PALEOTECHNICS
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Events

with Tamara Wilder

Most of these events are annual happenings; so please confirm dates and exact details on their websites.
Paleotechnics is not responsible for keep this information completely up to date.
see WORKSHOP CALENDAR for other info

Goddess Crafts Faire
Dec
7
to Dec 8

Goddess Crafts Faire

Sebastopol Community Center
in Sebastopol, CA

Tamara will have a sales booth.

Hand-made Crafts - Dance - Music - Yummy Food
The Goddess Crafts Faire is a beautiful community celebration of the coming of winter through art, music and dance.

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Oregon Country Fair
Jul
12
to Jul 14

Oregon Country Fair

Veneta, OR

July 12, 13 & 14, 2019

Archaeology Park group demonstration of many different living skills.
Ark Park is located at the top of the 8, near the Daredevil Stage
Sales booth and myriad of demonstrations
Ongoing activities.

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Spiritweavers Gathering
Jun
6
to Jun 17

Spiritweavers Gathering

in Cave Junction, OR

SUN SESSION - JUNE 6-10

Tamara plans to teach workshops on Nutty About Bay Nuts, Knotted Net Water Bottle Bags, Keiki Camp Beadmaking & IUD Awareness Story Share

MOON SESSION - JUNE 13-17

Tamara plans to teach workshops on Nutty About Bay Nuts, Knotted Net Water Bottle Bags, Necklace from Sticks & Stones & IUD Awareness Story Share 

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Dogbane Stewardship Day
Jan
27
10:00 AM10:00

Dogbane Stewardship Day

Cordage Demo/Hands-on with Tamara Wilder
& Site Stewardship Outing with Sonoma County Open Space

January 27, 2019

10:00am-1:00pm

Santa Rosa, CA

Join Edward Willie, Tamara Wilder, Autumn Summers and a host of other stewards to learn about the important uses of Dogbane (Apocynum cannabinum), as we explore and steward the Dogbane Preserve at Alba Lane in Santa Rosa which is protected by your Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District.

We will begin our time together with a demonstration of how to make string from the Dogbane plant and learn why this important native fiber plant and local cultural resource is being protected by the Open Space District. We will then learn how to sustainably harvest dogbane to take some stalks home with us.

Participants are also encouraged to lend a hand for a few hours in helping protect and manage this important space by following directions on how to best remove invading species of blackberry and harding grass and help encourage and promote the already occurring healthy regrowth of the dogbane plants following the wildfires in 2017.

Please bring a gloves, shovels, loppers or clippers, water bottle and something to sit on for the demonstration.

A Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space Event

Alba Lane (where it dead-ends into the 101 Freeway) in North Santa Rosa, CA.
West from Old Redwood Hwy.
Between the Old Redwood Hwy & Mark West Springs Exits of Hwy 101.

Hands-on demonstrations; families welcome

FREE!

Rain or Shine!

Hope to see you there!

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