Sunday, March 21, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM PDT
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Fibonacci Farm 
7858 SW 61st Street
Redmond, OR 97756

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Gwen LaFond 
Central Oregon Locavore 

WWOLF - March 21 at Fibonacci Farm 

Willing Workers On Local Farms (WWOLF) is a community program of Central Oregon Locavore Non-Profit with the goal of lending a hand to small farmers while educating the community about the true nature of local food.

We will adhere to the COVID recommendations set forth by the Oregon Health Authority, CDC, and Gov. Kate Brown. Rest assured, we are taking every precaution to keep you safe during the WWOLF events. We hope you join us!

How It Works You will meet the group at Fibonacci Farm in Redmond at 10am. After a round of introductions at the farm, we will split into groups and get to work. We will break for lunch around noon and then continue working until 3pm or the projects for the day are complete. 

What to Expect Good times, new friends, and a boots-on-the-ground education about local farming practices. We love dogs, but please leave them at home for this event.

What to Bring: Snacks and water, work gloves, face mask for times when 6-foot distancing isn't possible, closed-toe shoes, layers for the weather, and sunscreen. Tools and all materials needed to complete tasks will be provided by the farm. Soup and bread will be provided for lunch along with some product from the farm, or bring your own! We will have a hand washing station and sanitizer for participant use. 

About Fibonacci FarmThis is Fibonacci Farm’s first year growing vegetables and flowers for the community in Central Oregon. The farm sits on about 3/4 of an acre in Redmond, OR. We are very lucky to have the opportunity to lease the land from an existing farm/er, Amanda at Dome Grown Produce.

We farm the land by hand, and won’t rely on a tractor; save for the first (and only) till back in September 2020 before we planted our Winter cover crop. By not tilling and growing our vegetables in permanent raised beds, we hope to constantly be building soil health and increasing organic matter while hopefully giving us the added benefit of reduced weed pressure.

We strongly believe that best way to grow amazing produce is to do so organically. While we aren’t yet certified organic, we will be dealing with all pests and pressures without the use the herbicides or pesticides. Further, we promise to only use organic fertilizers when necessary as another way to build great soil quality while causing the least amount of damage. We hope to continually make decisions on the farm with the soil, community, broader ecosystem, and quality product in mind.

While recognizing and honoring the native people who were stewards of the land before us, our biggest hope for the first season is that we will be able to bring health and happiness to our new community in Central Oregon by growing excellent produce and flowers while preserving the land and doing our best to not harm our soil and broader ecosystem.

For More Questions Contact Gwen at wwolf@centraloregonlocavore.org.

Thank you and see you soon!