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Cob Project Campus... 2014 Volunteer Season... Come to Bend Oregon to help us feed the hungry.  RSS feed

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Cob Project Campus has a whole new thing going on. Our web page! Yes, it is currently under construction and most of the stuff we are talking about is on facebook anyway. . . so come on over and check it out. Chat and post or just read. Many great shares are happening there too with information on things that you never knew existed before! Lots of information and many new ideas coming down the line from other CPC members and enthusiasts.

You want geeks? We got GEEKS! Come help the campus get set up (or donate items or cash is always nice too) so we can start building our greenhouse classrooms for teaching. The plan is to set this all up so anyone that wants to come and learn can, no matter what their education or income level. If we provide free permaculture education people can grow and learn all kinds of things that they never new was possible and so easy.

So, come on over to Cob Project Campus (facebook page) and join in the chats and see what all we are planning to do at the campus this year. Our regular volunteer days are Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Contact us for other times. Or, come on over to the campus and give us a hand during the weekends. We will be growing food all over the place as soon as the last of the garden beds gets put in. then the plan is to share at least 45 percent of all grown produce and culinary herbs with local soup kitchens like the Red Door or other community gardens like Nativity Garden food banks.

If you want to get in on ground level campus sweat and build rockin and rollin, this is the time to check out the campus. We are a growing and building permaculture facility in the making and to this end we are striving. Nearly all materials that are needed for putting up 2 more greenhouses are here and have been gathered from far and wide. . . for free or next to free. Yes, its true.. that is not very permaculture minded yet, but soon the method to all the collective madness will be revealed.

Cob Project Campus is an open group, off grid and all permaculture. Any garden, cob or green earth enthusiasts are welcome to come volunteer and help us help others for a day, a week or longer.

Please, wont you consider helping us help your neighbors in this fight against hunger? So many can benefit from so little effort. Come join Cob Project Campus for the best year ever!

CPC is a not for profit all volunteer group.
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