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UCSC Farm and Garden Skillshare - 25 Sept

The apprentices at the Farm and Garden program at UCSC are holding a free skillshare event on the 25th of Sept.
Please join the UCSC Farm and Garden apprentices for a day of
skill-sharing workshops!

When: Sunday. September 25, 10:00-4:00 (Workshops start at 10, 11,
1, 2, and 3)

Where: UCSC Farm (see directions below) event headquarters at the Farm Center

What: Learn how to bake sourdough bread, fix your bike, make
sauerkraut, felt, do shiatsu/acupressure, and much more. . .

Who: farmers-in-training and other community members will present workshops. People of all ages and all walks of life are welcome (as of this writing, there are still some spaces left to present workshops-- let us know if you'd like to present. Please let us know ASAP if you want to do one. There are kitchen spaces available as well as closed rooms and open gardens. Workshop slots are 50 minutes.)

Lunch: potluck or bag lunch- bring food to share in celebration and instruments for lunchtime (12-1) jamming

DIRECTIONS

(You may want to allot 20 minutes to walk to the farm from the East Remote parking lot. There is disabled parking nearby
as well as a handful of parking spaces closer to the
farm.)

From downtown Santa Cruz:

Head north on Mission St.
Turn right on Bay Street and follow it onto the UC
Santa Cruz campus, where it becomes Coolidge Drive.
Continue past the security kiosk, (if they ask, tell
them you are going to the "FARM") on Coolidge. By bike, turn left at the first stop light and take the bike path uphill and immediately up dirt path. You'll see the farm gates on the left.

By car, at the
second stoplight, make a left on Hagar. To get
straight to the farm (i.e. by bike or to drop off folks), take the
first left. To park, continue on Hagar past this left and make the first right, about 1/4 mile more up the hill. The parking
lot is called East Remote. You do not need a permit to
park here on weekends. Walk down the hill, making a
right at the sign for CASFS Farm & The Village. Go
through the parking lot and pass the bike path onto
the gravel road. You'll see a fence with a sign for
CASFS.

For more information, please contact: kimallen (at) wildmail.com or daveshaw (at) biofuel.coop
 
 


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