Lewis & Clark : The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

LEWIS & CLARK: THE JOURNEY OF THE CORPS OF DISCOVERY
Film by Ken Burns
Wednesday, July 10th, part 1
Wednesday, 17th, part 2
6:30 pm
Roger Kozak Community Room
Lewis and Clark film

Learn about the greatest expeditions in the Northwest Passage from St. Louis to the Pacific. Follow the trails of not just Merriwether Lewis and William Clark, but also the entire Corps of Discovery, which included young army men, French-Canadian boatmen, Clark’s African-American slave and Sacagawea and her infant son.

Ancient Soils and Modern Science: How Not To Treat Your Soil Like Dirt!

soil

Thursday, June 27th
Roger Kozak Community Room
7 pm

Join Dean Spader in the Kozak Community Room for a fascinating look at the intricate world of soil!

Numerous scientific disciplines using electron microscopy are discovering why “many modern agricultural and urban landscapes mean dead dirt.” What is killing our soil? Why is dead soil so compacted with hardpan, and why does it erode so easily? Why are certain weeds and pests taking over? If we want to reverse these trends, how do we restore life to our dead soil? The same science is beginning to provide answers to these questions. This presentation offers two forms of soil management and suggests that one is better for our lawn, garden and farm soils.

Attend the session and enter the drawing to win a free copy of Teaming with Microbes : The Organic Gardener’s Guide to the Soil Food Web by Jeff Lowenfels

Teaming With Microbes