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We hope you’ll join us for a fun day of learning and fellowship! Here’s the basic plan:

Event time schedule:

 

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Event

Speaker

8:00: AM Coffee’s on!
9:00: AM workshops

Josh Cross: Bees

Parker Holmes: grazing cattle

10:30: AM workshops

Jill Baker: Eat Your Ecosytem weed walk

Andrew: trees

12:00: PM lunch PIG ROAST: bring a side dish to pass, we’ll provide table service and the pig
1:30: PM workshops

Rachel Jamison: old fashioned food preservation

Haven DeZeeuw: Homestead start-up and pastured poultry

3:00: PM workshops Brice Mosher: Soils
4:30: PM hay ride Mark Baker
5:30: PM campfire
6:00: PM
7:00: PM
8:00: PM
9:00: PM

There will be a morning and afternoon activity for the kids! For the morning, please have your child bring a quart or larger size jar as they’ll be making terrarium ecosystems.

Speakers and topics:

Josh Cross is the owner and manager of Cross Apiaries. He raises bees year round, travelling the United States to keep his little buzzers busy and productive.  Check out more of what Josh offers on his website: Cross Apiary.

Parker Holmes served as an apprentice under Joel Salatin and has attended Grazing School. He’ll explain the basics of raising cattle on pasture and show how to set up a grazing area.

Jill Baker is the quieter half of Baker’s Green Acres, an avid student of life, and a certified Ayurvedic life habits coach. She’ll take you for a tour of the weeds on the farm and introduce you to how they can help you thrive in any condition and bring health to your body, mind, and spirit. You’ll get to sample a few easy ways to incorporate weeds into your everyday life.  Learn more about her coaching and Ayurveda can help you: Abundant Living Solutions.

Andrew Cross: Andrew is an avid student of life in it’s various forms and has done quite a bit of horticulture work in tree propogation. He’ll be talking about  plant metabolism, tree propagation, and general botanicals science.

Rachel Jamison is a suburban homesteader, crunchy mom, nutrition nerd, prepper, environmentalist and small business owner. She’s passionate about these things because she has used this lifestyle to not just survive but thrive and heal hersself and her family.    We will cover modern and not so modern methods of food preservation including canning, waxing, preserving in salt and sugar, confit, drying, and more.

Haven DeZeeuw (and many of his siblings) work on their family conventional dairy farm, and are actively looking for regenerative answers to the failed corporate agricultural system.  Haven will be talking about what I would have done differently before starting a pastured poultry operation, the the economics of pastured poultry the first year, and how to connect with and utilize the resources of conventional farmers in order to grow your farm or homestead.

Brice Mosher is a commercial and CSA gardener, using organic methods to grow vegetables on several acres of garden and 3 greenhouses. He’s studied soil management and is continuing to learn while he teaches. He’ll share his wisdom about soils and vegetable production.  Check out more on his webite: Infinity Microfarm 

Mark Baker is the better known face and voice of Baker’s Green Acres. He’ll take you on a grand hay ride tour of our regenerative farm and all it’s facets, answering any questions along the way.

 

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