TREE FODDER SEMINAR 2019: TREES IN THE FOOD CHAIN FOR CLIMATE REMEDIATION

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TREE FODDER SEMINAR 2019: TREES IN THE FOOD CHAIN FOR CLIMATE REMEDIATION

Time: July 8, 2019 at 8am to July 12, 2019 at 8pm
Location: 3 Streams Farm Belfast, ME and MOFGA, Unity, and Site Visits
Street: 209 Back Belmont Rd.,
City/Town: Belfast, ME
Website or Map: http://3streamsfarmbelfastme.…
Phone: (207)338-3301
Event Type: week, filled, with, events
Organized By: Shana Hanson
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2019

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$0-$25 single events; $120 full week (food and simple lodging included).

$50-65/2days.  $35-50 Mon. only; $45 Tues. only; $25-35/day Wed. or Thurs; $10 Fri.

Partial or full barter offers considered and often accepted.

Monday, July 8, 8 AM- 4 PM, MOFGA day, Unity: Tree leaves in the Farm Food Chain.

Monday, 6:30-8 PM, location TBD (Belfast CoHousing Common House?): Cliff Davis of Spiral Ridge Permaculture in Summertown, Tennessee skypes with us about Pollarding and Coppicing Trees over Ground Crops for Hogs and Sheep.

Tuesday, July 9, 8-12 AM and 1- 4 PM, Belfast or Unity TBD: Climbing Trees Safely with arborists,

Tuesday, 7- 8:30 PM, Belfast, Free: Traditional Knowledge and Science on How Trees Drive Rain Cycles:

Wednesday, July 10, 9-12 AM, Belfast: Ivan Fernandez of UME School of Forest Resources and Climate Change Institute on Woodland Soils and Forest Health in Changing Conditions: A tutorial under the “air meadow.”  

Wednesday, 1- 4 PM, Belfast: Geoff Nosach and Lizzy Hayes of Mercer Mushroom Museum on

Agaricus, Stropharia, & Shitake Mushroom Cultivation for Agroforestry, Leaf-based Livestock, and Silvopastural Settings.

Wednesday, 6:30- 8 PM, Belfast, Free: Collaborations with Biomass, Logging, Arborist and Roadside Clearing Operations for ensiling chipped leafy branches or stripped leaves.

Thursday, July 11, 9-12 AM, Swanville: Meadowsweet Farm Tour with Eliot Van Peski and Rayna Palm,  Thursday, 1:30- 5 PM: Farm Tour TBA,

Thursday, 7-7:45 PM, Belfast: Agro-Forest Ecosystem Studies in Brazil, zooming (skyping?) with Juan Alvez,

Thursday, 8:30-10 PM, Belfast: Moon/Tides/Plants dark walk with goats.

Friday, July 12, Nut & Fruit Day,

Friday, 6:30- 8 PM, Belfast: Tree/Livestock Mini-concert and Open “Mic

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