Workshop

Food Forest Workshop at Wild Thyme Farm

Event Date: 
04/29/2011 - 7:00pm - 05/01/2011 - 3:00pm
Event Location: 
Wild Thyme Farm
72 Mattson Road
Oakville, WA
United States
Phone: 360-273-7117

Food Forest Workshop at Wild Thyme Farm
Weekend of April 29-May 1
Cost: $160 early bird price, see below for pricing structure
Register soon! Space limited to about 20 participants.

Spend a weekend at a dynamic permaculture site learning the tricks of the
trade!

Location

Wild Thyme Farm
72 Mattson Road
Oakville, WA
United States
Phone: 360-273-7117

Canning Workshop

Event Date: 
04/21/2011 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220 10th and Madison
Seattle
United States

Description:
Learn to preserve the summer's bounty and stretch your grocery dollars by canning your own produce. Learn about canning equipment, how to can safely, resources for recipes and instruction and recommended tips from a pro. Demonstration of water bath canning seasonal fruit will be included in class.

Cost: $20

About the Instructor:
Jessica Dally is an experienced instructor who teaches a variety of classes, such as cheese making, soap making and even an MSF Motorcycle instructor. She is passionate about making change and growing community.

Intended Audience:

Location

Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220 10th and Madison
Seattle
United States

Backyard Chickens: No Rooster Required

Event Date: 
04/12/2011 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Event Location: 
Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220 10th and Madison
Seattle, WA
United States

Backyard chickens provide great-tasting, healthy, environmentally responsible eggs, plus plenty of entertainment, even in the middle of the city! Learn the basics of keeping chickens in your backyard, from biology to buildings, in this introductory workshop.

Instructor Jenifer McIntyre, a trained biologist and behavioral ecologist, has a backyard flock of her own and has taught many workshops in the past to share her enthusiasm for the topic. She will guide you through the essential topics to get you well on your way to raising some backyard chickens of your own.

Topics include:

Location

Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220 10th and Madison
Seattle, WA
United States

Cheese Making Workshop

Event Date: 
04/07/2011 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220
Seattle, WA
United States

Cheese Making Workshop

General Description: Learning to make feta will give you the building blocks for making more difficult cheeses like cheddar, gouda, and brie without requiring any special equipment. Feta is easy enough for beginners to make and complicated enough to be the next step for someone wanting to expand their cheesemaking knowledge. You’ll come away with knowledge of more complicated cheeses, as well as easy recipes for mascarpone, mozzarella and gouda, and a taste of some homemade feta!

Location

Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220
Seattle, WA
United States

Mason Bees for Pollination

Event Date: 
03/03/2011 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Event Location: 
Jackson Place Co-Housing
800 Hiawatha Pl. S
Seattle, WA 98144
United States

Native, non-aggressive mason bees can dramatically increase fruit yields while improving the entire city ecosystem. In this class you’ll learn how to be successful in raising mason bees and will receive hands-on experience with harvesting mason bees. Instructor Dave Hunter has been working with mason bees for nearly 20 years and helping gardeners become more aware of pollination requirements. He recently launched www.crownbees.com.

Location

Jackson Place Co-Housing
800 Hiawatha Pl. S
Seattle, WA 98144
United States
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