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DAPNet Logging Workshop!

Hosted by Jay Fisher at Long View Farm in Charlestown NH

November 29th, 2014 10am – 4pm

turloch-woods
Demonstration of safe felling, efficient transport, and milling of timber.  
 
Lunch available by donation – chili and cornbread!  

Admission starting at $20, or $10 for interns.
 
Please mail registration along with check to DAPNet at 
509 Dutton Brook Lane, Brownington VT 05860
Questions? Email dapnetinfo@gmail.com, or call Jay Fisher at 603 477 2114.

 

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Thinning of Sugarbush using Draft Power

November 9th – 2014

On Sunday, November 9, 2014 Sherry and Art Tunbridge will holding an educational event at their farm in Ashord CT.  This event will feature the use of draft power in the thinning of a sugarbush.  This has been an annual event cosponsored by the Yale School of Forestry.  Yale students and faculty attend this event along with the general public and many local forest landowners.

For more info contact:

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FREE Workshop – ‘Exploring Oxen’  at Spring Meadows Farm

April 9th, 2015

Millerton PA

AM Demos, PM Hands-on driving 4 teams of all ages.

Limited to ten participants!  Call 570 537 2128 for more info on how to register.

www.springmeadowsfarm.wordpress.com

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_culti05                                                  Fair Winds Farm

Celebrating 34 years of diversified, horse-powered family farming.

Fair Winds Farm is a 42 acre diversified, horse powered, family operated  farm. We work together with our horses, chickens, sheep, goats, turkeys, pigs and perennial and vegetable gardens to feed ourselves and our community. Jay and Janet run the farm business with the help of many others, including: daughter Erica and family (Jason, Jonas and Margaret), son Reuben, and friends Mary-Diane, John and Joe. Through the participation of each of these minds and bodies, the farm evolves to suit its farmers. We thank each for their contributions and welcome you to come and visit. Link to events & workshop calendar: http://fairwindsfarm.org/calendar.html _____________________________________________________________

Sanborn Mills FARM

Workshop 2014 General Information

Over the years we have offered workshops, demonstrations and events  in the following areas at various times..

Traditional Blacksmithing for Beginners & Intermediate Smiths Jigs for Blacksmithing Forge Welding with Coal Spinning Introductory Tinsmithing

Stone Wall Building Traditional Timber Harvest Timber Framing Historic Preservation Internships

Oxen Basics for the Teamster and Team Logging with Oxen Logging with Horses Logging with Draft Animals Workhorse Management (The Smooth Side to the Horse) Breaking Ground for Planting with Mules

Water-Powered Sawmill Demonstrations & Farm Tours Barn Raisings Corn Husking & Barn Dance

How to Reach Us:

Colin and Paula Cabot 7097 Sanborn Road Loudon, New Hampshire 03307 Telephone: (603) 435-7314    email: Info@Sanbornmills.org

Our workshops are small, so reserve a place early.  We have four student forges for Black smithing.  Tin smithing is limited to eight.  Spinning is limited to six.  Workshops generally cost around $125 – $150 per day depending on whether meals are included.  Accommodation is $40 per night. Some materials may cost extra, too. Please tell us if you’re interested in a particular workshop and we’ll arrange a schedule to fit yours.  Simply call us or e-mail us to tell us your time preference and we’ll coordinate your availability with that of others in order to fill up classes.