Sep
23
2:30pm 2:30pm

FREE EVENT! Garden Bedtime Stories: cleaning up and readying your garden for winter with Wendy Milne)

Not extending your season? Part of a seasonal community garden? Join Wendy Milne in the cluck! garden for a conversation about ding the best by your garden while it awaits your return next spring. Wendy will cover clean up, soil enrichment and all manner of tucking in.  Bring your questions, concerns, success stories and enthusiasm. 

FREE, appropriate for all ages
This is a drop-in event, but please let us now you are coming! and, if you have a particular topic or question in mind, we'd love to know in advance. 

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Sep
24
11:00am11:00am

Snowbees: How to set your bees up for a successful winter with Cindy Holt

Winter can be a hard time for bees and even harder for beekeepers as we wait for spring to reveal how our hives fared. Setting your bees up for winter success is a crucial part of managing bees. RI beekeeper Cindy Holt will talk turkey with you about your bees going successfully into and through this coming winter. Topics will include robbing, feeding, bee health, queen health, ventilation and security. Bring your questions and your ideas. This will be a wide-ranging discussion aimed at building your confidence and increasing your hive's chance of survival. 

COST: 15 dollars per person (13 and up) under 13 free if accompanied by paying adult PLEASE PRE REGISTER! 401 274 1160

 

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Sep
24
4:00pm 4:00pm

Makin' Bacon! with Jim Baptista

In this demo class, we’ll cover the basics of smoking bacon at home from pork belly preparation and food handling, through safe curing and smoking of the final product -  that Salty, Sweet, Meaty, Chewy, Crunchy homage to the ingenuity of our distant ancestors, Smoked Bacon.  Along the way, we’ll look at smart pork belly procurement, techniques for prepping the pork belly,  some simple and complex smokers, bacon facts, myths and misnomers,  and, of course, there will be smoked bacon (and we will eat it).

Jim Baptista has been grilling and smoking meat, bacon and sausage at home  for five years.  Jim lives in the ‘West’ West End and is searching, not only for the perfect martini, but for the perfect martini bacon.

$20, 13 and up. pre-registration is required. 

 

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Sep
17
2:30pm 2:30pm

CANCELLED It's not over yet! The fall and winter garden (with Wendy Milne)

Yes, summer is winding down, but that does not mean your garden has to be put to bed just yet. Some of the loveliest vegetable gardens are those planted for the return of longer, cool nights. Now is the time to plant for an extended season. With the right planning and some supplies, you'll even be harvesting greens for your holiday table. Come find out the how and the why of multi-season gardening right here in our own urban oasis.

All ages welcome, $15 for 13 and up (under 13s are free as long as accompanied by an adult)

Wendy is a cluckster! instructor favorite. She was virtually born in a garden. She lives there still (except when she teaches for us). Don't miss her visit.

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May
10
to May 19

CHICKS 2017 : OUR LAST BATCH FOR spring 2017 IS HERE !!!!

Heritage breed, sexed chicks provided by  small hatcheries we trust. Multiple arrival days are planned and will be announced as soon as we know more-but you can expect Brahmas (light, dark and buff), Golden Buffs, Speckled Sussex, Barred Rocks, Golden Laced Wyandottes and Blue Andalusians. Later in the season, we hope to add straight-run chicks from some local breeders and farms we love. So keep your eyes open for cuteness and your ears ready to hear the sweet cheep cheeping of your new baby hens. Pullets from our farm will be advertised over the summer (in case cuteness is not your thing). 

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Apr
30
2:00pm 2:00pm

Chicken Keeping 101

Join Providence chicken keepers Nicole and Leo Pollock for a fun, feathers-on class in starting a small flock. Suitable for anyone considering keeping chickens for the first time as well as those who may need a refresher. Although this is suitable for those not living in an urban context, time will be spent addressing the requirements of local chicken ordinances. But don't worry, you can ask all the weird chicken questions you want: your teachers won't mind-in fact, they'll probably like it.

$10 (ages 13 and up) Kids free but must be accompanied by paying adult)

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Apr
8
10:00am10:00am

RHODY GOLD LAUNCH

Come celebrate the launch of The Compost Plant's 'Rhody Gold' bagged compost line! Cluck will have 1 cubic foot or 1/2 cubic foot bags available, and The Compost Plant crew will be on hand to answer all of your composting questions. The perfect way to get out of the house, support local businesses, and kick off the spring gardening season!

