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2018 Annual Open House with OEFFA
Jul
15
1:00 PM13:00

2018 Annual Open House with OEFFA

Sunday, July 15 l 1-4 p.m.

Foraged & Sown

1224 E. Cooke Rd., Columbus, OH 43224

(614) 598-3559, racheletayse@gmail.comwww.foragedandsown.com

Foraged & Sown uses an innovative approach to land tenure--building relationships with multiple land owners to farm and forage on diverse sites--to create a low-impact, sustainable urban farm. This tour will feature Harmonious Homestead gardens' full of flavor-packed annual and perennial herbs and unusual fruits, along with demonstrations and samplings of their value-added products.

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Growing Microgreens At Home
Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Growing Microgreens At Home

Growing Microgreens At Home

TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 6:30–8PM

Microgreens are a delicious and nutritious way to enjoy greens. In this class, urban farmer Rachel Tayse will demonstrate how to grow micro kale, peas, radishes and more at home. Make and take a tray of planted seeds that will be ready to grow in your home!

Location: American Electric Power Foundation Education Pavilion at Franklin Park Conservatory
$30, $25 for members

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Backyard Poultry Basics
Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Backyard Poultry Basics

TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 6:30–8PM

Keeping a small flock of chickens or quail can benefit a family with fresh eggs, efficient composting and a "pet with benefits." We'll discuss choosing birds, designing a coop and run, sourcing feed, keeping animals healthy and navigating permits. 

Led by Rachel Tayse, Harmonious Homestead
Location: The Wells Barn at Franklin Park Conservatory
$25, $20 for members

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Small Scale Permaculture
Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

Small Scale Permaculture

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 | 6:30–8PM | Franklin Park Conservatory

Permaculture is a theory of sustainability and restoration that calls for maximizing resource use and planting perennial-heavy gardens. Rachel will share her experience with forest gardening, restoration agriculture, small-scale livestock and foraging.

Led by Rachel Tayse, Harmonious Homestead  
Location: American Electric Power Foundation Education Pavilion
$25, $20 for members

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