Here is the link to the Kandle Heeter that was featured in the 4/11/09 workshop class on “Warmrooms”. Several people expressed an interest in this and if you haven’t got a clue as to what it is you might want to check it out too. There are also several other innovative items.
Roy G. showing the similar heater he made along the lines of the “Kandle Heeter” during one of our workshop hours. Allen P. is on the left giving the demonstration on rainbarrels.
Another item-May 16th 1:00-4:00
“Chicken Management 101:Small-Scale Egg Production” is something I would like to pass on. I am going to take this class and hope you can join me.
Municipality Regulations – Can I have chickens?
Structure Design (Coop) – Where will they live?
Breeds – Which breed is best for me?
Food and Water – What will they eat and drink?
Disease and Insects – What if they get sick?
Waste Management – What do I do with their waste?
Egg Management – How do I store and sell eggs?
This course is designed for home egg producers but is also applicable to small-scale
farmers looking to start producing eggs.
This is being held at the WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center and is only $20 per family.
For more information or to register, contact: Rene’ Skaggs Pierce Conservation
District 253-845-9770 x 106 or email@example.com