Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Morning on the farm and the One Cow Revolution
Session II of the Summer Agriculture Semester has begun with students arriving at the barns at 6:30 to meet and milk Weebit, move lambs, feed chicks, collect eggs, groom and feed horses, move cattle to fresh grass, and generally return to the rhythm of farming. Classes include Permaculture, Agriculture Power Systems, Homestead Arts, and The One Cow Revolution.
Posted by Rick Thomas at 8:41 AM