Evening For the Arts, March 20th 2015 6:30-9:00 pm Music, hors d’oeuvres, dessert auction, silent & live auction. All to benefit the Chehalis Music Boosters Club and support our music students. $25 a person / $150 table of… Read More
Stay tuned! We are gearing up for spring market at the Centralia College Campus, and will be offering some new free community workshops at farm including Once a week Yoga, and New Science workshops. We’ll keep you posted… Read More
Honey Bees and Our Food… As the field bees forage for nectar, pollen sticks to the fuzzy hairs which cover their bodies. Some of this pollen rubs off on the next flower they visit, fertilizing the flower and… Read More
Stay tuned for next years schedule for Science Sunday @ The Farm, starting in late spring! Hydrogen Energy Hydrogen is the simplest element known to man. Each atom of hydrogen has only one proton. It is also the… Read More
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Blue Earth Farms began in 2007 to get involved with our communities at risk population offering alternative opportunities to explore healthy lifestyles and living practices from nutrition to alternative energy. Establishing our 501 C 3 non profit status in… Read More
Centralia Head Start 20th & May 18th 12:30 – 2:00 “Playshop” Learning to Code… What is coding you may ask? Watch this short video to find out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU1xS07N-FA&feature=share Free workshops and open experiment time on I pads and with… Read More
Our mission is to bring educational and vocational opportunities to our communities at risk in the areas of local economy, food, farming, health, science and energy. We work to accomplish this through various avenues including field trips, school outreaches and hands on collaboration with various groups within our local educational system.
Dig Some Weeds Plant Some Seeds! Start in your own back yard, porch or work with neighbors to establish a community garden. School & community gardens have a long history. Victory gardens were established at schools… Read More
Start by supporting your local economy whenever you can. We have many great resources in Lewis County. Our local farmers markets (find C.C. Grow on Campus this spring!) and various meat and cheese producers such as Salmon Creek… Read More