Monthly Archives: June 2012

Reskilling Workshops, Skill-Share Cooperatives & Time Banking

I’ve been thinking about making some changes for the second year of the Reskilling Workshops. I sent an email to the lawyer who helped set up the nonprofit, asking about the legal implications of moving more to a membership model: … Continue reading

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Boalsburg Farmers Market Preview – June 26, 2012

(From Jim Eisenstein) Tuesday’s market will present a nice combination of traditional products and recent seasonal items.  Tomatoes are becoming more abundant, augmented by the return of Mothersbaugh Farm with both tomatoes and herb seedlings to plant. Harold Krieder’s hot … Continue reading

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Broadcast Sowing – June 25, 2012

Action Alert – Opposing the Toomey Amendment in the Farm Bill This action alert from PASA Director Brian Snyder hit my Inbox on June 19 but I haven’t had time to post it until now. It may be too late – … Continue reading

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Beginner Home Beer Brewing Workshop Tomorrow

A few spaces are available in the Beginner Home Beer Brewing class, which meets from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow (Sat., June 23) and in two weeks (Sat., July 7). First class covers brewing with malt extract, second class covers … Continue reading

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Summer Fun at Greenmoore Gardens Kicks Off Saturday

From Mark Maloney of Greenmoore Gardens CSA Farm: We would like to extend a personal invitation to our first big Kick Off Farm Event! This open house event is scheduled for this coming Saturday, June 23 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and is … Continue reading

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Gleanings – June 18, 2012

Action Alert PennEnvironment’s campaign to protect farmland preservation funding. Email your legislators. Boalsburg Farmers Market Preview – June 19, 2012 (From Jim Eisenstein) Our first Learning Kitchen last week, featuring local cooking teacher Grace Pilato and Elk Creek Café’s chef Mark Johnson, … Continue reading

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No Potluck Monday; Summer Workshop Reminder; Co-op Meeting Wednesday; Friends Garden Work Day Sunday

Potlucks We didn’t have enough households interested in Monday’s potluck to make it worth people’s time preparing dishes and coming out, so it’s cancelled. Reducing the scheduling to quarterly for the rest of the year, we’ll have an Autumn Potluck … Continue reading

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