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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Via Zoom 2nd Friday each month.
We have decided to cancel work days because it's hot. We will resume in September.
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 August 6th, 2022 at 8:00 am. Leaders: Kathleen and Lisa Appelbaum
You could get here early for the wildflower walk and do some birding!
Wildflower Walk: Saturday, August 6that 9:30 am. Leader: Joe Liggio.
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