Megan Fehrman
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Rogue Farm Corps Screens 'The Greenhorns' at Ashland Community Center

May 4, 2012 from 6pm to 10pm
Rogue Farm Corps presents the Southern Oregon premiere of "The Greenhorns", a documentary about the decisive reemergence on our national landscape of a key cultural and economic force, the young American farmer. Come out early for a First Friday 'rogue' art exhibit: "The Lexicon of Sustainability" with Rise Up! pizza and SOB beer for sale. Doors open at 6pm. Screening start at 8pm, followed by a young farmer panel with Q&A. Tickets are $5-10 and are available at the door. All proceeds…See More
Apr 22, 2012
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Rogue Farm Corps Screens 'The Greenhorns' at Ashland Community Center

May 4, 2012 from 6pm to 10pm
Rogue Farm Corps presents the Southern Oregon premiere of "The Greenhorns", a documentary about the decisive reemergence on our national landscape of a key cultural and economic force, the young American farmer. Come out early for a First Friday 'rogue' art exhibit: "The Lexicon of Sustainability" with Rise Up! pizza and SOB beer for sale. Doors open at 6pm. Screening start at 8pm, followed by a young farmer panel with Q&A. Tickets are $5-10 and are available at the door. All proceeds…See More
Apr 22, 2012
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Complete Shelter Workshop at House Alive Homestead

June 17, 2012 to July 7, 2012
Join House Alive for our most popular workshop. Over the course of 3 weeks, students will build a complete natural cottage from start to finish. This intensive program will give participants the confidence and knowledge to build their own earthen building.The structure will be mostly cob but will integrate other natural building techniques, such as straw bale, light-straw-clay, and more. This will expose students to the full spectrum of options available and will help them learn how to apply…See More
Apr 21, 2012
Megan Fehrman posted an event
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Complete Shelter Workshop at House Alive Homestead

June 17, 2012 to July 7, 2012
Join House Alive for our most popular workshop. Over the course of 3 weeks, students will build a complete natural cottage from start to finish. This intensive program will give participants the confidence and knowledge to build their own earthen building.The structure will be mostly cob but will integrate other natural building techniques, such as straw bale, light-straw-clay, and more. This will expose students to the full spectrum of options available and will help them learn how to apply…See More
Mar 23, 2012
Megan Fehrman's event was featured
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Complete Shelter Workshop at House Alive Homestead

June 17, 2012 to July 7, 2012
Join House Alive for our most popular workshop. Over the course of 3 weeks, students will build a complete natural cottage from start to finish. This intensive program will give participants the confidence and knowledge to build their own earthen building.The structure will be mostly cob but will integrate other natural building techniques, such as straw bale, light-straw-clay, and more. This will expose students to the full spectrum of options available and will help them learn how to apply…See More
Mar 23, 2012
Megan Fehrman is now a member of Ashland Source Center
Mar 17, 2012

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