Monthly Archives: March 2017

Bailiwick News – March 24, 2017

3.24.17 Bailiwick News – Non-overlapping Venn diagram circles: design and funding discussions for Whitehall Road Regional Park. (Part 9 in a 10-part series) See also: 4.1.15 – PSU, Boundary Violations & Civic Trauma 9.9.16 Bailiwick News – Part 1 9.16.16 Bailiwick News – Part 2 9.30.16 Bailiwick … Continue reading

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Fifth Birthday Celebration Potluck Tomorrow!

Just a reminder that Spring Creek Homesteading Fund will be celebrating our Fifth Birthday tomorrow (Saturday, March 18) with a potluck at the Meetinghouse on Atherton, 318 South Atherton St. Since 2011, Spring Creek Homesteading Fund has organized more than 100 homesteading workshops, helped start … Continue reading

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Kid’s Bakery Workshop, 3/22 and 3/23

From our friends at Way Fruit Farm: “(Kids) Would you like to learn more about baking?  If so, join us for an event called ‘Kids Bakery Workshop’ at Way Fruit Farm.” Advanced registration is required for this event. THE PARTICULARS … Continue reading

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Easy, Peasy Pie Crust Recipe

So, it’s PI day (3.14) and a snow day. Seems like a good day to bake a pie. For those intimidated by the prospect of making your own crust, here is the most reliable recipe that I’ve found.   2 … Continue reading

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Bailiwick News – March 9, 2017

3.9.17 Bailiwick News – Whitehall Road Regional Park planning and financing as a case study in regional governance; COG General Forum-Fulton Bank loan extension history. (Continuation of series on water and farmland protection in Slab Cabin Run watershed. Previous installments: 9.9.16 Bailiwick News; 9.16.16 Bailiwick … Continue reading

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Bailiwick News – March 1, 2017

3.1.17 Bailiwick News – Whitehall Road Regional Park as a case-study revealing fault lines in regional governing structures. (Continuation of series on water and farmland protection in Slab Cabin Run watershed. Previous installments: 9.9.16 Bailiwick News; 9.16.16 Bailiwick News; 9.30.16 Bailiwick News; 10.21.16 Bailiwick News; 12.2.16 Bailiwick News; 12.23.16 … Continue reading

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