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From Rogers Farm newsletter:

Tuesday we received a group of intelligent, thoughtful, and incredibly enjoyable kids from Wassookeag home school’s summer program, Read the rest of this entry »

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Wassookeag launched their Summer permaculture & craft program today, which will run through the summer on Tuesdays 10-3 pm. Read the rest of this entry »

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Session 4
Thurs May 8, 3:30-5:30 pm
LongGreenHouse, 5 Chapel Rd

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Members of LongGreenHouse will participate in UMaine’s Earth Day Eco-Charette Organized by Emily Markides and Richard Graves. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wassookeag's Chloe seeds the ColdFrame

 

Session 3
Thurs April 17, 3:30-5:30 pm
LongGreenHouse, 5 Chapel Rd


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Session 2:

Thurs April 3, 3:30-5:30 pm
LongGreenHouse, 5 Chapel Rd

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This week’s Potluck will be held Tues (instead of Thursday) to accommodate special guests Craig Dietrich and Vanessa Vobis, whose works in Intermedia are changing the terms of art-making and programming.

 

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LongGreenHouse launches its Spring Permaculture Series with a Seed Sowing Workshop Thursday, March 20.

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Today we visited York Village to consider the possibility of taking on the greening of a University Dorm–along an arc of greening projects from LongGreenHouse, to a food corridor, to a wetlands walk to a campus Living Learning Center for sustainability.

Afterwards, we returned to LongGreenHouse to work on the swales, and green house and to discuss green building techniques with special guest, Richard Graves, currently on the National LEEDS board.

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This weekend, Students of Permaculture gathered at LongGreenHouse to design and carve swales, build a 4-season greenhouse, and a 12 foot coldframe. Read the rest of this entry »

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