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    Rahma Forest Garden December Wish List and Photo Set

    franklen in Member Posts on Dec 19, 2012
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    Hi Supporters, have just posted a small photo set update from the Rahma Edible Forest Garden taken this week. You can check it out at the link below. It’s almost Winter, and most of the site is dormant, but it is interesting to see what kind of activity and growth is still present. The trees all have their buds set as well, and Spring is going to be beautiful.

    I am writing with a Wish List for the garden, it’s a small one, but a couple things that would be nice to have.

    1) We could use a nice wooden/metal bench (or two preferably) to encourage people to sit and linger on site. We have unfortunately had some vandalism to our interpretive sign (the face is unharmed, but the posts and footings have been damaged). To work to resolve possible future vandalism, we need to keep establishing a presence on site. Benches would be a step in this direction.

    2) We need a garbage/trash receptacle, preferably a large metal barrel that we can anchor to the ground some way. There is still a large amount of trash getting deposited from the corner gas station. This can help us capture and contain this issue.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151172449622997.455027.196765807996&type=1

    Happy Holidays~

    Frank Cetera, President

     315-308-1372  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

     

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    A Post-Capitalist Cross-Training Culture

    franklen in Member Posts on Oct 31, 2012
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    From http://intoanaturaldeepness.wordpress.com/

    I rode by bicycle to work again today.  That in and of itself is not much of a story to write a blog post about.

    I also attended a free yoga session at O Yoga Studios downtown last night.  And I got started thinking about cross-training.  In my mind, cross training is the combination of various exercises and activities, sometimes in a circuit and sometimes on varying days or times, with which to make up for the weaknesses of any one form of activity.  This is of course, a form of compensating for the sedentary and deterministic senescence many persons experience on a day-to-day basis at their jobs.

    Cross-training is great actually, and I might suggest that besides the physical or social benefits one gets from attending the gym, that one consider what environmental, spiritual, community, and survival benefits can result from participating in activities of a post-capitalist cross-training regime.

    Here’s how my week happens to play out, and I couldn’t be happier.  First because I am getting physical activity to offset the 85%-95% of the time I spend at a desk during my day job.  Second, because I have coordinated my life to include these types of activities and that they are a part of my “world”.

    SATURDAY OCTOBER 27th: 2.5 hours of moving boxes, desks, chairs and other materialsfrom the Gear Factory to 717 Otisco St to transfer the office space of the Alchemical Nursery.  It has been a fun 3+ years at “the Gear” but the cost of maintaining office space, with the near ability to occupy the house at 717 Otisco, meant is was time to move and grunt.

    SUNDAY OCTOBER 28th: Keg delivery and cleanup at Rozum for Congress Halloween Fundraiser event at ArtRage.  30 minutes or so of stacking chairs, carrying tables, and loading/unloading vehicles both at ArtRage and back home at Bread and Roses.

    MONDAY OCTOBER 28th: Bicycle Commute to Work and Home.  This has been a traditionally 2.5 mile ride in each direction, with a nice uphill to the Westcott neighborhood from the Erie Blvd corridor on the ride home.  I’ve modified it recently so that the ride home is about 4 miles, in order to utilize the new Connective Corridor bike lanes (more on this in another post – or probably numerous other posts).

    TUESDAY OCTOBER 29th: Bicycle Commute to Work and Home.  Free O Yoga class from 7 – 8:15 (this was a special freebie to make up for their cancelling a scheduled class on Monday night due to Hurricane Sandy).

    WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30th: Bicycle Commute to Work and Home.

    FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2nd: Rahma Forest Garden Planting Blitz.  2 hours of digging holes, planting trees/shrubs/bulbs, picking weeds and garbage.

    So besides the physical exercise, these activities also represent benefits that will be a necessity to cultivate in a post-capitalist culture.  Working to move the office provides service to a community benefits organization, and allows the coming together in shared physical labor for shared goals and camaraderie.  Event volunteering for the Rozum campaign provided much social connection/interaction and networking, and contributed to a political campaign which represents many of the good things in life as represented by the 10 Key Values of the party.   The bicycle commuting allows the building of a personal transportation skill (which will include over time how to maintain and make adjustments to the systems that make up the bicycle), a closer experience of the environment you live in, and a non-corporate-produced source of joy and fun that can be claimed by anyone.  Planting at Rahma also allows the coming together in shared physical labor for shared goals and camaraderie, but also shares skills and knowledge related to ecological wisdom, gardening, and tool use, as well as creating the foundation for an egalitarian food system into the future as perennial systems such as these forest gardens mature.

