This spring the Self Reliant 4-H Club of Lincoln County will start a 7,500 square feet garden using some the latest permaculture techniques in an effort to develop a Local Organic Sustainable Food System.
The Project is being funded by a grant from Oregon State University. The Organic Sustainable Food Project will be in Toledo Oregon, at the old community garden west of the skate board park.
Techniques to be used to develop an Organic Sustainable Food Supply:
EarthBarrels .... a patio self wicking container gardening system
EarthBeds ....raised self wicking beds with cloches
If you have any interest in Permaculture and\or like to work with Youth contact us.
The purpose of a 4-H project is to demonstrate to the community that a local organically grown food supply can be available on their deck or in their back yard.
Activities which the youth will be involved:
Programming the Greenhouse Control Computer
Intense Gardening Techniques
Caring for fish
Growing with soil
Growing without soil
Build EarthBarrels, EarthBeds and Cloches
Learn Composting Manage a Greenhouse
Come and join us.
If any adult or high school student has any interest in an Organic Sustainable Food Systems please join us.
No experience required.
A PowerPoint & Video presentation is available for any interested group or organization with more details.