2010 Project Agenda

Here’s a list of projects scheduled for 2010 at Emma Farms:

-attached polycarb and cordwood greenhouse (march)

-ornamental flower and herb garden (feb.)

-chicken coop addittion for pheasants/chicken breeding (jan)

-200 shitake mushroom logs (march)

-hops and trellis growing system (april)

-various bamboo ornamental garden structures (ongoing)

-bog garden (ongoing)

-elderberry production (may)

-forest cultivation of medicinal herbs (ongoing)

-composting toilet and outdoor shower (march)

-sandoz island ewok village (ongoing)

-fiddlehead/ostrich fern cultivation (may)

-expansion of vegetable gardens and raised beds (ongoing)

-drainage improvement with french drains (ongoing)

-some aesthetic intervention 🙂 (ongoing)

-outdoor classroom space (summer)

-trail maintenance and bridge building (ongoing)

-removal of standing dead oaks from woods (ongoing)

-new chicken coop connected with greenhouse (april)

-erecting playa dome and yurt (april)

-rainwater collection barrels (may)

-stream garden and riparian rehab (ongoing)

-redistributing a 5-ton pile of horse manure (ongoing)

-cob pizza oven (may)

-outdoor kitchen gazebo (may/june)

-archery range for weekly club meetings (april)

-morel cultivation project (april)

-wood fired hot tub and sauna (may/june)

-solar dehydrator (june)

-cold frames/hoop houses (ongoing)

-treehouses and platforms (ongoing)

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