Traverse City, MI Yardshare and Produce Exchange

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Traverse City, MI Yardshare and Produce Exchange

An open group for everyone seeking yardshare partners and produce exchange in Traverse City, MI and the surrounding region.

Location: Traverse City, MI
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Apr 18, 2012

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Urban Livestock, Worm Farming 11 Replies

"the weight of earthworms beneath…Continue

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Started by Nellie Eve. Last reply by penny Krebiehl Apr 18, 2012.

HTF Soil Building Workshop (Free) 1 Reply

HTF is hosting an in-town soil-building workshop for anyone interested in utilizing free local resources to build their garden beds. This event is free and open to the public. Workshop will be held…Continue

Started by Samantha Tengelitsch. Last reply by topher Apr 16, 2012.

The Worm Bag

The Worm BagClick on the above link to see how you can construct a "worm bag" for less than $20 for use in in-home composting. The…Continue

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Started by Samantha Tengelitsch Apr 15, 2012.

Vertical Gardening for urban farming

Has anyone tried something like this before?  I love the simplicity and elegance of…Continue

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Started by Nellie Eve Apr 5, 2012.

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Comment by penny Krebiehl on April 18, 2012 at 12:00pm

Urban Farm Project made possible by yard-sharing folks in Traverse City!

O'k CSA taking applications for LLOOFers!

What is LLOOFing? LLOOFing is: Learning Local on Organic Farms. LLOOF is organizational framework creating an educational and cultural exchange in our home-towns. And, it is debuting in Traverse City on an Urban Farm Project through O'k CSA. The LLOOF project is designed for 16 year olds through adult aged-folks, to take part in a local, urban farming project, looking for a green-collar job this summer!

What is the origin and inspiration of LLOOF?
LLOOF is inspired by the principle of exchange, and in particular by WWOOF which is a worldwide network of organizations connecting individuals with the desire to gain a first-hand experience of organic farming to hosts willing to share insights into sustainable ways of living.

FIND OUT MORE...by contacting penny.ok.art@gmail.com
or calling 231-922-2014

Comment by Samantha Tengelitsch on March 15, 2012 at 8:02am

Where are you thinking for construction of a greenhouse?

Comment by penny Krebiehl on March 15, 2012 at 7:08am

Yardsharing and produce exchangers can connect in TC through our facebook page as well:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Urban-Farming-Collective/36874098316...

Comment by penny Krebiehl on March 15, 2012 at 7:02am

Get involved in a Community Greenhouse project:

Join a worker-owned business planning meeting for a Community Greenhouse....THURSDAY, March 22, 6-8 pm @ O'k Studio, 514 Second St., Traverse City, MI.....RSVP @ 231-922-2014

Comment by Samantha Tengelitsch on March 12, 2012 at 7:46am

Welcome! There are some new TC folks who have joined. Let's keep an eye out and invite them to the TC group. 

 

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