Saturday, Aug. 25, 1pm - 7pm: Decolonizing Our Activism
Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
645 NW Monroe Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330-4722, United States
This life-changing workshop by Idle No More Washington incorporates traditional Native American teachings that are even more relevant and needed today. We will offer some suggestions on how to be a good ally and form partnerships with the traditional stewards of this land.
Two-part workshop followed by potluck; please bring your favorite potluck dish. Free and open to the public. See event page for information, and for donating to help with fees and expenses, and to volunteer to help:
Restoring the Relationship
Workshop series, beginning June 21, 2018:
Practicing and promoting Collectivism in a Capitalist System: incorporating permaculture/harmony with all life-forms into your daily life. A 5-part workshop series aiming toward Restoring the Relationship of humans with the Earth.
I will be teaching songs, skills, philosophies, and techniques for prioritizing and compromising. We will be exploring topics such as honoring Indigeniety, how to De-Colonize, and how to become more naturalized and beneficial especially if you are not Indigenous to the land you live on.
Skills included will be: gardening, harvesting, canning, drying, spinning, knitting, felting, cheese making, bread making, other natural cooking, bee gardening and insect promotion, animal care/companionship/communication.
The classes are designed for the adults, but if you want to bring children they are welcome. Free of charge, honoring gift culture: contributions for materials and sharing of gifts welcome.
Location: Shady Grove Farm Corvallis.
Thursdays from 10am-2 or 3 pm.
Register or inquire by emailing email@example.com
Products And services
Everything pictured is what we have available while supplies last, click on photos below for individual pricing. If you are interested in making a special order please email us.
We offer wool processing, spinning, knitting, felting, and dyeing lessons for $30.00/ per lesson. Please visit our 3 Fates Fiber page for more information.
Registered Mini Nubian kids, please keep an eye on our Mini Nubian page.
We have fruit and veggies at the Corvallis Saturday Market seasonally, all grown here at Shady Grove Farm using permaculture, by Blackthorn's Bounty.
Internships are available for learning any/all aspects of permaculture and homesteading techniques used here, including cheesemaking, animal husbandry, beekeeping, beneficial insect habitat gardening, and much more.