Homesteading Skills, Dallas Ecovillages DFW Ecoviallge Rural Dallas Ecovillage Using Permaculture Sustainable Farming Dallas-Fort Worth North Central Texas DFW North Texas
Dallas-Fort Worth, NorthCentral Texas
Teachers Needed: Homesteading Skills
Rural Produce Farming near Dallas-Fort Worth
Permaculture, Ecovillage, Green Building for N. Texas
We all need homesteading skills for our ecovillage–oreven if we are not moving to the ecovillage. We are starting classes inhomesteading tWe NEED TEACHERS. If you have homesteading skills in anyof the following (or a few we may have missed), please share them with us andothers needing your knowledge in DFW. In turn, you can attend the classes ofothers. Skill sharing!.
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Build a rocket stove
Build chicken coop
Build herb spiral
Build outdoor cooking pits/brick ovens
Build raised garden
Building a hoop house
Building consensus & facilitation
Candle making from soy
Chickens for eggs
Cooking over a campfire.
Cooking w cast iron
|Cooking with solar
Cooking with woodstoves
Earning money from home
Earning money from multiple sources
Earning money from the land
Food canning–pressure canner
Food canning–water bath
Food preservation–long term
Fruit tree grafting
Fruit tree growing
Fruit tree pruning
Greenhouse heat alternatives
Herbal remedies from North Texas native plants
Make home beauty products
Make home cleaning products
Making soap (cold process from oils and lye)
Mushrooms grow & forage
Simple appliance repair
Solar hot water
Wild edible plants
We have events every month or more often. You can find ourevents at http://facebook.com/dfwecovillageand no, you do not need to be a member of Facebook to look at theseevents.
Skill Building Classes. We havelost many of the skills that we need to prosper in energy descent. Others skillsare new with new technologies that will make what could be a trying time betterfor us all. Come learn. Come shareyour skills.
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