Events for May 16, 2018
This class may not provide you the answer to the chicken or the egg paradox, but it will give you an inside look to Turner Farm's egg production and chicken raising with our manager of livestock and pastures, Daniel Losekamp. After a tour of the farm to see how we raise and manage our chickens, the class will return to the barn studio for a hands-on cooking experience in the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen with Chef Stephanie to show you how to get the most flavor and utility out of chicken. The class will end with a large farm-fresh lunch!Find out more »
Butterflies need your help! Many butterfly habitats have been lost to human activities, such as home construction, industrial landscaping and conventional farming. Planting a butterfly garden is an easy way to help butterflies and to attract them to your home. This class will cover the selection of nectar plants to attract adult butterflies, selection of host plants for specific native butterflies, other butterfly needs and how to become a certified monarch waystation.
The cost of the class includes a four-pack of Milkweed to get your garden started.Find out more »