Hosted by LHG of West Kootenai County, ID
MAIN TOPIC: Bees Wax Wraps Make & Take
Does plastic wrap drive you crazy? Want some more natural ways to keep food fresh in the fridge? Join us for a fun night of making bees wax wraps! We will supply all you need! If you have a favorite fabric you'd like to use feel free to bring it.
Do you love LHG? We'd love for you to invite a friend to join us!!
Bring an appetizer or dessert to share.
HERB TALK: Open Discussion
ALL LEVELS of interest and experience in homesteading are welcome! No acreage or livestock required. This journey is different for each of us. We respect and celebrate that!
Chapter Gathering begins promptly at 6PM. Nursing babies and ladies 16 and over are welcome. Please, find alternate care for your other children. Thank you.
** If you feel even a little bit sick, are running a temperature above average or may have been exposed to Covid or the flu, please stay home. We can only continue to Gather in 2021 if everyone's safety is considered. Masks are optional and a personal choice. **
To learn more about the benefits of NLHG Membership we invite you to visit NLHG.org.
Doing at HOME inSTEAD of going to the store.
Hosted by LHG of Shoshone County, ID
The Shoshone LHG Chapter will gather on September 21th at 6 PM. Learn about essential oils, how to use them in your home, and create some blends and products to support your family's immune health as we transition to colder seasons and enter the new school year.
We have So Natural Val as our special guest speaker this month to guide our lesson. Each participant will be given an opportunity to make a DIY and dive deeper into a customized essential oil experience.
We will have fun door prizes and each guest you bring gives you more chances to win. Mark your calendars and come build community with us. Bring a snack or desert to share if you want. Please RSVP so we have enough supplies.
Hosted by LHG of Statham, GA
Join us in building community and friendship while enjoying a fun craft project!
Macramé's roots are in a 16th-century technique of knotting lace known as punto a groppo. In the 1960s macramé became a popular craft and creative art technique in America and in Europe.
Hosted by LHG of Athens-Clarke County, GA
Please join us for a morning of service at Barrow Elementary! This is part of LHG's community outreach efforts and a fun way to get to know each other better while digging in the dirt!
Note: Kids welcome!
From the teacher (Sara Clarke) who requested the help:
"We will have lots of jobs like weeding, pruning and tidying up. We also have a wooden frame for one of our raised beds that has decayed & needs to be removed & replaced with a new one we have on site. I will likely also have plants to put into our raised beds.
A group of UGA students will be here to help & so I may have your group lead the students in the how-to's of the garden tasks.
Please bring if you have them: A drill or two, wheelbarrows, lawn bags & clippers."
Hosted by LHG of North Kootenai County, ID
Don't miss out on our exciting and timely September gathering! We will be welcoming local preparedness expert Russell Spriggs.
Russ is a retired veteran who served our country as both an infantryman and a Life Support/Survival Tech. He is a member of the Athol American Legion and teaches a free class there every Thursday night with topics alternating between gun safety and preparedness. Along with being an expert survivalist trainer, he is a NRA instructor and range safety officer.
We are excited to have Russ coming to share some of his vast prepping knowledge with us regarding winters in the INW (Inland Northwest).
All ladies 16+ are welcome to join our gathering, as well as those with nursing babies. Please bring snacks to share and don't forget those quarters for some fun raffle prizes.
Please park in the back of the Legion building as the front doors will be locked.
Access the back parking lot by going north on Railroad Street (between the Legion and the tracks to the east of the building). Turn left right before the Legion's picnic shelter and park near the building. Enter the building at the top of the ramp. (There will be a sign by the ramp!)
The National Ladies Homestead Gathering provides a welcoming environment where women can share knowledge, celebrate victories, and address challenges while cultivating community with like-minded women. All women are welcome who have a dream or desire to be more self-reliant. Whether their homesteads are in the planning phase or already established, all women have something to contribute or gain from coming together.
Please join us as we explore the exciting possibility of bringing a National Ladies Homestead Gathering Chapter to Hamilton County, IA!
This event is located at a private residence. Please email CommunityDevelopment@nlhg.org for the address.
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Foraging with Delia Ann Turner
Join us to learn about Foraging with Delia Ann Turner, Executive Director of School of the Greenwood, and rewilder living a handmade forest life.
Her life’s work is reveling in the brilliance of the wilderness within and without, embodying skills for living in harmony with that wildness and sharing the incredible joy and creative empowerment that results with her community. She encourages children to think outside of the box, to actualize their unique gifts, and to feel confident in their ability to co-create their world. She supports children in feeling at home in the forest, and in coming to know the non-human beings around them as friends. She earned a business degree from Terry College at UGA and developed a background writing research papers for the New York Law School before she began working with children in 2012. She has worked with Our Arrow, Earthskills Rendezvous, Camp Twin Lakes, and Wild Intelligence, running youth, teen, and adult programs and founded School of the Greenwood in 2016.
Homestead Tour with Rachel Horton (Watkinsville, GA). Join us for a relaxing homestead tour and Potluck Tea with Rachel Horton.
Rachel is a VIP Member of the Athens Chapter raising Nigerian Dwarf goats, chickens, and homeschooling her 3 kids. She makes cheese, soap, and other homemade products from her homestead. The tour has been scheduled to happen a week or so after her goats have kids so we hope to be able to play with tiny baby goats before sitting down to a potluck tea.
All participants are encouraged to bring a beverage and or some tea treats to share and we will sit down to a potluck tea after the tour. Iced Teas are encouraged.
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