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Come learn how to make some of your favorite garden plants into medicine! We will discuss the medicinal benefits of the plants we are using and how to properly make them into an oil and salve. The workshop is free and for $5 you can bring home a 2oz tin of the medicine we will be making. Can't wait to see you there! Contact Lizzy Simpson for questions or details. ... See MoreSee Less

Herbal Salve Making Workshop

August 5, 2017, 4:00pm - August 5, 2017, 5:00pm

Come learn how to make some of your favorite garden plants into medicine! We will discuss the medicinal benefits of the plants we are using and how to properly make them into an oil and salve. The wor...

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Fargo Food Forest

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Location: Corner of NE Fargo and N Williams

Square Footage: ~2,400

Garden Manager: Katie Davis

Fargo Forest Garden is now beginning its 8th season.  The trees, vines and understory are all thriving with only a few plants not making it through Summer ’14 heat wave.

Fargo is now entering another phase of its existence with a new garden manager, Cory Pappalardo new here in Portland and to the UFC.  He will be learning permaculture principles and assistant teaching alongside property owner and former garden manager, Angela Goldsmith. She has moved on to install a new UFC garden site on the peninsula in St Johns, Wildwood View Garden.

Fargo Food Forest Garden as a parking lot

Fargo Food Forest Garden as a parking lot, 2002

Into this: Fargo Time Lapse

 

Currently (2015) Fargo houses 14 fruit trees, 4 nut trees and many berries, herbs, flowers and perennial vegetables.

Welcome Cory! And welcome apprentices Jordan and Katie!

Come visit!

For more information, check out the Fargo Food Forest page from OSALT