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Raised beds in the high desert... working towards our new educational campus... Come for a visit or?  RSS feed

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Cob Project Campus is in its 6th year of out of pocket growth and our best so far thanks to Nathan Schmit and David Reynolds working so hard to make this whole thing start to come together. CPC is working towards being a free educational facility. One that could help those that know nothing about gardening, permaculture living practices or building materials of any nature. We are gearing to help the beginners and the ones still learning which end of the screwdriver to use. We all know folks that want to learn but have no place to get the bottom line skills. CPC is and will be a group of philanthropists and volunteers working to help make it possible for anyone that desires to learn a place to jump off at. We would like to invite those that want to visit this small working campus to come to visit on Sept 19th in central Oregon. We will be firing up the new cob oven. Providing tasty treats ...some from the gardens and beverages from our local suppliers. Come to see what is happening and planned to happen in the near future at central Oregon's newest permaculture campus in the making. We have lots of things happening here.... not just the gardens. Many greenhouses are planned for this tiny less than 3 acres property. Lots of permaculture builds are being put in a schedule for season 2016. Send us an email for intent to visit. Just so we can get a small idea of what to expect in guests and so we are sure to have enough refreshments. http://www.cobprojectcampus.org/contact.html

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