Michael Burns | 2 Mar 14:58 2011

Food, Farming, & Cooking Events in Ithaca & Finger Lakes (Spring 2011)

If you have not already susbscribed to Ithaca's Food Web Blog, take a look at
the great collection of posts and resources at:
http://ithacasfoodweb.blogspot.com

Below is a great local events calendar posted every season:

Food, Farming, and Cooking Events in Ithaca, Tompkins County, and the Finger
Lakes (Winter-Spring 2011)

If you would like your event listed here, please email ithacasfoodweb <at> gmail.com.
For more regional agriculture and farming events, visit the Groundswell Center
events calendar.

Spring 2011 CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

March 3, 2011

EATING SMART & BEING ACTIVE Learn how to feed yourself and your family
healthy, affordable and tasty food in this 8-week class series, meeting every
Thursday morning, 10:00am-12:00 until April 7 at Tompkins County Cooperative
Extension, 615 Willow Ave.  Join any time - classes are ongoing. Women who are
eligible for WIC, Medicaid, Food Stamps or similar programs can attend this
FREE workshop series.  Meet other parents of young children, make and enjoy a
lunch together, and receive FREE kitchen items you can use at home.

March 5, 2011

Community Supported Agriculture Fair on Saturday, March 5, 12:00-3:00pm at
Boynton Middle School, Cayuga at Rt. 13, Ithaca. What is Community Supported
Agriculture (CSA)? Learn about this partnership between consumers and farmers;
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Sandra Repp | 3 Mar 17:50 2011
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Gardening Events in March & April

Get ready for spring with the following Gardening events offered through Cornell Cooperative Extension!


Coping with Household Insect Pests!
Tuesday, March 8, 6:30-8:30pm
at CCE-Tompkins Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca NY
Cornell Entomologist Carolyn Klass will focus her discussion on the growing bedbug problem, carpenter ants, and Indian meal moths, but questions on other household insect pests are welcome.  Learn how to prevent infestations, and what to do if they happen.  Pre-registration recommended so we can provide enough handouts. Call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County at (607) 272-2292.  Fee: $5.

Food Gardening Panel Discussion-Focus on FRUITS!
Wednesday, March 9, 6:30-8:30pm
at CCE-Tompkins Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca NY
Don
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Get ready for spring with the following Gardening events offered through
Cornell Cooperative Extension!<br><br><br>Coping with Household Insect Pests!<br>Tuesday, March 8, 6:30-8:30pm<br>at CCE-Tompkins Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca
NY<br>Cornell Entomologist Carolyn Klass will focus her discussion on the
growing bedbug problem, carpenter ants, and Indian meal moths, but
questions on other household insect pests are welcome.&nbsp; Learn how to
prevent infestations, and what to do if they happen.&nbsp;
Pre-registration recommended so we can provide enough handouts. Call
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County at (607) 272-2292.&nbsp;
Fee: $5.<br><br>Food Gardening Panel Discussion-Focus on
FRUITS!<br>Wednesday, March 9, 6:30-8:30pm <br>at CCE-Tompkins Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca
NY<br>Don
Liz Falk | 3 Mar 18:02 2011
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FREE Garden Teacher-Training Series with Ithaca Based Gardens4Humanity

For immediate release – please share widely:

 

Interested in gardening with kids or hands-on gardening opportunities in your community?
Take a FREE 20-hour gardening and teaching workshop!

Training Starts Monday March 14th! 6-9pm

 

Gardens 4 Humanity (G4H) is recruiting parents, teachers, students and all interested community members to become Gardens 4 Humanity teachers. As a G4H teacher, you will receive a free 20-hour garden based learning training on topics including gardening basics, effectively teaching kids and adults in and out of the classroom setting, and garden and food related activities.  After the training, you will be able to shadow experienced G4H teachers in a classroom, after-school or community setting during garden based learning programs.  You will then be matched with a school or community site in TompkinsCounty to teach/help/lead a group on a regular basis.  (We will do our best to match you to a school or community center of choice/close to your home.)

NOTE: In exchange for the free 20-hour training, Gardens 4 Humanity asks for 20-hours of volunteer time in TompkinsCounty. 

No prior gardening experience is required.