    There are alternatives (such watching TV, going to happy hour, buying your food at the supermarket, etc) to each of the physical activities that partially make up my week.  My goal isn’t to get you to write any of those activities completely off at this point but to rethink the balance in your own life between lesser-physical activities that serve you, and greater physical activities that serve the commons of your mental, spiritual and community well-being.  Look hard at yourself sometimes, and allow yourself to feel the complete release and temptation to break from the path of force-fed habits and consumerism.

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    A Creative and Alternative Inner Harbor

    franklen in Member Posts on Jan 10, 2012
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    This is a post that I wrote a few months back when initial request for comments was published on the Inner Harbor RFP.  I noticed today some new press in  a couple online locations, so figured I would get this up online here to refer folks to when commenting.

     

    Beyond development in the economic sense, we should be looking at our social
    and sense of community futures as well, or even most primarily, in regard to
    the Inner Harbor. Maintaining the sense of history and natural influences
    should be paramount.  I would argue for commercial to be kept at a minimum,
    with a higher emphasis on services, and resources for the public, from which
    visitors and residents can then be mobile outwards from this destination, towards downtown for instance, to access a commercial core.


    * Comments relating to increasing the number of develpment opportunities
    from a few select individuals or firms, to a broad range and number of
    opportunities, should most defenitely be heeded first off.  The last thing
    we need is a homogenization of development in the hands of a few.  We would
    most certainly in the long run benefit from a decentralization of power and
    an equity of opportunity and creativity at the Inner Harbor.

    * It would be amazing to have a municipal campground (excepting RVs please)
    for bikers through the Erie Canal corridor, or visitors to the city who
    might want to use us as a stopping off point before the Adirondacks or the
    Great Lakes (and enjoy what Syracuse has to offer in the meantime such as
    our attempts to create a festival economy downtown).  During a recent bike
    touring trip around Lac St. Jean north of Quebec City, I was able to see the
    extraordinary sense of place developing around the Veloroute idea for
    bicycle tourism and the intrinsic role that the series of municipal
    campgrounds we stayed at had on the accessibility of this route and
    communities for touring bicyclists -
    http://www.veloroute-bleuets.qc.ca/en/hebergements/

    * How about a swimming lagoon utilizing the natural water from the harbor as
    it becomes cleaner due to our GIF advances?  I have read and heard from
    numerous sources  the lake water itself is swimmable as long as the sediment
    isn't disrupted, is this true of the harbor as well?  If so, creating a
    lagoon separated from the sediment of the harbor, while utilizing the harbor
    water itself would be analogous to the popular Ylströnd geothermal beach in
    Reykjavik Iceland - http://www.nautholsvik.is/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-715/
    .

    * Major facilities for bicyclists such as an info center, maps, and an
    expanded bikeway and bicyclists area for convergence.  Expansive signage and
    painted roads with biker symbols and rights-of-way markings should be
    integral.

    * How about an arboretum park and/or botanical garden?  An edible forest
    garden project as part of this demonstrating the enormous variety of foods
    we can grow in our city, and I'm not just talking raised community garden
    beds here, but edibles such as spruce tips or pawpaws.  We have the
    expertise, wisdom, and likely person power (students) from SUNY-ESF or
    emerging permacultural based groups such as the Glossary Link Alchemical Nursery to
    contribute directly to this component.  For an explanation of Permaculture
    and an introduction to the upcoming Community Ecological Design Training
    course being held in Syracuse this fall visit
    http://www.alchemicalnursery.org/news/412-community-training-in-ecological-design-in-syracuse.html

    * And while we are dicsussing agricultural type endeavors, with the rising
    interest in urban ag, what a better place for a farm incubator program?  In
    case you are not familiar with the excellent example of the Intervale Center
    in nearby Burlington VT - see http://www.intervale.org/

    * And finally, echoing others' mention of including residential in the
    overall plan (especially in opposition to any employment center that would
    only encourage day-jobs for suburbanites leaving town every evening after
    work), please consider the concept of ecological co-housing or ecovillage
    type development - http://www.cohousing.org/ or
    http://ecovillageithaca.org/evi/

    Overall, I ask, what more could make the inner harbor at Syracuse a city
    destination and hotspot BESIDES more retail?  When at the Harbor for the Big
    Splash concert event earlier this year, it was a beautiful spot with a
    beautiful connection with nature as Onondaga Creek enters the Harbor, with a
    beautiful view towards the lake, maintaining such a viewshed within
    development pressures can be ensured with implementing a creative mix of
    ideas such as I've proposed above, and that others will hopefully reflect
    and add to over this process.

