Join us today for an introduction to the permaculture design of Blue Skye Farm, Mulching Lesson & Community Sidewalk Garden Installation. It’s part of our “You Healthy? Go Outside!” Evening Broadcasts – Family Friendly Music & Earth Skills Activities with Kim & Chris Chisholm, Wolf Camp and the Conservation College at Blue Skye Farm.
Please consider a donation if you enjoy the video lesson and would like to help keep Wolf Camp administrative staff employed through springtime. NOTE: To broadcast live on YouTube without wifi, we need 1,000 subscribers before we can live stream via our phone in the field so PLEASE go to https://www.youtube.com/wolfcampcollege/ and subscribe. Again, they have a rule that we need 1,000 subscribers in order to schedule live streams from our phone or tablet. Let’s get this done quick and ask all your family and friends to subscribe as well. THANKS!
Otherwise, to watch future live broadcasts, see the Wolf Camp facebook page. UPCOMING TOPICS: We encourage you to offer suggestions on Virtual Earth Skills Camp lessons and adventures you’d like us to broadcast in the coming. Our plans for the coming week include:
- Sunday – Where Do Trees Come From? Orchard Tour & Tree Planting in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day coming up later this month. Song: The Tree by Dana Lyons.
- Monday – Wildlife Safety & Language of the Birds; Song: Eagle Soars.
- Tuesday – Animal Tracking Adventures; Song: Tale of the Wolf.
- Wednesday? Setting Up Solar; Song: Follow The Sun by Xavier Rudd.
- Thursday? Increasing Insulation! and checking on the greenhouse and veggie gardens. We’ll end with “The Garden Song” by David Mallett, and if we’re feeling it, the “Anti-Garden Song” by Eric Kilburn.
- Friday? Campfire Concert – Classic Songs from Wolf Camp including the ever popular acorn song “Man Who Planted Trees” by Leslie Lightfall.
- Saturday? Launching the Wolf Journey Earth Conservation Course! ONLY TO WOLF CAMP FACEBOOK & YOUTUBE CHANNELS not Chris’ personal page from this point forward.
Announcements & Reminders:
– If you have time on your hands and you feel you’re not in a high risk group, see if your fire station, hospital or other essential facility has a suggestion on how you can can get trained to support them. Staple businesses like grocery stores may even be hiring.
– If you still have an income or extra money, a great suggestion we heard this morning was to see if or when your fire station, hospital or other essential facility and would appreciate delivery of a take out order for one of their meals – it’s a great way to support small businesses too, and don’t forget non-profits need to keep people employed as well. For instance, we have a donation link included in the text if you would like to help us keep our staff employed in advance of summer camp season.
– Going outside is the healthiest way to maintain happiness while social distancing, where virus concentrations dissipate in the fresh air and can get killed by extended exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, and where the sun helps us produce Vitamin D, also keeping us happy and well. Gardening in particular is a great way to stay healthy, and if things get tough, one of the best ways to increase your food security.
Please consider a contribution if you benefited from this video, and help us keep Wolf Camp and the Conservation College at Blue Skye Farm going during this time when we can’t run spring workshops. We’re hoping to keep administrative staff employed in advance of the summer camp season.