Two of Trinity County’s wild edible mushroom experts will both present at the next Hayfork Cooperative meeting on Tuesday, November 18th, from 7 to 9 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 State Highway 3 in Hayfork. Adrien Keyes and Johannas Cody are long-time mushroom enthusiasts and commercial pickers who have generously shared their expertise many times before. This should be a doubly informative, enjoyable occasion with both of them instructing.
Come celebrate autumn’s harvest time and our Hayfork Farmers’ Market with the Hayfork Cooperative on Tuesday October 21, 7-9 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse on 7091 main Street, Hayfork. Despite the terrible drought many of us have produce to “put up” thanks to our own gardening efforts and/or to the new and improved Hayfork Farmers’ Market.
All sorts of folks live in our marvelous mountain valley and its surrounds. Do you wonder what they are up to? One of them, Bruce Gardiner, is a solar gypsy and has traveled to many very far away places bringing his skills and knowledge about the power and diversity of using our sun to power devices for many common everyday needs including solar electricity (photovoltaics), solar cooking, and solar hot water. He also covers improved biomass stoves.
Summertime! Time for summer fun with Hayfork Cooperative on Tuesday July 15 from 7 to 9 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 highway 3, Hayfork. It’s travel and concert time!
Let’s go travel together to a huge and fascinating country where the people make so much of what we use—all manner of electronic gizmos and plentiful inexpensive clothing for starters. This is China of course, a country with a very long history and many places of stunning natural and manmade beauty.
The need for a sustained, cohesive and collaborative strategy for identifying and pursuing broadly-supported natural resource approaches for the county and for the public and private land managers charged with stewarding them had become very apparent.
In the fall of 2012, the Trinity County Board of Supervisors approved the formation of a natural resources and economic development advisory group with two Supervisors, interested stakeholders and federal land managers.
Farmers’ market enthusiast Amanda Macon will describe the improved, expanded and newly located Hayfork Farmers’ Market. The now inviting Hayfork Park, cleaned up by some concerned and helpful residents, will be the new home of Hayfork market. Now it will also include more than a dozen venders, many with their own handicrafts, and all with special expertise. Live music will often be featured too.
In spite of the welcome relief the recent rains brought, California is still in the throes of one of the most serious droughts in history. Could this be the "new normal"? If so, how can we protect our trees.
Join the Hayfork Cooperative on Tuesday, March 18 at 7 pm at Northern Delights Coffeehouse on Main Street in Hayfork for a discussion on drought and trees. Horticulture writer Helen Stone will lead a discussion on drought and trees. We will start from the "ground up", first covering tree selection, planting and aftercare.
Have you ever wondered what the gardens of an Indigenous family living in one place for generations growing their food, beverages, medicines and some other household items would be like if combined with applications of modern scientific knowledge, horticulture tools and technologies also for sustainable living in a place?