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    Forest Garden Next Planning Steps and Southside Stand Article

    franklen in Member Posts on Oct 02, 2011
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    The latest issue of the Southside Stand is out with an article about the Rahma Clinic Forest Garden project. Check it out at http://mysouthsidestand.com/more-news/a-growing-community/

     

    If you'd like to get involved with the Forest Garden project take a look at the latest planning committee email copied here, and contact me (Frank) at frcetera@alchemical nursery.org  nursery.org> or 315-308-1372:


    After looking at the calendar, It appears that Saturday October 29th (10AM - 2PM) will be the most appropriate for our final work day of this year for the Rahma Forest Garden project. (I had originally been thinking the weekend of Oct 22-23, but there are so many amazing things going on that weekend it would be foolish to try to pull in enough volunteers - see my note at the end of this message for a list of the cool things you might want to get involved with that weekend).


    We'll primarily need to finish the sheet mulching. We have enough wood chips on site, but will need to bring enough new cardboard to cover the area (which is about 1/3 of the total site area - so I would estimate, based upon our previous experience, that we need the equivalent of about a full pickup truck load). If Alex is available to come up, we'll build the second raised bed. And depending on which perennials/shrubs/ trees we are able to acquire, possibly do some planting.


    I've created a plant list based upon Steve's design concept. If you can supply any of the items from the list please let me know.It can be viewed at:

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AojqPrjAiK0HdHdMUTdTVGM1RGZNcm5zWkctSXM0N0E&hl=en_US

    If for any reasons you'd like to have editing priviledges just let me know and I'll set you up with that.


    I'd also like to schedule an evening for us to get together for a short in-person meeting to catch up and review the project to date and for the Oct 29 work day. I'd like to suggest Wednesday Oct 12 at 5:15 PM. Ideas for a location? Maybe we can go to Roji or Recess and have tea/coffee together?


    Okay, please feel free to respond and let the group know how you are doing, any progress you may have made with funding, cardboard collection, plant acquisition, or reaching out to others about the project. Best ~Frank


    p.s. As I mentioned, see what interests you from the awesome weekend Oct 22 promises to be in Syracuse.

    * Syracuse Peace Council 75th Birthday Dinner -

    http://www.peacecou ncil.net/ bday/

    * Salt City Urban Arts and Crafts Market -

    http://www.saltcitycraftmart.com/ 

    * Syracuse Zen Center's Fall Sesshin -

    http://www.zencenterofsyracuse.org/sesshin/2011/fall-sesshin

     

    * Elements of Magic Weekend Intensive (taught by our very own

    Lindsay) - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=176766859064029

     

    * Small Scale Woodlot Management with the Onondaga CCE in Tully

    (which I am going to attend if anyone wants to come with) -

    http://www.extendonondaga.org/events-3/?event_id=133

     

    * Ghost House show with local bands at Spark (with Utility Life -

    personal friends of mine from the Gear Factory on the Westside) -

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=162276267192398

     

     

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    Update from Sept 10 Forest Garden Work Party

    franklen in Member Posts on Sep 14, 2011
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    Well, finally getting around to saying thanks to everyone who helped out with the planning and came out for the Acts of Kindness Weekend at the Rahma Clinic and the Edible Forest Snack Garden project.  We had a great turnout of at least 30 people, including press from the Post-Standard and the Southside Stand, plus a visit from Howie Hawkins (Green Party Candidate for 4th District Common Council).
    We completed about half of the work area in Glossary Link sheet mulch, built and installed a raised bed with help and locust wood from Alex Hyland of Ithaca, and installed the sign that Zay lettered.  We had an Intro to Glossary Link Permaculture presentation from Steve Gabriel, and a great lunch of stuffed grape leaves, pita and hummus, and corn bread with tomatoes.
    I have posted pictures in the Alchemical Gallery at http://www.alchemicalnursery.org/photo-gallery/rahma-forest-snack-garden/acts-of-kindness-weekend-work-party-september-10-2011.html  In the meantime, we will be looking at holding another workday near the end of October, I am going to tentatively suggest October 22 as that weekend corresponds with National Food Day on October 24.  We will finish sheet mulching and install the second raised bed, and also plant any trees or shrubs we are able to acquire by that time.  I'lll contact everyone again after this busy weekend and try to get us together for a meeting in between now and the next work day.
    If you're looking for anything to do this weekend, try Block Blitz by Home Head Quarters being held on the 700 block of Otisco St.  717 Otisco (the future home of the Glossary Link Alchemical Nursery) is on the docket ass a work site, come help out with cleanup, exterior siding prep, foundation painting, and landscaping at this future permaculture demonstration site on the westside.  http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=139434566122625  - (Please ignore the poorly chosen throw away water bottle graphic on the flier that HHQ chose to include, there will be free tap water at 717 for refilling your reusable water bottle brought to the event).
    Or find Alchemical at the 20th Anniversary of the Westcott St Cultural Fair this Sunday.  We will be hosting an exciting clothing swap with a mountain of clothes spilling out into the street party!  http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=245803882127995
    Best ~Frank

    p.s. We will still need more cardboard for our next  work day.  Please start saving and collecting once again, hey, you only live once, embrace the cardboard fever!  It's also time to start thinking about putting together an online fundraising campaign (I think we should consider the IndieGoGo site) for the Forest Garden as part of the Community Permaculture Design Open project.  Are you someone who can help out with getting this set-up?  If so, contact me ASAP.  Cheers !

