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Women's Retreats at Davis Farm in NH - Homsteading skills and self improvement

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This is run by my friend and neighbor on her gorgeous land in New Hampshire that she has been farming for 30 years. She and the women teaching these classes are an incredible wealth of knowledge that I hope other women will take advantage of!

Women's Retreats at Davis Farm

Six weekend retreats centered around homesteading skills and self improvement

Taught by Women ~ For Women

Schedule for 2014

July 11-13: Woolwork - Shearing, Washing, Felting

July 25-27: Milk processing - Yogurt, Cheese, Soap

August 8-10: Living Well - Reflexology, Yoga, Nutrition

August 22-24: Nature Walk/Nature Write - Hiking and Writing

September 5-7: Food Preservation - Drying, Canning, Fermenting

September 12-14: Blacksmithing

Cost: $200 for the weekend - includes 5 meals and on-site accommodations
or $100 without accommodations and Saturday lunch

Contact Barbara Davis for more information, place and times: 603-443-0262 or barbpots@yahoo.com

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I'm a little concerned as to why it's 'women only', but I'm going to let the post stay even though it does seem terribly sexist.

I hope that your friend will also consider putting on an event where everyone is welcome, regardless of their gender.
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