The class is full with Trade School Indy.
October 26th 2:00 PM
This is a short, but dense class on turning your back yard into a food production machine. Get some ideas and get ready for spring.
If you would like a similar class at your location Contact Us. Or if you want the Be Prepared Series.
There is a full day class, with bonus of making your own soaps, laundry soap and other topics including food preservation. Free samples of tooth paste and soaps. If you want laundry soap sample please bring a sealable 1 cup container for each soap type (currently 3). We will have sample containers for the toothpastes. Register through the link below.
November 23rd class
Prepay and register for the class and get a free entry to win a planting barrel. $340 value if purchased other places (will not name but sale online and in some local markets), $100 value from me. Discounts are available for couples or families. We now can take credit cards online or at the door using Square even though we personally despise them. Cash is much better. If the class fills completely (80 paid or bartered seats) each person in attendance will get a free gift. ($20 retail value worth much more in savings of time and energy)
Not 100% confirmed yet but we may have a local soap and lotion producer present who have goat milk soaps and lotions. Learn about the process, try, and buy products. I have personally been to their operation and was very impressed. More details once everything is confirmed and links to their site.
Global Soaps will be at the class to discuss and sell natural soaps and lotions.
If there are some other local producers (that align with the topics covered) in the area let me know, we may have additional spaces available for booth or tables.
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I am teaching a class at the City Market through Trade School Indy. Here are the details.
Here is a link
October 26th Satuday
2:00pm to 3:30pm
Indy City Market (Upstairs North Mezzanine) The City Market at 222 East Market Street Indianapolis
Would you like to turn your backyard into a food production area for you and your family? Want to grow organic fruits and vegetables that are free from pesticides and herbicides?Believe it or not, it’s possible to harvest 550 lbs of fruit and veggies on 640 square feet of land. The secret is Permaculture. On my 0.2 acre property, I have 6 productive trees, 24 productive bushes, 60 medicinal plants, edible landcaping, 24 laying hens and 2 ponds that allow me to harvest fruits, veggies, berries, fish and eggs all from our backyard. Participants are welcome to come to our farm afterwards.
About the teacher, Rick Beach
Rick is a suburban homesteader that has over thirty years of experience in Gardening. He recieved his Engineering, Chemistry & Pharmaceuticals training from Geoff Lawton & the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. Rick has been teaching for over two years on various subjects. He is passionate about people growing their own food and becoming less dependent on foods that are served through a window or out of a box.