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Apr
5
6:00pm 6:00pm

Chicken Keeping 101*

Join Providence chicken keepers Nicole and Leo Pollock for a fun, feathers-on class in starting a small flock. Suitable for anyone considering keeping chickens for the first time as well as those who may need a refresher. Although this is suitable for those not living in an urban context, time will be spent addressing the requirements of local chicken ordinances. But don't worry, you can ask all the weird chicken questions you want: your teachers won't mind-in fact, they'll probably like it.

$10 (ages 13 and up, kids free but must be accompanied by paying adult)

 

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Mar
28
6:00pm 6:00pm

POSTPONED, new date TBD Home Composting Workshop: LET IT ROT!

Let it Rot! Part magic (but mostly science) home composting is what all the cool kids are doing these days. Really. Think about it-you create a local-to-you system that reduces landfill waste and turns your kitchen scraps into garden gold. It's a win-win.

Find out how to be your own alchemist with Leo Pollock, one of the two brilliant guys behind RI's own Compost Plant (http://www.compostplant.com). 

$10 (13 and up) Please pre-register by email drakeATcluckri.com or callus at 401 274 1160

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Mar
19
2:00pm 2:00pm

Wait...WHAT AM I DOING? planning ahead for your best garden ever (or "evah," as we say in Rhody)

Yes, we know: you've been meaning to get that notebook out and start counting backwards from the last frost date, deciding on what you are planting and when.... But, you know, there has been a lot going on. You bought some land, you had a lot of visitors over the holidays, you've got a new lamb coming, the ducks are being unruly, the seed catalogs have been serving as coasters and you have to fix that tile in the bathroom. Oh, wait..that's our story. But you probably have one too. Consider this the "no excuses" class. We'll get you planning NOW so you'll be ready THEN. Join us for some inspiration, take home some motivation and a copy of "Week by Week Vegetable Gardener's Handbook." Trust us, the tile will wait. 

$30 (included book) 13 plus (children free with adult) Pre-registration required.

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Mar
19
11:00am11:00am

BEE THE CHANGE 2017: Boxing Day: a build-your-hive-with-others brunch

Join your neighbors and fellow beekeepers for our annual hive building event. We'll have tools, know-how and extra pairs of hands (along with some tricks of the trade). You'll bring your woodenware and we'll matchmake! Find out where your fellow beekeepers live, swap stories, share concerns. Novice and experienced beekeepers are welcome to attend as are those who want to lend a hand and find out more about the beekeeping buzz! 

Bring your woodenware,* your friends, your dog, we'll bring coffee and treats. Bring laughter. And bandaids. 

FREE-but please pre-register so we can plan accordingly

*haven't purchased your supplies yet? Call us and we'll process a phone order and hold it til (Bee) Boxing Day. 

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Mar
18
11:00am11:00am

CANCELED BY PRESENTER (we are so so sorry) : Thinking outside the Box: an intro to top bar beekeeping

Join Mark Gostkiewicz and Naomi Niemann of Tri Gable Lea Farm for a friendly introduction to backyard beekeeping using top bar hives. Mark and Naomi are adding treatment-free bees to their diverse micro farm in Colchester, Connecticut. This is a suitable program for anyone considering beekeeping for the first time as well as those experienced on traditional Langstroth hives who would like to see a top bar in person. They will talk about the pros and cons of both top bar hives & Langstroth hives and you'll be able to ask questions about the equipment involved and get an overview of the year-round joys of keeping bees in your back yard, forrest, or roof-top garden.  Complete hives will be available to purchase, and Mark and Naomi will take orders for custom hives as well. 

FREE!

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Mar
5
2:00pm 2:00pm

Chicken Keeping 101*

Join Providence chicken keepers Nicole and Leo Pollock for a fun, feathers-on class in starting a small flock. Suitable for anyone considering keeping chickens for the first time as well as those who may need a refresher. Although this is suitable for those not living in an urban context, time will be spent addressing the requirements of local chicken ordinances. But don't worry, you can ask all the weird chicken questions you want: your teachers won't mind-in fact- they'll probably like it.

