Backyard Living Educational Series
Here at West Lebanon Feed & Supply, we take great pride in the knowledge of our staff and the resources of our community. Our Backyard Living Educational Series capitalizes on the knowledge and skills of our staff and community members to bring you free workshops on utilizing your backyard and it's full potential!
Troy Hall from Hall Apiaries will be once again providing his expertise as we explore how to get started with beekeeping! If you're interested in starting your own beekeeping operation or perhaps just want to better understand the ecological benefits of local bees and beekeeping, you won't want to miss this incredible seminar.
Interested in raising poultry but not "egg"actly sure where to begin (see what we did there)?
Our egg-spert (okay we are done now, promise), Mackenzie Chauncey, will provide all the information you need to get started with your own flock this spring! Join us at either of our FREE seminars to learn more! Seminars are March 30th & April 27th at 7:00 P.M. via Zoom with live Q & A! We look forward to *seeing* you!
Learn how to set up your own taps and make maple syrup at our FREE workshop. WLFS in-house expert Vern Clifford goes over basic supplies, provide a tapping demonstration, and teach everything you need to know to get started in maple sugaring. As part of our "Backyard Living Educational Series", this workshop is designed for all ages and scales of operation.
Join us live for a free seminar hosted by local bee expert Troy Hall of Hall Apiaries as he walks us through best practices for putting the bees to bed for the winter and care for the colder months!
Check out our collaborative seminar with presenters from the Co-Op Food Stores, West Lebanon Feed & Supply, and the Lebanon Landfill to learn more about how to get started with composting in your own back yard. We start off with learning how to maximize all of your food to minimize waste and move into the different products and tools to help you get started and finish off with the best "recipes" for the type of composting you plan to do based on your goal/needs/abilities.
Local Master Gardener, Linda Eickhoff discusses how to get those early plants off to a healthy start with indoor seed starting. An informative discussion geared toward beginner to intermediate gardeners looking to maximize their early-season planting opportunities.
Interested in raising poultry but not sure where to begin?
Our egg-spert, Mackenzie Chauncey, will provide all the information you need to get started with your own flock this spring!