Wild Goose Farm 2019 Schedule
(Due to storm damage at the farm the 2019 schedule was revised to include responding to the damage at the farm. Thanks for your support and understanding.)
March 2019 (Pre-season)
Friday, March 22nd; ; Edible Landscapes Work and Learn with Andrew’s Class- picking up deadfall (1-2pm)
Friday, March 29th: Wild and Free (10-1pm), Edible Landscapes Work and Learn with Andrew’s Class- Cardboard and Removing Deadfall (1:00-3:00pm) (rain date: Sunday 2-5)
Wednesday, April 3rd: Kevin Gilmore’s Bucknell Class Visit: Action Research at the Farm- Water Quality (1-3pm)
Friday, April 5th: Wild and Free (10-1), Edible Landscape with Andrew Stuhl’s Class-Mulching (1:00-3:00pm)(12:30-3:30pm)
Saturday, April 6th: Spring Thaw Workday (10-12)
Friday, April 12th: Wild and Free (10-1) Edible Landscapes Work and Learn (1:00-3:00pm) (rd: Sunday 2-5)
Friday, April 19th: Wild and Free (10-1)
Friday, April 26th: Wild and Free (10-1)
Saturday, April 27th: LBG Arts Festival
Sunday, April 28th, Forest Clean-up 1-5pm
Friday, May 3rd: Wild and Free (10-1)
Friday, May 10th: Wild and Free (10-1)
Saturday, May 11th: (10:00am-1pm) Opening Day - Member and Friends Farm Brunch and Walk thru of the Storm Damaged Forest (1-4pm) Storm Damage Clean Up
Friday, May 17th: Wild and Free (10-1); planting sugar maples and perennials
Friday, May 24st: Wild and Free (10-1)
Friday, May 31st: Wild and Free (10-1): sketching and designing new possibilities in the forest
Climate Discussions led by Peterson Toscano Times to Be Decided (May and June)
Saturday, June 1st 1-5pm: Penn Garvin leads a workshop on environmental activism (to sign up or for info contact Penn at firstname.lastname@example.org). Pre-event: Noon - 12:30 PM; Forest Walk Storm Damage and Climate Change reflection with potluck lunch to follow. Led by Dave K-G.
Climate Discussions led by Peterson Toscano Times to Be Decided (May and June). Please RSVP and let us know you are interested. We will gather the group and then pick the dates.
Friday, June 7th: Wild and Free (10-1)
Saturday, June 8th, 2-9 PM (All events free for members - please pre-register for workshops)
Workshops - 2 PM Regenerative Growing and Soil (Kathy); 3 PM Intro to Parenting Healthy Kids; 4 PM Mushroom Inoculation (Dave); 5 PM Forest Bathing; 5:30 A Kombucha How To (kids especially welcome)
Campfire Cookout - 6-7 PM DIY kebabs (ingredients provided; some assembly required)
Sing-along: 7- 9 PM Brian Gockley will lead.
Non-members are welcome - Cookout/singalong $10; $20 per workshop or $50 for the day; kids are half price. Please RSVP for the cookout and register for each workshop you wish to attend to ensure we have the minimum number needed for the workshops to go ahead.
Friday, June 14th: Wild and Free (10-1): Garden Work and Learn (9-11)
Friday, June: 21th: Wild and Free (10-1);
Friday, June 28th: Wild and Free (10-1) Berry Harvest (Mulberries) (12-1)
Friday, July 5th-10th: Youth Theatre/Arts/Food Week in July (Kathy)
TAF is an overnight week at the farm for youth (ages 15-20). We explore different theatre forms; dabble in various art media; take part in fun outdoor activities & games, and help to plant, harvest, cook, and eat delicious food. Check out details on our website.
Friday, July 5th: Wild and Free (10-1); Berry Harvest 12-1 (Black Raspberries); Peterson Toscano Performance 7pm
Friday, July 12th: Wild and Free 10-1; Berry Harvest 12-1 (Blueberries)
Friday, July 19th: Wild and Free 10-1; Berry Harvest (Blueberries; Elderberries) 12-1
Friday, July 26th: Wild and Free 10-1; Berry Harvest (Blueberries; Elderberries) 12-1
Saturday, October 5th, 9am-4pm, George Lakey will hold a workshop on building effective political campaigns. Lakey has been active in political organizing. He also speaks at Bucknell in the Langone Center Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 1st from 7-8:30. See below for more information. Free for members.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 7-10pm. Folk Justice will play a rousing set of danceable tunes beginning at 8. Brian Gockley will lead a sing-along for kids and families beginning at 7. Free for members and storm clean-up volunteers. Guests $5/person; $15/family.
Friday, November, 1st, 1-3pm and Sunday, November 3rd. 2-4pm. Planting persimmons and paw paw and many more delicious native trees and shrubs. Come for one or both sessions.
Date TBA. Member potluck, We'll enjoy a meal together, wrap up the year and provide a retrospective on our activities of the past 6 years.