Friday, 13 Sep 2019 4:00 PM
Ecosystem Regeneration Artisans presents its first three day intensive!
A camping retreat with the focus on education and community building.
>Meals provided by our generous hosts and sourced their farm, Purple Pastures!<
This is an event for people interested in learning about ethical food systems while implementing animal grazing techniques that regenerate rough Texan soils.
Appropriately managed pastures pull greenhouse gases like CO2 out of the atmosphere and deposit carbon into the soil, where it improves water retention and soil fertility helping us regenerate our land while reversing desertification.
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During this intensive you will learn:
-Real time water conservation methods “Pushing the desert back”
-Generating healthy soils via holistic land management and animal grazing techniques
—>Practicing techniques taught by Allan Savory, Greg Judy, Joel Salatin and other experts
-Measuring healthy soils using soil samples
-Identifying native plants on your farmland that are nutritious and safe for your herd animals
-And techniques for vermicomposting your farm’s waste via methods like compost tea.
The /rough/ schedule and logisitics:
Friday (arrive NO LATER than 6pm)
>4:00pm-5:30pm Arrival and camp set up
>6:00PM to Evening Potluck Dinner
Saturday beginning at 8am Breakfast
-> plant ID walk overview
-> pasture monitoring
–>measuring health of land
Sunday beginning at 8am Breakfast
->Guided plant identification
->Pasture monitoring methods and techniques
End time is around 1pm
We ask people to plan to arrive no later than 6pm on Friday or come Saturday morning as there are NO LIGHTS and only dirt roads that lead to the farm.
All meals will be included in ticket purchase and provided by the farm with the exception of Friday’s night potluck.
About the Host Farm:
Purple Pastures is a budding regenerative farm practicing holistic land management techniques in Comanche Texas. There are natural, geothermal homes being built onsite as well as covered areas, barns, and beautiful landscapes. The farm aspires to be a model for sustainable grazing methods and a recognized source for local meat and food products.
About Ecosystem Regeneration Artisans:
The founder, Shannon Brown, began ERA over a year ago to implement regenerative landscaping practices throughout Central Texas. Their mission is to create oasis that provides food security, clean water, carbon capture and habitat for wildlife.
Our Potential rain date: 4/26-4/28