Homesteading Practices - 190

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Homesteading Practices - 190


On the first day we will visit two small-acreage homesteads that raise small animal livestock and have grown a significant amount of their household food for over forty years.

The second day will be spent at Tillers campus where we will continue the exploration of additional resources, tools and techniques that have been valuable in the sustainable production of food crops.

In addition to the practical arts of raising crops and animal husbandry the broader conversation of living lives that are grounded in harmony with the other life forms of the planet will be explored.  

  • Saturday, May 19 - Sunday, May 20
  • 9 - 5 pm
  • Tuition: $225
  • Instructor: Jack and Martha Gesmundo
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