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Andrew Schreiber
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In short: An opportunity to check out what Windward Community is up to.



Particularly, we'll be doing some work to establish *unirrigated* contour hedgerows as part of a largescale silvopasture system.



There will also be...

  • Press fresh apple cider (and learn about making hard cider)
  • Milk a goat and make goat cheese
  • Scratch a piglets belly
  • Mix and apply cob for the barrel oven
  • Tour and Explore Windward's village-stead, forest gardens, infrastructure and more
  • Walk through the living sanctuary of Herland Forest, natural burial cemetery, www.herlandforest.org.


  • All while picking the brains about the successes and failures of this 30 year old landbased community!



    More info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/1058857840864967/

    Windward is located in Wahkiacus, WA

    55 Windward Lane
    Wahkiacus Wa 98670



    Did we mention pig scratches?

    When? Sep 24-25th, 2016
     
    Shauns Webbers
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    Hey Andrew I sent ya over a Mooseage!
     
    afira ratliff
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    Dangit I missed this. Any way this can still happen this coming weekend or next?
     
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