Please join award winning Regenerative Farmers Jacob Johnson and Karla Avila of Flowerdaze Farm who will be presenting at the next Hayfork Cooperative’s meeting on Wednesday, March 21st from 7 to 9 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 State Hwy. 3 in Hayfork. Karla and Jacob will lead a discussion on Regenerative Farming practices that give gardeners the tools to cultivate health and fertility from their own land, including how to build healthy living soils and compost and take care of food and medicine plants with only natural homemade ingredients.
Hayfork Cooperative is welcoming summer with a very appropriate presentation by Hayforker Ryan Tarbell who will be presenting at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 Hwy. 3 in Hayfork, on Tuesday, June 21 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. All are invited to Ryan’s cutting-edge report on the status of organic/ecological no till agricultural production systems. Ryan is a graduate student at Washington State University. His research focuses on cover crop residue decomposition in reduced tillage, organic systems and the nutrient cycling and yield characteristics associated with these systems.
Happy harvest! Hayfork Farmer’s Market producer Ryan will review this garden year, talk about how we can prepare our garden for success next year, and tell us how to make a system of sustainability in our garden and in the greater Hayfork Valley. How perfect for this season and place!
Additionally, local chefs Ken and Gail will give us innovative ways to put our garden bounty to use, making a seasonally appropriate soup for everyone to share throughout the evening.
HAYFORK COOPERATIVE PRESENTS
Time to start
Many Food, Herb and Beautifying Plants
Making your own Potting Soil
Seeding and Nurturing your own bedding plants
TIME: SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2012
SUSTAINABLE LIVING WEEKEND at Bar 717 Camp Trinity. All ages welcome. Great for families! Highlighting organic gardening, homesteading and permaculture. Sustainability is the key to our future and the future of the planet.