$10 (ages 13 and up) Kids free but must be accompanied by paying adult)

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CLUCK BOOK CLUB
Feb
19
to May 21

CLUCK BOOK CLUB

We are delighted to announce our first book series,

"WONDER"

A journey of discovery while the earth sleeps

(Feb 19th-May 21, 2017, Sundays at 4:30)

 

The Books: 

Gods, Wasps and Stranglers

The Secret History and Redemptive Future of Fig Trees

Mike Shanahan

 

A Buzz in the Meadow

The Natural History of a French Farm

Dave Goulson

 

The Hidden Life of Trees

What they Feel, How They Communicate

Peter Wohlleben

 

Flying Blind

One Man’s Adventures Battling Buckthorn, Making Peace with Authority and Creating a Home for Endangered Bats

Don Mitchell

 

So much of what we do every day revolves around the practical-the things we all need to do to grow our gardens and keep our chickens and bees. There are so many deadlines: last frost/first frost, pea sowing, garlic planting, potato harvest, cover crop, chick days and bee package pick-up, our honey harvests. Meanwhile, behind the calendar, beyond the seasons’ relentless demands on those who plant and raise and husband, there is the steady, gentle mystery of nature-a mystery over which we have no stated dominion yet for which we are critical stewards. WONDER takes us on a journey through four such mysteries while the earth sleeps and we wait breathlessly for spring.

 When: Sundays at 4:30 on Feb 19th, March 19th, April 23rd, May 21

Where: Cluck! Farm and Garden, 399 Broadway, Providence 02909

 

How to Register: call 401 274 1160 or email drake@cluckri.com

(preregistration required and space is limited)
Books available at cluck starting January 8th.

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Feb
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

'From little seeds' starting your garden indoors with Wendy Milne

Seed starting for beginners and more advanced gardeners.  Learn how time, temperature and light effect how your seeds succeed. Be plant ready when Spring arrives! Wendy Milne was practically born in a garden or, as she says “my mother started me raising veggies as an infant.” Come find out (some of) what she knows.

$10, pre-registration recommended, space is limited

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Feb
15
6:00pm 6:00pm

'From Little Seeds'- starting your garden indoors (with Wendy Milne)

Seed starting for beginners and more advanced gardeners.  Learn how time, temperature and light effect how your seeds succeed. Be plant ready when Spring arrives! Wendy Milne was practically born in a garden or, as she says “my mother started me raising veggies as an infant.” Come find out (some of) what she knows.

$10, pre-registration recommended, space is limited

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Jan
18
5:30pm 5:30pm

An Evening with the authors of The Independent Farmstead

 

Cluck! Farm and Garden Supply, Southside Community Land Trust and Bell Chapel

present

An evening with

Shawn and Beth Dougherty, authors of

The Independent Farmstead

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

5:30-7:30 PM at Bell Street Chapel,  5 Bell Street, Providence

Spend an evening in a lively conversation about growing soil, biodiversity and nutrient dense food with grass fed animals and intensive pasture management. 

The Independent Farmstead (Chelsea Green, 2016) focuses on the importance of developing true interaction between all the resources of a small farm- from animals to humans- in order to make the land, its residents and its production the best they can be. Simultaneously irreverent and deeply serious, this book is a true how-to for those seeking to develop and manage a piece of land (however big or small) through regenerative farming. Books will be available for sale before and after the event and are available in advance at cluck!, 399 Broadway, Providence.

Southside Community Land Trust works with NOFA/RI to offer training and technical assistance to beginning farmers who are managing livestock or are interested in doing so.  Come meet NOFA/RI’s livestock program coordinator, Ben Coerper of Wild Harmony Farm in Exeter, and hear about his experience with livestock farming in Rhode Island as well as the educational resources available to beginning farmers in our communities. More information about SCLT’s beginning farmer training program is available by contacting Laura Bozzi, laura@southsideclt.org.

FREE and open to the public.

 

 

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Jul
23
2:00pm 2:00pm

We be jammin'! preserving fruit with Wendy Milne

Apple Thyme Marmalade, Peach Melba Preserves, Rosey Apple Jelly, Caramelized Onion Jam...sound good?  Come and learn basic Jam and Jelly making techniques.  We will cover fruit preparation and how to use different Sweeteners...or none at all!  We will make 2 recipes in class and you will be able to take home a jar of your own.  Wear clothing that you would wear to cook in, or bring an apron,  it can get messy!!

