P.O. Box 425
Boonville, CA 95415
Contact Wendy Rowe at (707) 895-3406 (pacific time zone)
or email us: email@example.com
Join us at Lone Tree Farm for an exciting weekend exploring the world of herbs with Hope Rose. Hope Rose has been working with medicinal and culinary herbs for over 30 years and enjoys sharing her knowledge with others. In this hands-on workshop she will pass along her expertise in making herbal salves, soaps, tinctures, essential oils, and more. Participants will take home a variety of items made during the workshop along with the skills to continue making interesting herbal products on their own.
Accommodation at Lone Tree Farm and delicious meals featuring our fresh organic produce are included in the workshop price. Workshop participants are free to enjoy walking throughout the farm--115 acres of Mendocino county scenery, from the peaceful redwood groves in the canyon to the sunny hilltops with organic walnut and apple orchard, vegetable garden, and our friendly herd of rare breed Scottish ponies. On Saturday evening all are invited to join hosts Peter Kapp and Wendy Rowe for a live celtic music performance featuring Highland bagpipes and Scottish smallpipes.
Class size is limited to 7 people to insure that everyone receives individual instruction. Accommodation choices are on a first come, first served basis so please register early! Private bedrooms in the historic farmhouse, rustic cabins, and secluded spots to set up your own tent are available.
Workshop cost is $500 per person. Accommodation and meals for spouses or friends who don't wish to participate in the workshop can be arranged if space is available.
For more information or to register call Lone Tree Farm at 707-895-3406/email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Hope Rose at 707-629-3507/email email@example.com.
Online registration will be available soon.
1 to 3 PM arrive at Lone Tree Farm
4 to 7 PM first workshop session
7:30 PM dinner
8 AM breakfast
9 AM to 12:30 workshop session
1 PM lunch
3 PM to 7 PM workshop session
7:30 PM dinner
8:30 to 9 PM live celtic music
8 AM breakfast
9 AM to 11:30 workshop session
12 noon lunch
1 to 3 PM final workshop session
5:30 PM dinner available by arrangement
In addition to weekend workshops, vacation farmstays and tutorials are available year round. Farmstay prices range from $15/night for basic camping to $275/night for a private cabin, meals in the farmhouse, and 4 hours tutorial during the day.
Regular tutorials are available in all the following topics (if you don't see what you're looking for on this list just ask--we can arrange guest tutors to teach additional topics):
E-mail or call for further details. We also accept long-term apprentices and work/trade residents.
- French Intensive style gardening
- Market gardening
- Composting and soil fertility
- Organic plant propagation and nursery techniques
- Cut flower production
- Flower arranging
- Wreath making
- Preserving the harvest (canning, drying, juicing etc.)
- Cooking from the garden
- Bread making
- Basic care and training of horses, training to ride and drive
- Small scale poultry production
- Making herbal salves, tinctures, and soaps
- Alternative energy systems design and installation
- Drawing and painting from nature. Pencil, pen and ink, dry-brush watercolor technique and more.
- Beginning through advanced instruction on the Highland bagpipe (light music and pibroch).
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