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Saturday Morethana Farm Work day – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – come join us! 

We’ll meet at the farm anytime between the hours of 9:30 and 3:30 for some hands-on farm work winterizing the greenhouse and cleaning up the farm. This will also be a harvest day for the Bothell Community Kitchen. Volunteers should dress for drizzle and bring work gloves, water, and a snack.

Special Event: Field Trials of Bio Char and Cover-Cropping, Oct 17-18

Come join us for a Special Event: Field Trials of Bio Char and Cover-Cropping

Friday, October 17th and Saturday, October 18th
Drop-in anytime, 10am – 4pm

Cover-cropping and amending soil is a common practice in sustainable agriculture. We will be constructing test plots to measure Bio Char and Compost vs Agricultural Lime in our cover cropping system.

Actively participate by tilling-in soil amendments, hand-sewing vetch/rye/pea/buckwheat seed mix, and spreading a mulch of reed canary grass.

Learn about Bio Char and cover-crop practices

Preparing rows and transplant lettuce and kale for our food bank program.

Dress warmly and prepare for any weather. Bring gloves, water and a bag lunch.

Hot beverages provided!

Tell your friends and bring them along! See you there!

Join Art Donnelly of SeaChar for a Reception in Tacoma and Demo at the Farm August 8-9

Join us for a reception and talk with Art Donnelly of SeaChar on August 8 in Tacoma. Art will be discussing his work with biochar in Costa Rica and at Morethana Farm on August 8.

On August 9 at noon, Art will be at 21 Acres for a to demonstration of biochar kilns, biochar processing, and biochar application. Please contact David McInturff for more info on both events.