I have had to make the decision to cancel the cob oven workshop out at the Farley Center for July 11th and 12th. One person had officially signed up as of today, and seeing how there is a massive amount of work involved prior to the workshop to get the platform built, materials found and hauled, etc., I have decided to cancel it. Any one who has sent in a check (one person as of today’s mail) will be refunded asap.
The medicinal properties of Monarda aka bee balm will be the topic of discussion for this installment of the herb garden gathering. Swing on by!
Wednesday 6/24, 6-dusk.
There will be light weeding so please bring water, bug spray, and a favored tool. There are tools available as well. No prior gardening experience needed. We look forward to visiting with you!
Location: 3919 Gray Road, DeForest
Take the Windsor Road exit off Hwy 51 and drive about a mile. Turn left onto Portage Rd. Drive about 1/2 mile. Just before you get to Gray Road, turn onto the grass “driveway” (just past the pine trees). Please do not park in the Token Creek Eco-Inn asphalt driveway.
Bee balm – Monarda fistulosa
June 18th; 6-7:30 pm
At a mature Permaculture Site outside of Verona on Hwy. 92.
We will be focusing this visit to Martin’s land on his Natural Built Environment. He has been a Natural Builder for many years and is taking his time to offer up some basics on how he did it, the wood on his land he used, etc., etc.
If you are interested in going please e-mail Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org or text her at 608-213-2230 for specific directions.
We will be joined by some of our current PDC students after their class and then everyone is invited back to the Farley Center for a campfire. The Farley Center address is 2299 Spring Rose Rd. You could join us for just the fire also.