The most popular workshop, by far, was CharBee's presentation on bees and top bar hives.
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Bee keeping, composting, backyard chickens, beer making, raised bed gardening, knife skills, yogurt making, kefir, kombucha, sourdoughs, making homemade nut milks, pasta making, canning, foraging mushrooms, tapping maple trees, yoga for gardeners, and more!
It’s a low-key, hands on, friendly day with presentations and workshops for all experience and skill levels.
For the second year, Barriques has offered to provide free coffee at Food Camp. Barriques is also going to be leading a Making Good Coffee workshop at Food Camp this year.
We’re looking forward to it!
Our latest sponsor, the Wine and Hop Shop has been around for a number of years, long before home brewing, mead making, and wine making became popular.
The folks from the shop are planning to give a workshop on brewing beer.
From the FYBL website:
Our mission: To be the most responsible, innovative, and progressive food company in the universe.
Please take the time to check them out. Adrian (head yumologist) will be giving a workshop at Food Camp about Making Your Own Nut and Seed Milks.