General News · 31st October 2020
Manda Aufochs Gillespie
Friday November 6
1 to 3:30 p.m. …
Join Permaculture & Soil enthusiast Whitney Vanderleest to learn how to make better use of the water on your property and make compost in numerous ways and a general introduction to use bio-char. (This was formerly a bio-char making workshop but due to popular request, this has been redesigned for now with greater emphasis on soil, water, and compost.) Friday is supposed to be a beautiful, sunny day. Don't miss this inspiring opportunity to learn the basics of permaculture to do more with whatever land, soil, water you have to work with. (School bus stop right by house for parents who want to attend.)
By donation (suggested $10 to $20).
Meet 1642 Carrington Bay Rd.
AT the same time.. on the radio (Fridays 1 to 3 pm. and SAturdays 5 to 7 p.m. CKTZ 89.5 FM Folk U Radio: Get Healthy for the Winter with Dr. Maureen Williams, ND)
Don't miss the last Folk U Field Trip of the Fall next week Friday November 13
3 to 5 p.m. …
Getting Knotty with Michael Moore
Getting hung up over basic knots? Learn knots for everyday use and for the beginning (and more advanced) boater. Or handy Cortes Islander.
Location TBD. (Probably Smelt Bay outdoor structure).
Suggested donation $5
Have extra rope? Bring it.