Tree Fodder Seminar 2021: ADAPTATION: Last Year’s Introspection, the Climate Crisis Now, and Forest Farming Ahead.

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Tree Fodder Seminar 2021: ADAPTATION: Last Year’s Introspection, the Climate Crisis Now, and Forest Farming Ahead.

Time: July 5, 2021 at 7am to July 10, 2021 at 4pm
Location: 209 BackBelmont Rd., Belfast, ME, your computer, and community locations
Phone: (207) 338-3301 voicemail no text
Event Type: week-long, series, of, tree, fodder-related, events
Organized By: Shana Hanson
Latest Activity: Jul 3, 2021

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based at 3 Streams Farm, Belfast, ME.

Full schedule at https://3streamsfarmbelfastme.blogspot.com and click on "Tree Fodder Seminars"  then "Schedule."

* NOTE: Climate Event on Tuesday is on ZOOM!

The earth has been stripped of too much greenery, and bare places contribute heavily to the climate crisis, by direct heating and by interrupting rain patterns.

Forest farming was the norm from Neolithic times to 200 years ago in Europe and to the present in many warm countries. Labor intensity puts forest farming at odds with our current culture, yet we are more numerous and needy of exercise than ever before.

Call (207) 338-3301 to register for an event, multiple events, or full program. Rates flexible; Trades accepted. Single events vary from Free to $30.

$130 for whole week includes humble food and off-grid accommodations.

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