March 3, 2013 - the day after Seedy Saturday!
Join us at Ripple Farm for the first ever Comox Valley Young Agrarians potluck and learn-in!
Arrive around 3:00PM for a hands-on soil-blocking demo in the greenhouse. Soil blocks are an awesome alternative to using plastic pots and plug trays for seedlings. We'll have an array of soil-blocking equipment to show you and everyone will have a chance to test drive the blockers and help get some of the seeding done.
Everyone is welcome.
Soup potluck around 5:00PM. That means you can bring something that would go well as a side to soup. Please consider bringing something that accounts for common food sensitivities (gluten, dairy, nuts, etc.)
Eating, socializing and visioning together will happen till 8:00ish.
ABOUT YOUNG AGRARIANS:
Young Agrarians is a movement for the next generations of farmers and food lovers in Canada! youngagrarians.org
YA's mission is to connect young farmers and grow more sustainable / ecological food growers across Canada. We are piloting YA in B.C. in 2012-13 and going national 2013-14.
DIRECTIONS TO RIPPLE FARM:
Hwy 19 North to Merville Rd (look for Merville General Store and Esso gas station)
Turn Left onto Merville Rd
Follow Merville Rd, turns into Headquarters after you pass Howard on your right and Headquarters Rd on your left (no stop signs)
2 km from Headquarters Rd/Merville Rd intersection to Y-intersection with Stop Sign
Turn Left onto Fitzgerald Road
Pass Farnham Road (on your right)
Road Curves to the Right (Fitzgerald Road continued)
Road Curves to the Left – bridge over Tsolum River
T-intersection at end of bridge (no stop sign)
Turn Left (Fitzgerald Road continued)
Road Curves to the Right
We have an Environmental Farm Plan sign, please park before the sign, if you can, or turn Left on Milman, park near the barn and walk around on the road. Please be sure not to block the road.
6476 Fitzgerald Road – last house on the left before Milman Road
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