$15 pre-registration is required, class size limited.  call us today at 401 274 1160 to reserve a spot for you and your friend. 

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Jun
4
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wriggle into composting with Ben Goldberg FREE (with pre-registration)

If you discover that your neighbor is feeding food scraps to worms kept in a bin under the kitchen sink, and you have no idea why anyone would do such a thing, then it is time for you to attend a free workshop this weekend.  You will learn the who, what, when, where and, most importantly, the why of worm composting. We guarantee you will be smitten by these engaging and industrious creatures that along with human beings have a plan to reduce waste, to create soil, to feed plants in a healthy and non-toxic manner, and generally improve the lives of living creatures everywhere. GMO organisms excluded.

SPACE IS LIMITED so please pre-register here: rhodeislandwormfarmers@gmail.com

About your instructor: Ben has been making worm bins and composting food scraps with worms since 1995, and making composting toilets since 1985.  He does worm composting workshops, and offers worm bin rescue and tech-support services.  He lives, and has a woodworking and tinker shop in Leverett, Massachusetts.

 

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Apr
24
1:30pm 1:30pm

Permaculture Providence: Annual Plant Swap

 

 

Excited about Permaculture?! 

Thrilled to be back in your garden?!!

Please join us for our signature Spring event ~ The Plant & Seed Swap! 

Bring seeds, starts, saplings - whatever you have on hand that you've got too much of (like clover seed? Mint? sun-choke roots?). 

Then it's one big swap! (We'll draw straws to see who picks first from the pool of baby-plants)

Enjoy a talk about integrating permaculture into your Spring garden.

Then we'll all leave with plenty of plants to plant!

Even if you don't have plants or seeds to bring - still come!  Those of us with "swapables" will have more than enough to give away.

Register online at: 

permacultureprovidence.com

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Apr
9
12:00am12:00am

Postponed due to illness, date TBD WORMS MATTER

 

Join Steve Croteau from Babbling Brook Farm at cluck from 12-2 at his worm composting pop-up event. Steve will share (some of) the secrets to his success and you’ll have the chance to buy his products. Steve uses worm castings exclusively on all the herbs he grows in his greenhouse because he knows it is an all natural method. As he puts it “I have heard that it is 16 times stronger than using plain earth.”  

Worm castings don’t burn your plants and he prefers to use it directly on the plants (rather than making a tea and watering the plants with it). Both ways work but actual castings also add to the soil mass in the pot.

Steve’s mantra? ‘Worms turn food and textile waste into fertilizer –a great alternative for our dumps.’ We couldn’t agree more!

After retiring and becoming a hobby farmer, Steve attended a lecture on worm farming and started a worm colony.  He bought his first pound of worms from the Worm Ladies of Charlestown and read the book “Eat My Garbage”.  As that pound of worms stated to multiply, he started to expand his worm farm and now have 26 colonies – all from that first pound!

FREE and family friendly

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Mar
24
6:00pm 6:00pm

The early bird...gets the worm (bin)-Vermicomposting at home

In this class you will learn the basics of starting and maintaining a worm composting bin either indoors or outdoors.  Using worms to compost your organic waste, also known as vermicomposting, is an easy and effective way breakdown waste while gaining worm castings, a valuable soil amendment.  After taking this class you should feel more confident in keeping a worm bin and harvesting their casting for use in your seedlings, garden beds and potted plants.  There will be the opportunity to purchase worms and in-home worm bins both prior to and after the class.

$10, 13 and up please pre-register!

Eddy Fava is the owner of Fast Eddy’s Worm Poop and has been raising worms and harvesting their castings since 2011.

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Mar
18
4:00pm 4:00pm

SOLD OUT! Mushroom Hunting in RI with Ryan Bouchard and Emily Smith

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

More and more people are discovering that mushroom hunting is not only easy, but indescribably fun.  It is also safe, if done properly.  Right here in Rhode Island, varieties that are safe for beginners can be found in abundance if you know where--and when--to look.  Ryan Bouchard and Emily Schmidt of Southern New England Mushroom Hunting will present an in-depth introduction to this fascinating hobby.  They will present local varieties, focusing on those that are safe for beginners, and discuss their health and nutritional values as well.  They will be showcasing the new, expanded Gourmet Mushrooms of Rhode Island, a 44-page oversize book that includes recipes, a calendar of mushroom seasons, and over 140 color photos.  

