We are going to go ahead and do two of these in a row. They should be a lot of fun. Tomorrow we are doing our first one and expecting about 10 folks. Today I am announcing that we will be doing another one on 3-28-15, which is next Saturday.
We are doing this because Dorothy and I have decided we don’t really have the time to do a workshop this spring so we will do two in the fall. What we are going to do is a series of Saturday hang outs with the opportunity to learn and the best part is they are all going to be free.
The day will kick off about 10 am, we will work till about 1PM, have an awesome lunch (likely brisket tacos this time) and a beer or two, then work from about 2-5, hit up the left over food and drink a few beers and swap stories for a bit, then pack it in and call it a day.
In this one we will either be primary installing irrigation and living fences or planting support species and installing irrigation in the food forest. This will depend on how much rain we got the week before and hence what they last group got done.
We figured this would be a great chance for folks that want to learn about what we do to get some dirt time, meet us and each other and do so at no real cost other then gas and a few hours of work.
If you want to attend Saturday, please email me and let me know you are coming, put “TSPC 3-28-15” in the subject line. Please bring shoes/boots and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty and shovels if you have them. Mark any tools you bring so they don’t get taken or left behind on accident.
I am not limiting the head count at all on this but I do need to know it so we have enough food. I am limiting the vehicles to 12, so sharing rides, ect. can help with that.
To do that please use this thread on the region 5 board in our forum, http://thesurvivalpodcast.com/forum/index.php?topic=53942.0
So far the vehicle limit has not been a concern.
We probably going to take the next weekend off and do our third and possibly final one on April 11, but we might do one more this spring. Stay tuned for more.