Treehugger Organic Farms’ End of the Season Market Fair

FREE RSVP via Eventbrite: http://thofair.eventbrite.com/ Join us at Treehugger Organic Farms for the last Market Fair of the season. Let’s give thanks for the abundance and celebrate with our beautiful community!. Free farm tours, great music, friendly vendors, beautiful vibes! If you RSVP to this event (FREE) you will be entered into a $50 voucher…

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Permaculture Class February 15th and Food Forest Video Tour

“Managing Your Permaculture Lot and Designing With Edges” Permaculture Miami and Treehugger Organic Farms are teaming up to teach a half day, hands on course as part of the Advanced Permaculture Design Certificate. Come out and get in depth on the planning, management, successes and failures of the first year at Treehugger Farms. We’ll work…

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Farm Challenges

The first blog post I personally wanted to write about was the farm growth. To witness the changes that have happened on this project since the starting back in January are unimaginable. To be aware of the information this land has been teaching us since our first arrival is outstanding. So much has happened and…

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Summer Workshop Recap

This Summer has been engaging to say the least.  So many friends new and old stopped by the farm for stimulating classes, hands-on workshops,  a rousing documentary night, and countless potluck dinners. Paula Diaz taught us all about the magical, medicinal properties of Elderberry.  A portion of the syrups created in Paula’s workshop went on to…

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Melaleuca /ˌmɛləˈljuːkə/

The majority of South Floridians are familiar with the invasive Melaleuca tree.  It was planted by the Amy Corps of Engineers throughout major swamp areas back in the late 1960′s in an effort to dry out those areas for development.  Melaleuca is known for its ability to absorb water, over 100 gallons per day!  What they didn’t perceive was…

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