Carpentry for Urban Agriculture

Sat. & Sun., Feb 8 and 9, 10am-4pm 

Now everyone can learn the basics of carpentry as it relates to farm and garden structures, and in a unique class environment. Prepare for the spring without fear of structural obstacles while empowering yourself to use new tools. This course will be geared towards those who have no experience but it is also recommended for people who want to brush up on techniques and brainstorm ideas with us.

This carpentry class will be conducted by EcoStation: NY
325 Bushwick Avenue
Brooklyn, NY11206.
Registration fee: $100, Materials fee: $ 25

More info & link to registration:
http://cewdkbcc.com/current-programs/kcc-urban-farm/continuing-education-on-the-farm/

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  • Rasha

    Looking forward! Anything we should bring with? work gloves possibly?

    February 2, 2014

    • Maggie C.

      Totally, we will have a few, but feel free to bring anything you would like. Even a tool from your home that you haven't used in a while to practice with.

      February 7, 2014

  • Oona

    $100? no way!!

    February 1, 2014

    • Maggie C.

      EcoStation:NY will have other sliding scale classes in the future, when the classes are through KCC, they chose the price to cover location, staffing, insurance, and supplies. We will post other more accessible opportunities with meetup in the future, sorry to miss you this round.

      February 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Will there be anymore classes like this? I would really really like to attend but I have a prior commitment the weekend this is scheduled.

    February 2, 2014

    • Maggie C.

      Yes there will! if you send me your email I can add you to our email listserve! [masked]

      February 7, 2014

  • Maggie C.

    Don't forget to register with KCC in order to secure your spot in the class!

    http://cewdkbcc.com/current-programs/kcc-urban-farm/continuing-education-on-the-farm/

    January 31, 2014

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