Ananda Farm no-till community-grain-growing experiment –
This Saturday, April 26, 11 am – 4 pm
Lunch served at 1 pm ($5)
The first annual community grain sowing happens this Saturday at the farm on Camano Island
What is this for?
To prepare seed beds and sow grains and chickpeas at the farm for the 2014 season.
Last year we began the exploration of no-till grain growing, with Barley, Oats, Quinoa and Rye. No till means no tractor and thus no disruption to the life in the soil, and no dependence on oil. The goal is sustainability as a farm and community, and cultivating uplifted consciousness in our farming methods.
Who can help?
All are invited to participate. and opportunities for service do not discriminate by size, talents, age, hair color, size or shape. All those with love for life are welcome to participate and take a hand in growing the farm’s abundance.
This is an experiment, and one we are sure to learn from. Come be students of nature with us, and learn together as we grow.
Zach, Hailey, Glenda & Nivritti
The Ananda farmers
Questions? Ask ’em here!
Please park at
732 Haven Place