Hosted by LHG of Mayes County, OK
Last year, yeast became a hot commodity and was difficult to find. For those who regularly bake bread, pies, pastries and even pizza crust, it was disheartening!
Worry no more! As far back as ancient Egypt and well into the Pioneer Days, breads and the like were baked and loved just as they are today without the use of "traditional yeast"! How? Sourdough!
Join us this month as we discuss sourdough! Learn about what can be made with sourdough, the health benefits of sourdough and how to have a continual supply of this magical "yeast" so you can continue to bake for your family! All attendees will even bring home a "Sourdough Starter" to get a jump on your sourdough baking journey! (*you must RSVP to the Gathering to be guaranteed a "starter")
*Make sure to bring your extra dollars for this month's "Goodie Basket!" Remember, new attendees receive a FREE ticket into the drawing, as well as those who bring a new guest!
**If you are not feeling well, are running a temperature or have been around anyone who is ill, for the safety of others, please stay home. We will have many more Gatherings full of useful knowledge! Masks are always welcome!
Women age 16+, and nursing babies are encouraged to attend!
Hosted by LHG of West Kootenai County, ID
MAIN TOPIC: Different Feeds & their Benefits for Optimal Growth
Join us as Tom Pearson of Twin Lakes Farm & Ranch talks to us about how different feeds benefit our animals.
HERB TALK: Comfrey
Do you love LHG? We'd love for you to invite a friend to join us!!
Bring an appetizer or dessert to share.
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
You won’t want to miss out on exciting information about how to control yellow jackets and other pests while protecting your good pollinators. We will have the seed bank seeds available for any fall garden needs. We will have fun door prizes and for 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, we will have a little extra time to visit.
Hosted by LHG of Athens-Clarke County, GA
Learn about natural dyes with Beatrice Brown--Fashion Designer, Biochemist, Molecular Biologist and Fabric Artist
Hosted by LHG of West Bonner County, ID
Tips & Tricks for Terrific Tomatoes
LHG Booth at the Bonner County Fair!
Bonner County Fairgrounds
4203 N. Boyer Ave
Sandpoint, ID 83864
Chapter Meeting starts promptly at 1PM.
**To learn more about the benefits of NLHG Membership we invite you to visit NLHG.org. To join in on our homesteading conversation join us at community.nlhg.org.
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