Monthly Archives: February 2013

Pastiche – February 26, 2013

(Thanks to Sylvia Neely for “pastiche.”) Spring Creek Homesteading News Reskilling Workshops & Other Upcoming Events (Call 237-0996 or email to sign up.) March 3 – Felted Wool Toddler Jumpers with Cindy Grosso, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 156 … Continue reading

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Canapes – February 19, 2013

  Spring Creek Homesteading News Thank you to Justin Wheeler, Justin Wagner and all the folks who came out for this past weekend’s workshops on Milk Jug Greenhouse Sowing and Basic Bicycle Maintanance. Other upcoming Spring Creek Homesteading workshops below – … Continue reading

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The Big Tree at Tudek Community Gardens

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Stew – February 12, 2013

Action Alert Sign a petition urging the Coast Guard to keep fracking wastewater barges off the Ohio River. News from Spring Creek Homesteading Fund Spring Creek Homesteading E-Newsletter February 10, 2013 Edition, including results of PASA Benefit Auction sale of homesteader’s … Continue reading

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Boalsburg Market Preview – Feb. 12, 2013

(From Jim Eisenstein) Here are some of the things you will find at the indoor Boalsburg Farmers Market on Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. the Boalsburg Fire Hall, 133 E. Pine St: free range eggs from … Continue reading

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PASA Auction Display, Handbook Contents

This morning I set up the display of homemade items donated by homesteaders to the PASA benefit auction over at the Penn Stater, including a jar of honey, a wooden honey dipper, six bottles of beer, two pottery bowls, a knitted … Continue reading

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Taproot Kitchen Fund Drive Kick-Off

Taproot Community Kitchen Fundraiser Kicks Off Today! Be a part of establishing a downtown State College community kitchen—a site for cooking and food-processing; classes; small-batch processing, catering and meal prep businesses; community meals; gleaning programs; public and private parties and … Continue reading

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