On-farm workshops are intended to provide theory, philosophy and practical application for community members interested in ecological design, regenerative practices and whole systems thinking. With the growing interest in self sufficiency and operational resilience, the 2018 schedule includes more discussions with leaders in the field over wood fired pizza made in our cob oven.
Community supported discussions run on the first Thursday of the month from 6-8 and are free but we ask that you bring a topping for the pizza. Workshops run on the second Saturday of the month from 9:30-2 and cost $25.
All events are open to the public but preregistration is required.
In addition to our Regeneration Workshop Series, there will be a few weeks that will involve tree planting, soil & bed prep and two new pollinator gardens. These projects are ideal for larger school groups interested in learning more about food systems and site preparation.
More information may be obtained by emailing Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org or dialing (802) 377-1214
We look forward to seeing you on the farm.
Community Supported Discussions
May 3- Soil Health and Climate Adaptation with Joshua Faulkner
June 7- Pasture Management and Livestock Integration with Jennifer Colby
July 12- Agro-Forestry Systems with Meghan Giroux
August 2- Regenerative Agriculture with Jon Turner
April 14- Grafting and Plant Propagation with John Hayden
June 17- Carbon Conscious Farming with Jon Turner
July 15- Wild-crafting and Herbal First Aid
August 11- Perennial Beds and Pollinator Gardens
On Farm Volunteer Days
April 23-29 Tree Planting
May 14-19 Bed Preparation
June 4-10 Transplanting
The Veterans Homestead Series is designed to engage the veteran population interested in setting up their own home operation. Each event will be held at a different locations in Chittenden and Addison Counties and will be led by veterans in the field. The Series will run from March- September.