Sat, Jun 17|
Hands-on HUGELKULTUR building workshop
Join farmer florist Sarah Wagstaff asJoin farmer florist Sarah Wagstaff as she teaches about how & why to use the sustainable method of gardening called Hugelkultur. Then we will get our hands dirty making, assembling, building a regenerative hugelkultur row at SUOT Farm and Flowers newest acreage.
Time & Location
Jun 17, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
SUOT Farm, address will be emailed to you before the event
About the Event
Join farmer florist Sarah Wagstaff as she teaches about how & why of using the sustainable method of gardening called Hugelkultur. Sign up for 1 or both of these hands-on weekend workshops where we will get our hands dirty actually building a regenerative hugelkultur row at SUOT Farm and Flowers newest acreage.
Part 1 (June 17) will be a quick intro into hugelkultur & volunteer safety followed by peeling back the occulation plastic, measuring out the bed length & widths, piling up woody debris (starting with the biggest on bottom), & resecuring the occultation plastic for the next area.
Part 2 (June 24) will be a quick intro/recap of hugelkultur & volunteer safety followed by checking on our hugelkultur settling/decomposition from part 1, add brown layers (smaller branches/sticks) to the bed.
Address will be emailed to you in advance of the workshop. This is a private residence. Please do not show up outside of these times. Please respect the private property & buildings, as well as park in designated areas.
Attire: participants must wear closed toed shoes & clothing that covers their legs. Work gloves are highly recommended (we will have some size M to share). Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen are encouraged. This is a rural farm so work clothing is recommended. May be muddy or rainy; dress according to the weather & bring a water bottle. Please leave your pets at home.
We are so excited to begin building SUOT Farm and Flowers Hugelkultur beds TOGETHER!!
Saturday June 17
Saturday June 24
BOTH June 17 & June 24