Welcome to Our 2013 Season!
This year, we will focus on building community--on connecting people who come together to share their gifts to promote the common good. As we give to each other and the Earth, we create a circle of giving that feeds us all.
We can choose to step into the unknown and create a new world. We can accept our freedom and response-ability to meet each moment. We face many challenges: extreme weather, roller-coaster economics, crop failures, food shortages, the threat of violence and terror. As we come together, the terror of our individual demons can be transformed into adventures that we face and master together. With faith that we will have enough, and our willingness to give to each other and the Earth, we can give our love to restore the commons--common air, common water, common Earth, common-unity.
We invite you to join us in this work!
Posted by Sally Voris :: Wednesday, May 22 :: 1:33pm
Inviting you to the farm....
On Saturday, May 25 for a full moon celebration. Friends (you are invited) will gather at 6:00 p.m. and share a meal together (bring food to share) then the program will start at 7:30 p.m. with the first fire circle of the season, weather permitting. We will listen to the bullfrog and tree-frog chorus, watch the first fireflies rise from the fields, and stroll the gardens in search of evening fragrance. This is a family-friendly event. Please RSVP. We will ask for donatons to support this effort.
On Saturday, June 1, Full Circle on the Farm (movie night has morphed!!! (Who wants to be inside watching movies when it is so beautiful outside?????) We are offering two programs: the first from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. led by Sally Voris. sally will lead a tour of the farm and garden focused on the soil--how to buid soil--composting, earthworms and biodynamic preparations. Participants will pick food fresh from the garden. From 6:0 0to 7:00 we will take a dinner break (bring a picnic dinner.) At 7:00 p.m., Jon Lusby will demonstrate how to make fermented foods to promote health: miso, kimchi with veggies picked fresh from the garden and a beverage. Cost will be $12/person/ program, with a two dollar discount for members and another $2.00 discount for registering and paying on-line.
Volunteers are coming during the week, except Wednesday when the farm is closed--and the farm is open to the public every Sunday evenings from 4:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Hope to see you soon!