For various reasons many people are becoming increasingly more interested in going “back to the basics” and learning how to have a sustainable family lifestyle. Instead of buying grapes at the local market, why not grow your own? Instead of having to buy a carton of eggs each week, why not have your own chickens? Want to learn how to grow your own vegetables? Yes, a lot of this takes time and knowledge but for many, it is something that they desire to learn.
On Saturday May 4th, you and your family can have an opportunity to attend a “Back to , Basics” fun family day event that is sponsored by Cohutta Country Store, Feed Fannin , New Leaf Adventures and the University of Georgia Cooperative System. This fabulous event is $5 for the full day and ages 16 and under are free. Some of the classes that will be led by very experienced people are: Solar Energy, growing grapes and making wine, caring for fruit trees, raising goats, llamas and bees and much more.
There will be food, drink and fun family activities in addition to all the great learning that will be going on. If this sounds of interest to you, mark the date of May 4th. More information will be coming soon.