Monday, July 23, 2018
Join us on the farm and experience food from the ground up. During this week long farm experience, you will dive into the foundations of where food comes from and experience real food, with a direct connection to farmers and the soil. See microbes, animals, and roots in action, for an exploration of the processes that create the nutrients our bodies need. Through this immersive experience you will gain a new understanding of farming and ranching, learn to create nutrient dense meals, and eat real food. Leave with inspiration and motivation, as well as first person understanding of how we are what we eat.
Main Themes For The Week
- Nutrient dense foods, the soil that builds them & inspiring menus
- Pastured meats & eggs, rotational grazing for carbon sequestration and good fats
- Ancient grains, gluten, and fermented foods
- The art & craft of fermentation, cheese making
- Herbal medicines
About the School of Adaptive Agriculture
The School of Adaptive Agriculture (SAA) is a vocational training center that equips the current and next generation with essential skills in the science, art and business of food production. Through our workshops and residential practicum program, the School of Adaptive Agriculture has gained a reputation for being one of the premier agriculture schools in Northern California. The School of Adaptive Agriculture is fiscally sponsored by North Coast Opportunities (NCO) a 501c3 nonprofit based out of Ukiah, CA.