions is raising the earth’s temperature. The consequences include melting glaciers, more precipitation, more and more extreme weather events, and shifting seasons. The accelerating pace of climate change, combined with global population and income growth, threatens food security everywhere.

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