"Thanks, Robert. I've been interested in organic methods for many years. Been doing no till for a while. This method, KNF, sounds interesting but quite intensive. I'll bet you use it only on your most valuable crops."
"Thank you for the welcome! I've trained under Chris Trump for Korean Natural Farming. We take numerous collections of indigenous microorganisms from undisturbed settings and grow them out on a media then inoculate soil and farmland with the…"
Thanks, Robert. I've been interested in organic methods for many years. Been doing no till for a while. This method, KNF, sounds interesting but quite intensive. I'll bet you use it only on your most valuable crops.
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Events & Links
Board of Directors Meetings
Via Zoom 2nd Friday each month.
We are planning to have a workday Saturday, May 14th, 2022. Bring your boots because it'll be wet. Starts at 9:30. If you get there earlier, someone will be there to help you get started.
Since the threat of COVID-19 seems to be lessening, we are resuming organized activities.
Birding Walks in Summer begin at 8:00 am 1st Saturday. Leader: Kathleen Appelbaum.
Wildflower walks begin at 9:30 am. Leader: Joe Liggio or Preserve volunteers.
Birding walk: Saturday June 4, 2022. Leaders: Kathleen and Lisa Appelbaum
Wildflower Walk: Saturday, May21, 2022. Leader: Joe Liggio.