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Winter Cache Project Work Party

  • Jun 9, 2013 · 10:00 AM
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All are invited to join for all or part of the weekly work party from 10am to 2pm.

Bring a water bottle and lunch as well as "dress for the weather and the work."

Bring farm tools if you have any, work gloves and (if it's wet) rubber boots.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask Kristen the organizer of this Meet up.

Carpool leaving from 200 Anderson street (in front of Urban Farm Fermentory).

Meet us at 9:30; we will be leaving at 9:40 for a 10-2 work party!

The Winter Cache Project

Special thanks to The Resilience Hub and Portland Maine Permaculture for posting TWP events on their Meetup! Please also visit us on Facebook and Google

The mission of the Winter Cache Project (WCP) is to free ourselves from a dependence on industrial agriculture and to increase our community food security by developing sustainable local food systems. By growing and storing our own food to last throughout the winter and educating ourselves about agricultural issues, we aim to create a working example of how we can come together as a community to provide for our basic needs by employing the principles of mutual aid, equal access, and self-determination.


The Winter Cache Project 
PO BOX 10952 
Portland, Maine 04104 
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  • Tom F.

    Could be a soaker, I'm assuming weeding tools would be appropriate?

    June 7, 2013

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