Posts Tagged ‘workshop’

Homebrew Workshop!

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

The upcoming Homebrew workshop is on October 9th, 2010, at 9:00 am and will feature local homebrewer extraordinaire Ted Frushour leading us through a batch of extract beer, bottling a beer, and an introduction to all you need to know to start homebrewing.

Homebrewing with Ted Frushour

October 9th, 2010

9:00 am

At the Kirksville Permaculture Education Center- 216 N Ely

Ride on to Abundant Mobility

Friday, September 24th, 2010

The ride and workshop had a great, supportive turnout that definitely turned heads and made Kirksville a livelier place for the evening. At the workshop, we discussed different ways to make Kirksville and it’s citizens more able to implement alternative transportation.

The mayor was even highly intrigued by the idea of having city sponsored pedicabs operating downtown. I’ll be following up on that idea next week.

Wolfgang Hoeschele, the workshop moderator, will be writing up an overview of the workshop for shareable.net.  I will post the link when it’s completed.

Sheet Mulching Workshop

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

We’ll be putting on the first workshop of a hopeful many to come this Saturday, August 21st at 9:00 AM at 903 E Orchard St. We’ll be teaching a no-dig gardening method called Sheet Mulching, or Lasagna Gardening.

There will be 15-30 minutes of information about Sheet Mulching, its benefits, and a how to, then we’ll go right into the hands on of sheet mulching an area of a garden bed for three new Kirksville residents.

As always, the workshop is by donation, so everyone is welcome. There will be water and there’s word that there’ll be snacks for the people working on the sheet mulching. We’ll work until noon or until the sheet mulching is finished, whichever comes first. Feel free to stop by at any point, even if you can’t make it for the whole workshop.

Again, the details are:

Sheet Mulching Workshop
Saturday, August 21st at 9:00 am
903 E Orchard St, Kirksville, MO

Sheet Mulching

Solar Oven

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Jon has been building and experimenting with Solar Ovens recently, which will hopefully culminate into a Solar Oven workshop with the next month while the sun is still high enough to use it effectively in NEMO.

He’s got one working made from a cardboard box, foil, wheat paste (a glue made from boiling wheat), a block of wood, and a plastic produce bag from the grocery store.   It gets pretty scorching in there.  It’s hit at least 250.

He designed it off of this one, and will be making a few other models too.