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Sign up for our popular welding workshop! Build real skills - like how to fix, reattach, and patch things made of metal. Know the basics? Then you can learn to build things like gates, feeders and troughs. You always wanted to weld, right? Accepting April registrations now. Sign up today.
Looking to put in a greenhouse? Try organic farming? Solve problems you've been having? Build a potting table? This three-part hands-on workshop series is led by Stephanie Payne, the Small Farms and Organic Specialist of the USDA's National Resource Conservation Service. Get your hands dirty and build new skills!
3/25 Workshop. There are so many ways to preserve food, a core homestead skill. Join School of Ranch board member and food preservation whiz Beth Covert for a look at Water glassing, Dehydrating, Fermentation, Water bath canning, Pressure canning, Freezing, Yogurt making, Cheese making, Salt curing, Smoking and Winter storage.
Want a healthy pasture? It starts with healthy soil. Want happy horses? First understand your hay. Raising animals of any sort in Central Oregon means understanding our climate and flora. Join OSU's Scott Duggan and Tracy Wilson and other local experts in a series of hands-on workshop sessions. Get your hands dirty and learn by doing.
Don't miss another workshop! Sign up for an email notification of upcoming workshops. There is so much to keep up with these days. Let us do the work, you just kick back and decide which amazing session to attend. I'm writing this meaningless copy so that the boxes at the bottom are nice and level. Almost there. That did it!
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Support School of Ranch today! A donation of $125 will treat a Veteran from Central Oregon's Veterans Ranch to one of our skills workshop sessions, help with our programming, or some other aspect of our efforts to teach homestead skills, strengthen our community, and create employment opportunities.
Skills workshop sessions are $125 each. Help your neighbors today.
If you grew up here, you have many skills that others want. We will help you develop a workshop, and then we'll handle promotion, ticketing, facilities, materials and insurance. You keep 25% to 55% of ticket sales.
School of Ranch is an Oregon nonprofit corporation. School of Ranch is filing a 501c-3 with the IRS for federal nonprofit status. Donations made to nonprofits that receive 501c3 status are usually tax deductible retroactively. We will post a notice when we receive 501c3 status.
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