Event Details

12

Jan

2016

Chestnut Cultivation

Increase nutrition in your food forest using chestnut trees.

Author: Annie M

Take look at this website for detailed info re: cultivation of chestnut trees.  The article includes site selection, planting instructions for direct seeding or starting seedlings in pots, maintenance of your orchard, deer control strategies, pest and pathogen info, fertilization and watering requirements.  They also list some other websites for further information. 

Here's a You Tube video. It covers food value, timber value, feed value for livestock, medicinal uses.

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22

Feb

2015

Change in Start Time: We'll Begin at 1:00PM LEARN HOW TO BUTCHER A CHICKEN

Demonstration and Hands On Practice in Butchering a Chicken.

Author: Annie M

Join us February 22nd (4th Sunday meeting) at 1:00PM for a hands on workshop.  Cara Hagar will demo how to butcher a chicken.  Anyone who wants to (and brings a chicken to butcher) will have a chance for hands on participation. The workshop will be held at the home of Pat and Andrea Johns. If you bring birds to butcher please withhold food for 24 hrs prior to butchering. It's important for the crop to empty prior to butchering. Do not withhold water. 


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3

May

2014

New Farmers' Co-Op Kick-Off Dinner

Free Kick-Off Dinner

Author: Cara

Please join us on May 3rd for a catered dinner, as we officially kick-off the newly formed cooperative growers association.   Over the past 6 months a group of local farmers and ranchers have been working together to form a cooperative association supporting local food production and sales.   Small producer?   This is the place for you! 

Please see the attached pdf fliers for additional information and the number to call to RSVP for the dinner (required).  We'd love to see you there.

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6

May

2015

Growing Edible/ Medicinal Mushrooms

Author: Heidiopolis

Hey everyone,

I am brand new to Spokane, and to the Spokane Permaculture site. Im happy to have found it :] I have been interested in growing edible/ medicinal mushrooms for a few years now. I just moved to Spokane this past winter, and do not have a lot of connections here yet. I am looking for free/ cheap sources of substrate, particularly hard wood chips, sawdust, and logs (oak, beech, alder, maple, etc) and straw of any kind (wheat, oat, rye, etc). I am also interested in connecting with other folks who are into mycology, whether it be foraging, cultivation, mycoremediation, etc.

Please respond if this is of any interest to you, and let me know what kind of connections/ resources you have!

Hope everyone's having an awesome spring :]

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May

2015

Lease Your Lawn Cooperative Farm

How It Came About, Where We Are, & What It Means To You

Author: merlinuhl


HEY YOU!!!

 

What do riding a bike, 100 acre farming and community based industry have in common?

EVERYTHING!!!

Learn how exercise will produce large volumes of local, organically grown, nutritious food while being an industry model. If you are passionate about low cost solutions that address poor health via poor nutrition, food deserts, and underserved people come be amazed by what is being done and where it is going, with a whole new look at farming as a green bio industry.

Bruce-Ruhl Design will present on LYL CoOp Farm, a decentralized bio-powered urban agribusiness in the city limits on:

Friday, May 1st at 5:30pm

 at WSU Riverpoint campus in the Student Affairs Center room 147.

Lecture title is: Lease Your Lawn Cooperative Farm: How It Came About, Where We Are, & What It Means To You. The lecture is academic in nature intending to be 35-45 minutes with a Q &A session to follow. This event is campus-wide, free, and open to the public.

Visit www.spokanelylcoopfarm.wordpress.com

 

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