Farm Classes

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Education is an important part of the vision that we have for our farm.  Chelsie and Paul have taught at-risk youth and orphaned children all over the United States and in several different countries abroad and they continue to believe that through education comes change and growth.  The Fleischer Family Farm offers several different courses from chicken and bee-keeping to garden planning and food preservation.  In teaching these classes, the farm hopes to truly “Build Community Through Food” and make a positive change in our environment and our society by helping people learn important skills for self-sufficiency.

Backyard Chicken Keeping 101

downloadHave you ever wanted to keep a few chickens in your backyard but were just too intimidated by taking on the responsibility? Maybe you have one too many questions about the process and feel unprepared. This class aims to provide interested parties with the knowledge they’ll need to start their own backyard flock.

Topics such as the basics about chickens, coop preparation, food, supplements/treats, choosing the right bird, health issues and more will be covered in this two-hour course led by your local farmer.

So don’t sit on the sideline any longer! Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about keeping chickens and start producing your own fresh eggs daily. Participants can look forward to spending a few hours at a local urban farm, getting hands-on experience with birds and tours of the coop and will each walk away with a couple of farm fresh eggs to try at home for themselves plus a number of different resources on books, documentaries, and chicken sourcing farms.

Next class date 3/2/19, 1:00-3:00

Fill out the contact form below if you are interested in any of our classes. 

 

Beekeeping Basics

Beekeeping - PaulIf you have ever thought about keeping bees in your backyard to help pollinate your garden, improve the declining bee population or produce some of your own delicious honey, this class can give you the basics you’ll need to get started.

This class is developed for those who have no beekeeping experience and will discuss the basics in apiculture. We will go over general information about bees in your colony, hive types, tools needed, where/how to source your bees and basic care.

This class is not a comprehensive beekeeping course but will give any interested parties the opportunity to get a strong foundational knowledge in beekeeping.

Next class date 3/16/19, 1:00-3:00

Fill out the contact form below if you are interested in any of our classes. 

 

Home Made Soap Making 101

Cold-Process-Homemade-Soap              We have been making our own soap at home for over 5 years now and have been through a lot. We would love to pass on our knowledge and experience to you or anyone else who may be interested in learning this homesteading skill. We will discuss the basics of how to create your own amazing soap in your own home kitchens. Participants will leave with a step by step packet of instructions on creating soap, a recipe of ingredients/tools and information on where to source them, a note catcher used throughout the class and a bar of fresh home made soap to take home for themselves.

Next class date 3/9/19, 1:00-3:00

Fill out the contact form below if you are interested in any of our classes. 

 

 

 

 

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