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Badger Events & Ecology Center Workshops

Badger Ecology Center

Health and well-being depends upon a good relationship with both people and our planet. The Badger Ecology Center strives promotes this in these ways:

  • We offer educational workshops to the local community focused on various homesteading arts, wellness topics, and creative & sustainable business practices.
  • We produce food for Badger employee lunches in our biodynamic vegetable & herb gardens
  • We oversee a meditation labyrinth and flower garden for employees and the public to enjoy

This is our way of caring for the Earth while giving back to our local community.

Badger Ecology Center Gilsum NH

Upcoming Events at Badger

Pre-registration and fees for some events. See listings. Scholarships are available.

Workshop fee: $20 - Register and pay now. - or - Apply for a scholarship for this workshop.

This workshop will follow social distancing recommendations; it will be held outdoors so folks can maintain appropriate distance. The instructor will not be wearing a mask so as to be heard at a distance. The workshop will be held rain or shine, but will be cancelled for any harsh weather.

This workshop will focus on the skills you need to bring regenerative, minimal soil disturbance gardening practices to your own home garden beds. We will learn several ways to prepare no-till/low-till gardens, talk tools and techniques -- lasagna style, types of mulching, and cover cropping – as well as addressing problems that might arise. We will discuss how to care for your regenerative garden to save time and energy.

Bring your own questions to ask while we work outside in the Badger gardens doing some hands-on learning. Please bring gloves and small hand tools, and don’t forget to wear appropriate clothing for working in the garden in light weather!

Sadie Stehlik was the Farm Director at Glen Brook in Marlborough, NH for four years. Glen Brook has a diverse 2-acre no-till, biodynamic and organic garden. Prior to that, Sadie started no-till gardens at Orchard Hill in Alstead, NH and at an educational farm in western Massachusetts. She first learned to farm in 2008 at an organic vegetable and flower CSA in Wisconsin. Her experience includes farming in Alaska, California, Ireland and England. Currently, Sadie is taking a year-long maternity leave to raise her new baby Hazel, and to expand her no-till home gardens.

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