 

Dates: The Monday March 14 6-9pm, Monday March 28 6-9pm, Saturday April 2 10-4pm, and Monday April 11 6-9pm.  You must be able to attend all 4 sessions unless special arrangements are made.

Location: Greater Ithaca Activity Center (GIAC) 301 Albany Street (unless noted otherwise)

For more Information and to Register: Visit our web sit: www.ccetompkins.org/g4h and fill out an application

 

**Gardens 4 Humanity (G4H) is a community-driven organization that promotes economic, personal, and neighborhood empowerment through urban gardening and local farm connections.

 

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Compost, Gardens & Markets

Cornell Cooperative Extension

(607) 272-2292 ext. 268

 

 

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is recruiting parents, teachers, students and all interested community members
to become Gardens 4 Humanity teachers. As a G4H teacher, you will receive a
free 20-hour garden based learning training on topics including gardening
basics, effectively teaching kids and adults in and out of the classroom
setting, and garden and food related activities.&nbsp; After the training, you
will be able to shadow experienced G4H teachers in a classroom, after-school or
community setting during garden based learning programs.&nbsp; You will then be
matched with a school or community site in TompkinsCounty
to teach/help/lead a group on a regular basis.&nbsp; (We will do our best to
match you to a school or community center of choice/close to your home.)<p></p></span></p>

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March 14 6-9pm, Monday March 28 6-9pm, Saturday April 2 10-4pm, and Monday
April 11 6-9pm.&nbsp; <span>You must be able to
attend all 4 sessions unless special arrangements are made.</span><p></p></p>

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noted otherwise)<p></p></p>

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</span>Visit our web sit: <a href="http://www.ccetompkins.org/g4h">www.ccetompkins.org/g4h</a>
and fill out an <a href="http://ccetompkins.org/sites/all/files/158/G4H%20Training%20Application_2011.doc">application</a><p></p></p>

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Michael Burns | 3 Mar 20:56 2011

Permaculture Design Certification course 7/22 - 8/7, 2011 Finger Lakes NY


The Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute
http://FingerLakesPermaculture.org

presents our

Permaculture Design Certification course

July 22 through August 7, 2011

This is our ninth, internationally recognized certification course. We train
people of all backgrounds to mimic natural patterns and principles in their
yards, on their land, and in their homes and businesses.

This year’s teaching staff includes Michael Burns, Steve Gabriel, Karryn
Olson-Ramanujan, and Rafter Sass, plus guest presenters from the local
permaculture community.

The course equips students with a whole systems approach to utilize the
principles, techniques, and challenges of permaculture as a system of
sustainable design. Our off-grid learning community explores a wide range of
topics. Some land-based examples are soil regeneration, water conservation,
building ponds and swales, managing woodlots, building natural and efficient
homes, utilizing renewable energy, and designing gardens.  In addition, we
will examine social and economic paradigms, alternatives, and skills for
building just and regenerative communities.

We teach through presentations, case studies, hands-on experiential learning,
design exercises and the student design practicum. We follow the traditional
permaculture curriculum with an emphasis on strategies for the cool temperate
climate found in North America's northeastern regions. Instruction is
augmented by presentations from local experts, field trips, and fun.

For more information and registration information visit:
http://FingerLakesPermaculture.org

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Michael Burns | 4 Mar 14:52 2011

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair, Ithaca NY, Saturday, 3/5

From:    "Elizabeth Viviana Karabinakis" <evk4@...>

Greetings local farm and food lovers!

It's that exciting time of year when the snow blanketing our fields is
starting to melt and seeds are soon to find the soil, water and warmth they
need to sprout!

Farmers are gearing up for another bountiful season of local foods and so
should you. Come join us for the Annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Fair next Saturday, March 5th to meet local farms offering CSA shares and find
the right one for you!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair
Date: Saturday, March 5th
Time: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: Boynton Middle School Cafeteria, 1601 North Cayuga Street, Ithaca
Cost:  FREE
What: 17 farms serving the Tompkins County and the surrounding area will be
available to speak with community members at this year’s CSA Fair. Fruits,
vegetables, granola, backed goods, meats, eggs, herbs and herbal products, and
even fiber – many local producers are finding the CSA marketing model
well-suited to their products.