$10, 13 and up (under 13 free with adult) pre-registration required (401 274 1160 or reply by email)

Ryan Bouchard is the author of Gourmet Mushrooms of RI, the first book about mushroom hunting in the Ocean State.  Emily Schmidt studies the health and nutritional values of our local mushrooms, the many incredible ways they can be cooked, and their new technological uses, which include cleaning up polluted areas.  Together, Ryan and Emily educate people about safely hunting for wild mushrooms in the southern New England area.

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Mar
13
4:00pm 4:00pm

Cuz it’s all about your coop, ‘bout your coop, ‘bout your coop...*

If you imagine there is nothing to run afowl of with coop building, think again! Before you build your chickens their palace, join veteran coop builder Kim Morin for a lesson in all things coop-tastic. Where you site your coop, how you keep predators out and birds in, how to choose your watering and feeding method, preparing for all kinds of weather and building a coop that is also person-friendly are just some of the things you’ll cover in this class. Most importantly, Kim will save you from a common first-time chicken keeper’s worst nightmare: having to build a new coop based on all the mistakes you made the first time.

A great family class, $10 (age 13 and up (and kids free with an adult))

Kim Morin is a chicken keeper, farmer and one of the cluck! worker bees. 

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Mar
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

Straw Bale Gardening with Lulu Locks

This no-soil method for growing is fun, simple and rewarding and has the added bonus of making compost for your yard. It's ideal for all kinds of small spaces and for the busy urban farmer who may not have a lot of time to devote to regular garden maintenance.  This 90- minute workshop will cover preparation, construction, irrigation, maintenance & planting of your bale. Lulu will share photos, stories, and mistakes alike to help you to have a successful gardening season.

Best known for her career in vintage esthetics and her West Side businesses, Suite Tart & Providence Pinup, LuLu Locks is always trying to live her motto of "Be A Bombshell!" But what you might not know is that she also has a green thumb. 

 Lulu grew up on a working farm in Western Coventry, which formed a palate that was never happy with store-bought veggies. When she settled into a suburban neighborhood with little topsoil, she experimented with various styles of container gardening, and hit the jackpot with straw bale gardening

 

$10 for ages 13 and up, kids free (Accompanied by adult)

 

 

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Feb
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

POSTPONED, date TBA From Little Seeds with Wendy Milne

Join Wendy Milne for a fun, hands-on, cheer-you-up-eve -though it's-winter, seed starting lesson   Learn how time, temperature and light effect how your seeds will start. Brand new to this? Experienced but a little rusty? This is suited for the beginner and advanced grower alike. 

$10 for 13 plus, children welcome with adult. Preregistration required.

Wendy Milne was practically born in a garden or, as she says “my mother started me raising veggies as an infant.” We are pretty sure she means this: come find out (some of) what she knows.

 

 

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Feb
24
6:30pm 6:30pm

SOLD OUT! Cheese Making with Phillip Griffin and Malinda Coletta

Learn how to take one gallon of raw milk and make the best mozzarella your have ever tasted. No special equipment needed just a 5 simple ingredients. In the spirit of not wasting anything, Griffin and Coletta use the leftover whey and some cream to make the most heavenly ricotta cheese! This dynamic duo will also show you how to make a yogurt cheese.

$15 adults (accompanied children up to age 12 free), pre-registration required 

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Feb
13
12:00pm12:00pm

ASK THE EXPERT! Starting Seeds Indoors- FREE and open to all

Yup. It really is that time!

Join cluck! faculty member Wendy Milne for an inspiring dip into early spring and the joys of seed starting. Wendy will answer your questions, give you some hands-on experience and generally spread her love of growing. If you like what you are learning, you can come back and join her for a deeper look at the topic at one of her upcoming classes. 

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Feb
6
2:00pm 2:00pm

Get Framed! How to build and use a simple cold frame

Cold frames are one of the ways you can extend your growing season while protecting your plants from excessive cold and damp as winter turns to spring. Pre-fabricated versions abound, but making your own is really quite simple-and a great way to up-cycle materials you already have or others are throwing away. Once you have a cold frame built, you also need to know how- and when- to use it. Don't worry, we've got you covered!  Join Wendy Milne and Wright Deter in a hands on class about this great do-it-yourself addition to your garden. 

