Fwd: Solar Music/Cal Poly PermaFest
Verne L. Chinampas
moistearth at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 24 01:56:37 EST 1998
---awerbalo at calpoly.edu wrote:
> Lots of good doings:
> Active perparations for the Spring welcoming events, happening RAIN OR
> SHINE on this Saturday March 28 from at least noon to dark, and the
> Symposium/first session of the Design Series on Sunday at 9am to 3pm.
> Meet at the Cal Poly Permasite/Student Experimental Farm or in bad
> weather, at the Crops Unit (corner of Highland and Mt. Bishop Road).
> Call 756-2053 for more or faxed directions.
> As we enhance our site, we have much material with which to work:
really nice straw bales, great
> broken concrete (smooth, flat sidewalks), tons of finished compost,
> fat tree rounds. Certified organic seeds and heirloom seedlings
> Come join the fun with Larry Santoyo and special guests, local
> foods,culture and celebration, all free on Saturday.
> In decent weather, plan to camp at the new Turtle Islander-style
> Festival Circle Sat. night. Bring what you need to camp, instruments,
> Contact Extended Ed if you're registering for Sunday's event,
> If you have the opportunity to come earlier and help prepare, it
> especially appreciated (Thurs, Fri?)
> Akiva Werbalowsky, MA
> California Polytechnic State University
> College of Agriculture
> Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering Department
> San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
> email: awerbalo at calpoly.edu
> phone: (805) 756-5086
> fax: (805) 756-2626
> "Cultivating Bioregional Stewardship"
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