Monthly Archives: November 2015

December 2: Homesteading workshop at South Hills Business School

Homesteader Dan Pytel will teach a class titled “Homesteading 101” on December 2 from 6 – 9 pm at South Hills School of Business School and Technology in State College. The class will cover topics including: What is homesteading? How … Continue reading

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December 12: Sourdough Workshop

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make sourdough bread, this is your chance.  Professional baker Lisa Hershey will teach a workshop about starting and maintaining stiff sourdough on December 12 starting at 2 pm. This will be a … Continue reading

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Spring Creek Homesteading Fund is now on Facebook.

In addition to keeping track of Spring Creek Homesteading Fund on this blog, you can now like us on Facebook.

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Dec. 5: Yogurt and Granola Workshop

Come learn the basics of making your own delicious and nutritious homemade yogurt and granola. Josh Lambert will teach a workshop on Saturday, December 5th from 1 – 3 pm.  The workshop will cover some background on lactic acid fermentation … Continue reading

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Nov 14: PVCA Butchering Workshop

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Unique Holiday Gifts… by You

The Makery (209 West Calder Way, State College) has a number of up-coming events and classes where you can develop your artistic skills and make unique holiday gifts in a variety of different media. Classes include: Holiday Mommy + Me Jewelry, Basic … Continue reading

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2016 Linocut Calendars… Fundraiser for Spring Creek Homesteading Fund

Spring Creek Homesteading Fund is selling hand-printed calendars for 2016 as a fundraiser to support the workshops and other programs run by Spring Creek Homesteading Fund. This 12 month calendar features original Lino-cut images printed at Owl & Turtle Press by Katherine … Continue reading

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