CSA provides members with a weekly, or periodic, selection of products and
farmers with an established market prior to the growing season. There are
differences between CSA programs such as share size, products offered, pick-up
locations, u-pick options and on-farm work opportunities. Attend the CSA Fair
to learn about the many benefits of CSA, meet and talk with farmers, and find
out which CSA program might be perfect for you. There will be quiet activities
to occupy children while parents circulate and table space to sit and review
material you gather. CSA programs fill up quickly so don’t miss out this
season.

The CSA Fair is hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and
is free and open to the public. For more information, call Debbie Teeter or
Liz Karabinakis at CCE-Tompkins, 607-272-2292.

<<<<< Ten Reasons to Join a CSA Farm >>>>>
1. Know Where Your Food Comes From
In a CSA share your produce comes directly from your farmer so you know who is
growing your food and how. If you have questions about their farming practices
or values just ask! With this level of transparency, you can rest assured
knowing your farmer cares about what matters to you.
2. Support the Economic Democracy of Small Farming
By supporting small family farms you are fostering the broad-based independent
decision making of economic democracy. You are helping to break up the
concentration of power from a select few profit-driven corporations and making
room for values beyond the bottom line. You are supporting an economic system
where more people are empowered to meet their basic needs with dignity and can
have meaningful control of their resources.
3. Save Money
CSA shares offer more value for your food dollar! 100% of your money goes
directly to the farmer to grow and harvest high quality food for you. By
working directly together, farmers and consumers can cut out the middlemen and
extraneous costs (trucking companies, retailers, lobbyists, etc.).
4. More Selection
Most CSA farms strive for ecological diversity and a wide variety in crop
production, so over the course of the season CSA farmers usually grow more
types of vegetables than found at a grocery store. You’ll discover varieties
that you might not otherwise find or buy, so get ready to enjoy your share of
the season’s bounty including leeks, celeriac, edamame, garlic scapes, daikon,
and many other diverse goodies!
5. Better Flavor
CSA farmers select for more flavorful varieties of produce and the time
between harvest and consumption is reduced so you get fresher food that tastes
better. Unlike industrial farmers that harvest for shipping and shelf-life,
CSA farmers harvest for ripeness and flavor. Eating seasonally means every
week you receive what the conditions were most fit to produce so you’re
guaranteed to eat your veggies at their peak. Get ready for a culinary delight
and adventure!
6. Have fun!
There are lots of exciting ways to enjoy your CSA share- including visits to
the farm, u-picking, potluck dinners and community events. During the growing
season there is always something fun to do with you and your family to
celebrate local agriculture, enjoy good food and mingle with other CSA
members. To find out more about opportunities to have fun with your CSA share
ask your farmer or check out the event calendar on Tompkins County Cooperative
Extension’s website http://ccetompkins.org/
7. Grow Your Local Economy
By being a CSA member you are keeping your food dollar circulating locally to
support a healthy community and environment. In an era when 120 acres of
farmland are permanently lost every year in the US and the average person has
or will face job insecurity, becoming a CSA member helps ensure your farmer
has what they need to invest in land and labor. CSA members who pay upfront of
the growing season help provide the capitol when the farmers need it most to
avoid high interest loans for equipment, seeds, fertilizers or other inputs
required for a successful growing season. If everyone in Tompkins County spent
just 10% of their grocery dollars on local foods we would generate 16 million
dollars of economic value for our region.
8. Put the Culture Back into Food
Community Supported Agriculture allows people to reconnect to the land, the
farmer, the food, their community and themselves. Indulge and reestablish your
roots. Experience a tomato fresh off the vine and still warm from the sun.
Meet and socialize with others that share a common desire for fresh food.
Exchange recipes, stories, experiences and grow together with the season.
9. Ecological Stewardship
Did you know that the average conventional bite of food travels 1,500 miles?
Or that only 10% of the amount of fossil fuel energy used in the world’s food
system is for producing food; the other 90% goes into packaging, transporting
and marketing? Or that 97% of fruit and vegetable varieties have become
unavailable commercially and replaced by only a few uniform varieties since
the turn of the 20th century? Industrial agriculture was designed to produce
mass quantities of limited types of food cheaply, but now we are learning the
real costs and unsustainability of this system. Community Supported
Agriculture offers an environmentally friendly option by reducing food miles,
maintaining biodiversity and practicing farming techniques that will keep the
land fertile for generations. Thankfully our local CSA farms grow lots of
great things right here, so look no further! Decrease your carbon footprint-
become a CSA member!
10. CSAs are healthy for you, your community and your environment!
For all of the reasons above and many more, become a CSA member and experience
for yourself why over 1,500 of your fellow community members have chosen to
invest in themselves and partner with our local family farms.

