We have available to our members some yard tools that can be loaned out. Several tools are from Tom McNeil that he donated to our group and we also have a garden claw if anyone would like to try it out. There is also an old rototiller (the beast) that we have. Wayne will bring these tools to the community garden next Saturday if you’d like to take a look.
In a message dated 7/16/2010 8:56:08 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, JPDAZZ@aol.com writes:
Perma-Dise site tour is set for Saturday, July 31st
Mathilda will be running a 90 minute tour of the Yelm Project site for us.
Cost: 15.00 dollars per person may be less depending on the size of our group.
Time: 10:00 am
Where: Old Cougar Mountain Store Parking Lot (directions to follow)
Tentative: For those who would like to car pool or just follow someone there we will meet in the Montessori school parking lot (Graham) at 8:45 am. We will depart from there to the cougar mountain store by 9:00 am sharp
LUNCH: TO FOLLOW TOUR (Location to be arranged-more info to come) cost $10.00+
Contact: IF you would like to enjoy what looks to be a great tour please contact Jim L. and confirm.
253 232 2668 firstname.lastname@example.org
Permaculture is about designing ecological human habitats and food production systems by learning from nature with emphasis on multi-use plants and cultural practices. A syngergistic combination of plants is used to promote an environment where all plant community members thrive all year around. Permaculture is about working with nature, not against it, by creating greater sustainability and productivity.
At Perma-Dise we are focusing on the production of all natural, top quality foods without the use of modern chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers. Our product selection ranges from homemade mushroom noodles to german woodoven bread. You will likely find some of our products at your local farmer’s market.
On another topic there is the Organic by Nature News letter below to take a look at.
Organic By Nature Farm News
Organic By Nature News Greetings!
This has been a very busy planting season. We have been building above ground planters for our gardens and are very happy with the results we are having. Our goal is to provide fresh produce year round and we are well on our way. Wecontinue to grow! As I am writing this we are building six more boxes for produce. I am so excited to be able to provide our community with fresh naturally grown produce and soon farm fresh eggs from chickens fed certified organic feed. Our tomato, pepper and cucumber plants are beginning to bear fruit along with many other things.
You may not know the different things that we sell so I will just give you a brief rundown of what we have available.
Organic feed: Chicken, turkey, chicken grower and alfalfa pellets.
Worm casting and verma compost (awesome for your garden)
Soil amendments:compost by the bag or by the pick up load
Farm fresh eggs
Fresh produce in season
Organically raised chicken and rabbits
4X4, 4×8 or 4×10 cedar garden boxes
Beneficial insects for the garden: Lady Bugs, Fly Parasites, Pirate Bugs, Nematodes etc.
These are just a few of the things that we offer. The list will continue to grow and if anyone has something they would like to see us carry we would love to hear from you.
We have fresh Great Lakes lettuce available for 1.50 a head, beets 3.00 per bunch, baby carrots 1.25 per pound, spinach 5oz bag 3.00. Produce is ripening daily so give us a heads up call at 253-377-8787 and stop by Mon-Sat from 10-2 to shop or just to check out the farm.
We are now taking orders for fresh organically raised chicken. Butchering day is Saturday September 4th. Chickens will be 4.00 per pound. We are asking for a 5.00 deposit per chicken, this will go toward your total order when you pick up your chicken. If you haven’t tried farm fresh organically raised chicken you are in for a real treat!
We are making available Gardner and Bloom Soil Builders Compost, Harvest Supreme and Potting soil at a discounted price right now through the end of July. I use all three of these products and love the results I have had. When we fill our garden boxes for the first time I use the Harvest Supreme. It is a great product. Always remember when you replant in your soil to put back more than you have taken out of the soil. Good soil produces great produce! Here are the sale prices on our amendments: Harvest Supreme – Regular price $8.99 Sale price $7.50 Soil Builders Compost – Regular price $9.99 Sale price $8.50 Potting Soil – Regular price $7.99 Sale price $6.50 It is time to fertilize so we are also offering all of our organic fertilizer for a limited time discount of 15% off of our already low prices. Come and check out what we have!May the blessing of the Lord come upon you and over take you!
Thank you for your support, we appreciate your business.