wildfarmers is a division of Stork Peterkin International; a 501c3 non profit
One of the gopher snake that has grown up around us and feels comfortable in our presence, greets each of us and then goes on to show us how to climb trees.
A day of enjoyment, inventory, and picnicking in the Blue Oak Savanna of beautiful South San Benito County.
At least once a year an in late spring/early summer an invitation is sent out to all agencies and the general population inviting earth scientists of all kinds; biologists, botanists, soils scientists, mycologists, etc. ; professional, amateur, and citizen scientists as well as the general public, families, school kids, junior scientists, and anyone who would like to come and inventory the plants, animals, bugs, birds, and anything we have left out of this list. You don't have to know anything about it. We will have plenty of people to help out and you can simply take a photo with your camera and we will help with the rest.
Food, coffee, tea, water, and soft drinks will be provided.
Two day soils workshop held March 21 to 22, 2020.
Drew Mather, Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS).
Sharing his passion for composting and sustainable farming.
Ryan O'Dell, Bureau of Land Management(BLM) on soils and their unique environments.
Special Guests sharing their knowledge on identifying, harvesting, and preparing edible native plants
A day in the field with Ryan O'Dell, Native Plant Specialist from BLM.
Learn how to identify, collect, process, and store the seeds of native plants.
Led by Ryan O'Dell with 14 years experience in the propagation of Native Plants. We will supply you with not just the knowledge of how to to grow your own plants from cuttings and seeds but with everything you need to pot them and take them home to your own yard or windowsill or patio. Including the slips and seeds!
Fun in the sun! Come one, come all! Picnic and plant in the Blue Oak meadows of South San Benito County!
Join Us Saturday February 25, 2023
9:30am to 12pm
Join us at wildfarmers along with US Natural Resources and Conservation Service (NRCS), Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW), Ryan from USBLM, Amelia from USNPS, Resource Conservation District of San Benito County (RCDSBC), and Xerces Society for Invertebrates, on our journey to take the land back to when flowers bloomed all year round. We will be planting approximately 700 small pollinator friendly plants, gifted to us by Xerces Society for Invertebrates.
Coffee, tea, water, and snacks! sponsored by Wonder Labs
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