Elizabeth Viviana Karabinakis
Community Food Educator
Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County
607.272.2292 x190
ccetompkins.org<http://ccetompkins.org/>

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The Finger Lakes Permaculture Institute
offers workshops, apprenticeships, and
permaculture design certificate classes.
http://www.fingerlakespermaculture.org
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Reserve Your Seat - Dave Jacke, Edible Forest Gardens Author, to speak at U of R April 10th

Peace and Permaculture:  Food Forestry for Ecological and Cultural Regeneration presented by Dave Jacke, EdibleForestGardens Author
Sunday April 10, 2011 2-4 PM
Univ. of Rochester Interfaith Chapel
Co-Sponsored by:
MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, and
Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture

What can the forest teach us about ecological food production?  About the practice of nonviolence?  About how to redesign our culture so that we humans heal our ecosystems and communities, rather than destroying them?  Healthy forests maintain, fertilize, and renew themselves, naturally.  When we understand how these amazing properties emerge from forest ecosystem structure and function, we can apply that knowledge to the design of “food forests” that mimic natural forests while growing food, fuel, fiber, fodder, fertilizers, farmaceuticals, and fun!  With forest gardens as our teachers, we can also use the same principles to design human social systems that allow us each to fully be ourselves while interconnecting in functional ways.  This can create a culture of free human beings that builds community health and well-being without force or violence.  This talk by Edible Forest Gardens author Dave Jacke introduces the vision of forest gardening with some scientific background, a few living examples, and a sampling of some useful perennial edibles you can use in your own garden.  It also summarizes how the ecology of forests can guide the practical application of nonviolence in regenerating our culture.  Suggested minimum donation $10; no one turned away for lack of funds.

Location: RiverLevel
Univ. of Rochester Interfaith Chapel, 500 Joseph C Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY.

For info or to register, contact:
Patty Love, Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture
patty-ipWC4SU2WL3Ujcsq+GgztFgOQ46sM8Jb@public.gmane.org, 585.506.6505 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting
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Warmly,

patty love, Owner

Barefoot Edible Landscape & Permaculture

patty <at> barefootpermaculture.com

www.barefootpermaculture.com


Program Director
Rochester Permaculture Institute

www.rochesterpermacultureinstitute.org

patty-ipWC4SU2WL3Ujcsq+GgztFgOQ46sM8Jb@public.gmane.org

585.506.6505

PO Box 18212

Rochester, NY14618

My life's purpose is gathering and sharing resources and information that regenerate my own and others' abundant existence and vibrant well-being.

"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought."  ~ Albert Szent-Giorgi, Nobel Laureate

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" ~ Mary Oliver

 

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 of Rochester</span><span>
Interfaith Chapel<br><span>Co-Sponsored by: </span><span><br></span><a href="http://gandhiinstitute.org/">MK Gandhi Institute for
Nonviolence</a>, and<br><a href="http://www.barefootpermaculture.com/">Barefoot Edible Landscape &amp;
Permaculture</a><span><br><br></span>What can the forest teach us about ecological food production?&nbsp;
About the practice of nonviolence?&nbsp; About how to redesign our culture so
that we humans heal our ecosystems and communities, rather than destroying
them?&nbsp; Healthy forests maintain, fertilize, and renew themselves,
naturally.&nbsp; When we understand how these amazing properties emerge from
forest ecosystem structure and function, we can apply that knowledge to the
design of &ldquo;food forests&rdquo; that mimic natural forests while growing food, fuel,
fiber, fodder, fertilizers, farmaceuticals, and fun!&nbsp; With forest gardens
as our teachers, we can also use the same principles to design human social
systems that allow us each to fully be ourselves while interconnecting in
functional ways.&nbsp; This can create a culture of free human beings that
builds community health and well-being without force or violence.&nbsp; This
talk by Edible Forest Gardens author Dave Jacke introduces the vision of forest
gardening with some scientific background, a few living examples, and a
sampling of some useful perennial edibles you can use in your own garden.&nbsp;
It also summarizes how the ecology of forests can guide the practical
application of nonviolence in regenerating our culture.<span>&nbsp; Suggested minimum
donation $10; no one turned away for lack of funds.</span><span><br></span><br><span>Location: </span>RiverLevel<br>Univ. of Rochester
Interfaith Chapel, 500 Joseph C
  Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY.<p></p></span></p>

