Fire as a Tool on the Landscape
Time & Location
About the Event
Aboriginal use of fire on the landscape has a long legacy with humans.
Used judiciously, fire is an ally which guides ecological succession,
builds soil with biochar, and influences plant abundance and diversity.
Come learn some fire history, and participate in a controlled burn of a
meadow, followed by a tree planting.
The Coop at StellaLou Farm will be hosting Zach Elfers, a local tree and native
plant enthusiast, as the instructor for this special workshop.
The workshop will run on February 29th with a rain date of March 7th.
The controlled burn requires weather which is both dry and has low wind.
There is a $10-20 suggested donation.