Time: Sat, Jul 10, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sharing and Creating Habitat
Ravenwood is 172 acres at the end of a dirt road. Twelve of those acres are dedicated human habitats and 160 acres are home to a variety of plants, animals and other organisms. On our habitat walk we will explore the different ways in which we are interacting with the land, water and other organisms. This will include some permaculture practices, garden irrigation, tree leaf fodder, forest pigs, pollinator gardens, and a moldering gap composting toilet. Ravenwood is the former site of the Grassroots Educational Expeditions and the Audubon Expedition Institute’s Sustainable Practices undergraduate semester.
Limit: 20 participants.
No dogs, please.