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info or to register, contact:</span><span><br>
Patty Love, Barefoot Edible Landscape &amp; Permaculture<br><a href="mailto:patty@...?subject=Dave%20Jacke%3A%20Peace%20%26%20Permaculture%20talk">patty@...</a>,
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<p class="MsoNormal"><span>patty love, Owner<p></p></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Barefoot Edible Landscape &amp; Permaculture</span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><a href="mailto:patty@...">patty <at> barefootpermaculture.com</a></span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><a href="http://www.barefootpermaculture.com">www.barefootpermaculture.com</a></span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><br></span><span>Program Director</span><span><br>
Rochester Permaculture Institute<p></p></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span><a href="http://www.rochesterpermacultureinstitute.org">www.rochesterpermacultureinstitute.org</a><p></p></span></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>patty@...</span><span><br><br>
585.506.6505</span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>PO Box</span><span> 18212</span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>Rochester</span><span>, NY14618</span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>My life's purpose is gathering and
sharing resources and information that regenerate my own and others' abundant
existence and vibrant well-being.</span><p></p></p>

<p class="MsoNormal"><span>"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody
has seen and thinking what nobody has thought."&nbsp; </span><span>~ Albert
Szent-Giorgi, Nobel Laureate<br><br></span><span>"Tell
me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"</span><span> ~&nbsp;Mary
Oliver</span><p></p></p>

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Michael Burns | 6 Mar 16:10 2011

Wool handling workshop: Mar 12 & 13 Tompkins County, NY

WOOL HANDLING SCHOOL
Date: March 12 and 13, 2011 (noon to noon)
Workshop fee: $25
Instructor: Ron Cole
ASI Wool Education Consultant
5616 Pawnee Lane, Greeley  CO  80634
970-339-9044     Cell 970-302-4117

Registration: Please call the ASI office at 303-771-3500 ext 54  
(Zahrah) to sign up for the school and make arrangements to pay the  
$25.00 (credit cards accepted).  Please send in registrations as soon  
as possible.

Fleeces:  We will have lots of fine wool fleeces, and various other  
educational fleeces for people to handle in addition to a multitude of
medium wool fleeces from the Cornell flocks.  You are also welcomed to  
bring fleeces from your own sheep for Ron to give input on.

Location: Cornell Sheep Farm
440 Slaterville Rd, Dryden, NY 13053

Mapquest directions are at:
http://www.mapquest.com/maps?address=440+Slaterville+Rd&zipcode=13053

Information about the farm is at:
http://www.sheep.cornell.edu/research/csf/index.html

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Dave Jacke | 6 Mar 16:11 2011

Re: Wool handling workshop: Mar 12 & 13 Tompkins County, NY

Thanks for your email.  I will not be able to answer emails from Sunday, March 6 through Tuesday, March 15.  I
will try to get back to you asap after that.

Thanks and have a great day!

Dave Jacke

 “Teach this triple truth to all: 
  a generous heart, 
  kind speech, 
  and a life of service and compassion
  are the things which renew humanity.”
        Buddha

Sandra Repp | 8 Mar 20:31 2011
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3/9: Food Garden Panel Discussion at CCE

Food Garden Panel Discussion
Wednesday, March 9, 6:30-8:30pm
at Cooperative Extension Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue, Ithaca NY
Don
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Food Garden Panel Discussion<br>
Wednesday, March 9, 6:30-8:30pm <br>at Cooperative Extension Education Center, 615 Willow Avenue,
Ithaca NY<br>Don
Dave Jacke | 8 Mar 20:32 2011

Re: 3/9: Food Garden Panel Discussion at CCE

Thanks for your email.  I will not be able to answer emails from Sunday, March 6 through Tuesday, March 15.  I
will try to get back to you asap after that.

Thanks and have a great day!

Dave Jacke

 “Teach this triple truth to all: 
  a generous heart, 
  kind speech, 
  and a life of service and compassion
  are the things which renew humanity.”
        Buddha


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