Wendy Milne is among cluck!'s most beloved teachers. Her passion for growing is contagious and anyone who takes one of her classes is bound to catch the garden bug. Wright Deter is cluck!'s assistant farmer and the maker of all things practical in the cluck! garden. Come learn for this talented duo.

$10, for 13 and up. Children welcome accompanied by a paying adult. Pre-registration required.

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Nov
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

How to Make an Herbal Salve with Rachel Playe

An herbal salve is an infusion of plant material in oil and beeswax to be applied externally. Come to class to learn how to nurse bruises, sooth pain and nourish your skin.  Come learn how to make your own salve and oils at home.  You will leave with a 1oz tin of whatever salve we make at home along with the knowledge to do it yourself.

Rachel Playe is an herbalist based in Providence.  In 2008, while farming, she realized she was more interested in the weeds she was pulling than growing only vegetables.  This set her out a long path in learning about herbal medicine and agriculture.  Rachel owns Radia Herbs, a small herbal products company which sources pesticide free herbs from their own gardens, local farmers or other ethical growers.  She is continuing her studies with Mary Blue of Farmacy Herbs in Providence.

$15 (13 and up). Pre-registration required.

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Oct
28
6:00pm 6:00pm

TONIGHT !! 10/28 Permaculture Basics (Sustainable Landscape Design) with Carter Tracy

Permaculture brings together traditional indigenous land management practices, ecological design, and sustainable practices to create landscapes that are more than the sum of their parts. 
 

This class will be an hour-long presentation of the integral design principles of Permaculture, with questions & discussion following. Make your garden and home landscape easy, luscious, edible and healthy by following these simple principles. 

Carter received her certificate in Permaculture Design through The Southwest Permaculture Institute in 2011 and spent a year and half apprenticing at permaculture-oriented intentional communities in northern New Mexico. A true idealist, Carter's passion is transforming lawns & empty city lots into thriving garden-ecosystems that are beautiful, abundant and yummy!

$10 (age 13 and up). pre-registration required.
 

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Sep
12
1:30pm 1:30pm

There’s more to life than stale cheerios! Little Bites author Christine Chitnis spreads the healthy snack gospel.

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Join local Little Bites author Christine Chitnis in a family-friendly, hands-on cooking class focused on healthy snacks for your kids' lunch boxes (and you'll be packing them too!). Learn the secrets to Christine's success, sample her recipes and leave able to wow your friends with your new skills! Books will be available for sale before and after the class. 

This is a FREE event but space is limited and pre-registration is required. 

A few words about Little Bites: When you’re on the go with little ones, snacks are essential. Whether it’s an energetic pick-me-up after school or a nutritional boost at the playground, the 100 wholesome snacks in this book will help everyone get through the day. From Roasted Sesame Peas to Fresh Summer Rolls, Baked Apple Chips, and Mini Sweet Potato Pies, you’ll find fruit- and vegetable-forward snacks here perfect for every season that are tasty, healthy, and satisfying.

Developed by two busy moms, this collection of inspired recipes is just right for active families that care about what they eat. Don’t settle for prepackaged snacks. These nutritionally dense treats are simple to make, are easy to pack, and, as a bonus, make great breakfasts, light lunches, or side dishes for dinner.

 

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Sep
11
to Sep 13

20, 30, 40... (percent off, that is). The annual cluck! fall cleaning SALE is here!

We are way too busy in SPRING to do that season's typical cleaning event so.. we do it early. (and then we look ever so very nice for the winter holidays). 

Here's how it works:

Starting on Friday, September 11 at 10 am the entire store will be at 20% off.* All day.  

On Saturday, everything will be 30% off.* All day (are you starting to follow me?).

And yes, on Sunday the 13th for FOUR whole hours, everything will be 40% off.* Yup.

OK, so it's kinda' like gambling (but we swear it's totally legal). And no, we wouldn't wait til Sunday if you REALLY want one of those gorgeous, buttery Artifact bags. Or that chicken pillow. Or a wheatgrass growing kit. Or a Nanodome for seed starting. But that's just us. You're the gambler..

* some restrictions apply: all feed, bedding and any items on consignment or being sold without proceeds to us (to support  a mission or small business we admire) are excluded  from the sale

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