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176 Kimzey Road   Mills River, North Carolina  

Living Web Farms

176 Kimzey Road, Mills River, North Carolina

Our next class,

Composting: Black Gold

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Where hands on learning

comes to life!

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What's it like to attend a workshop at Living Web Farms?

Click here to read a letter from a class participant.

            Alcohol fuel

 

Apitherapy

 

Beekeeping

 

Beneficial insectary

 

Biochar production

 

Black soldier fly production

 

Charcuterie

 

Compost tea

 

Cover crops

 

Education center

 

Egg production

 

Farmscaping

 

Food preservation

 

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Mob grazing

 

Mushroom farming

 

Naturally Grown Project

 

Permaculture

 

Sustainable ranching

 

Thermophilic composting

 

Vermiculture

Living Web Farms is where hands on learning comes to life.

Workshop videos are available to learn from anytime.

Projects include

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Open Workshop Registrations

Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 2, "The Soil Food Web."

Discover the dynamic relationships of microorganisms, plants and soil.

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In addition to teaching us about the life in the soil at the workshop, Dr. Ingham gave the first ever keynote evening address at the 22nd annual spring conference of the Organic Growers School. "Industrial Farming, Science and Organic Farming" See part 1 now.

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Black soldier flies (BSF) transform food waste while being a high protein and high fat food for chickens, hogs, songbirds and fish. Carl answers questions with expert guidance that will help you  insure the success of your black soldier fly protapod or biopod. Watch Part 7, the Q&A now.

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