GROWING YOUR OWN GRAINS-TUESDAY, March 1st

  To all Self Reliant Community members and the public in general, next TUESDAY, March 1st.  Please come to Elk Plain Grange at 7pm to learn about GROWING YOUR OWN GRAINS.  Rene is here again!  Read Anuttama’s description below.  Then help grow grain this year on “borrowed land”.  (Wonder what bread straight from your own grain tastes like?)C

 From: Anuttama devi dasi [mailto:anuttamadd@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:20 AM
To: Wayne Cooke
Subject: Grain Growing for Gardeners, presentation

 Growing veggies and fruit is a great beginning for becoming self reliant, but if you consider that the average person consumes about 200 lbs. of grain/year, anyone who really wants to live locally needs to be involved with growing this most important food item.  Fortunately if you can grow grass, you can grow grains, says Rene Featherstone of Lentz Spelt farms.  Rene will be at the Elk Plain Grange to talk to us about the benefits and challenges of growing a variety of grains including ancient grains that are suitable for home gardens.  You can grow enough grain to feed yourself for a year on as little as 1/20th of an acre.  Please join us for this interesting presentation:

When: March 1, 2011 7:00 pm

Where: The Elk Plain Grange, 21817 Mountain Highway East, Spanaway, WA

What: A presentation by Rene Featherstone about growing grains for the home gardener

Rene Featherstone of Lentz Spelt farm in Eastern Washington

Price: Free

For more information: http://billyandanuttama.wordpress.com/  or call Anuttama: (253) 875-1842  Looking forward to seeing you there!

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