Join Hunter Wolf for a friendly introduction into the world of improving degraded soil! Students leave the class with the knowledge of what goes on in the soil food web, how to start and maintain a worm bin, how to make teas/extracts, and how to set up a microscope to observe soil biology.
This class is suited for beginners –there are no physical requirements.
The session will run for roughly 4 hrs at 42$. Class size will be 5-10 participants.
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About the Instructor
Hunter Wolf’s love for soil began as a WWOOFER in 2013. This was when he
first heard about Permaculture, & began to study/practice ways to try live in harmony with the Earth.
Wanting to deepen his understanding of soil, Hunter found the work of Dr. Elaine
Ingham founder of the Soil Food Web School. This education has given him a solid
foundation in soil microscopy assessment and a better understanding of how, through proper
management, we can improve degraded soil.
More info and resources can be found at Hunter’s website: Lifeinthesoil1.com
Parking is available at Chuckanut Center. If the lot is full, please find additional parking next door at Fairhaven Park.