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Ferda’s Homesteader Coffee House

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[UPDATE] I had by mistake, left out the date and time. The FIRST meeting is; June 25th, 2011 at 11:00 AM


Ferda’s is playing host to their own Homesteading Coffee House, with the topic of living a self-sufficient lifestyle.

Share your tips and ideas and learn from others. Newbies, wannabes, and experienced folks all welcome and encouraged to attend. A place to discuss the challenges and problems of homesteading, finding solutions and new ideas.

Homesteading Topics Include:

  • Keeping chickens and other poultry
  • Keeping goats / rabbits / sheep / hogs
  • Bee Keeping and honey production
  • Dealing with predators [ Critter Proofing your Garden ]
  • Cooking with and using herbs
  • Canning and preserving your harvest
  • Bartering
  • DIY Projects

Workshops, Seminars and demonstrations in traditional crafts:

  • Water \ Rain Barrel
  • Paper Making
  • Soap Making
  • Felting
  • Spinning
  • Weaving
  • Basketry
  • Blacksmithing
  • Pottery
  • Composting

We are planning to have a farmers Market in the parking lot too!

Ferda’s Garden Center
1743 US Highway 250
Adena, OH 43901
(740) 546-4467
http://Ferdas.com

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Larry Bertolino

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Larry Bertolino is a 31 year old, U.S Navy Veteran and currently sitting on the board of Directors for the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce, as well as Harrison County Rural Transit.
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