It's really hard to find people to share a common goal. We have have found a wonderful organization of organic agriculture as well as sustainable farming.
Oregon Tilth is a Oregon Newsletter with a lot of information on this wonderful organic movement. We must all do what we can and help educate others.
Oregon Tilth is the state's leading promoter of organic agriculture and sustainable farming practices. For more than 20 years, Tilth has been nurturing the growth of the organic food industry.
"Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Tilth's history begins in 1974, as an agricultural organization with a unique urban-rural outlook. Primarily an organization of organic farmers, gardeners and consumers, Tilth offers educational events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally." (organ tilth, inc.)Just some interesting Information Oregon Tilth has to offer
The Organic Certification Process
Organic Fiber & Textile Certification
The Oregon Tilth Organic Education Center (OEC) is a collaborative project with the City of Lake Oswego
Make some time to look up this Website you might learn something new.
the OregTilth Website!http://www.tilth.org/index.htmlon
Our Hidden Moon Meadow is a special area that draws our female family members and friends.
Susie Jake, the mother of the two children in our blogsite, wanted this area of our land to be specially named. We also have Mother's Meadow, a red alder forest near our creek filled with springs, and huge ferns. One may also want to visit Osprey Trail, which is a 300' handicapped accessible wood trail that winds through lovely woods, to a viewpoint.
The parents of Carlos Nunez and Susie Nunez Jake, Violeta and Luis Nunez on Osprey Trail. This is just one of many walking trails. As you can see we want everyone to be able to take part in nature's glory regardless of
The summer warmth brings juicy blackberries another wonderfull pass time. So find your pails to collect some yummie blackberries this summer.
August 2005 Forest Jake is removing bark form a log that will become a totem pole. Forest is age five and he is learning about tools and safety.
Stormy Rhain Jake is working on removing the bark from a log in preparation for carving a totem pole. Stormy Rhain is nine years old.