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    Westcott Neighborhood Bulb-Give Away/Garden Extravaganza 17,700 Perennial Bulbs Will be Planted in Syracuse

    franklen in Alchemical Blog on Sep 07, 2011
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    Westcott Neighborhood Bulb-Give Away/Garden Extravaganza
     17,700  Perennial Bulbs Will be Planted in Syracuse

    Saturday, Oct 1 The Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Project, a project of the Westcott Community Center will hold its 9th annual Bulb Give Away day at the Westcott Community Center, cor. of Westcott and Euclid from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

    In 2010 the project went city wide for the first time. Working with 35 neighborhood organizations and individuals throughout Syracuse another 17,700 spring blooming, perennial  bulbs will be distributed in 2011 bringing the total to 90,000 bulbs planted since the project started in 2003.

    Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Give Away Day

    Westcott neighbors only  can pick up 18 free perennial daffodil bulbs. 5,400 will be set aside for the first 300 people who show up from the Westcott neighborhood. Any resident of the Westcott neighborhood can pick up a free packet of 18 mixed daffodil  bulbs as long as you are willing to plant them where they can be seen from the street for all to enjoy. Glossary Link Compost donated by Toad Hollow Farms, www.toadhollowfarms.com (Please bring your own container). Planting instructions will be available..

    The rest of the Bulb Give Away activities are open to all from Syracuse.

    Schedule:
    10:00 - Bulb Give Away starts, food, music, farmers market, vendors, perennial plant sale...
    11:00 - Film showing - First Earth followed by panel discussion.
    2:00 - Bulb Give Away ends

    This year we are excited to offer a free showing open to all of the documentary film "First Earth: Uncompromising Ecological Architecture"" (90 minutes) co-sponsored by The Glossary Link Alchemical Nursery, www.alchemicalnursery.org

    "First Earth" by filmmaker David Sheen, is a documentary about the movement towards a massive paradigm shift for shelter -- building healthy houses in the old ways, out of the very earth itself. "An audiovisual manifesto filmed over the course of 4 years and 4 continents, FIRST EARTH makes the case that earthen homes are the healthiest housing in the world."

    A panel discussion will be held at the conclusion of the screening to discuss reaction to the film as well as natural building initiatives in the CNY region.

    Panelists * Erich Kruger, Deconstruction Program Coordinator, Finger Lakes ReUse, Inc.
       Erich's self built straw bale home incorporates natural plasters, Glossary Link passive solar heating, thermal mass, a masonry wood stove, and humanure composting toilet.

    * Kirk Glundal, Owner Operator, EarthEmbers Natural Building
       Kirk specializes in sacred spaces and small shelters such as his own cob and straw bale home,  as well as masonry heaters, outdoor bread ovens, natural saunas,
       retreat cabins and pavilions.

    * Frank Cetera, President and Co-Founder, The Alchemical Nursery
       Frank is leading the renovation of a blighted urban Victorian home in Syracuse NY incorporating natural materials and building techniques such as natural plasters,     homemade paints, earthen floors and insulation, and more.

    * Josh Morrow, Community Planning Student at SUNY-ESF.
       Josh is a designer/builder from Corning, NY experienced with a variety of natural building techniques including Earthships, yurts, primitive shelter building, straw
       bale and cob.

    Alchemical Nursery promotes the development of regenerative lifestyles and landscapes, and  the principles of Glossary Link Permaculture design.

    Pick up bulbs, learn about rain gardens, view a film, enjoy a Farmers Market, music by Larry Hoyt and Friends, Syracuse Real Food Coop pumpkin sale, bake and perennial plant sale/fundraiser by Westcott Community Center  Kid's Club, vendors and information tables.

    To help raise funds for the (WNBP),  we are announcing our 2011 raffle prizes. Ten  prizes donated by the following generous supporters:

    *  Radio personality Amy Robbins of station 93Q in Syracuse (www.93Q.com) will plant a packet of extra-special specialty bulbs at the home of one lucky Syracuse     resident.

    *  Six packages of specialty bulbs (50 spring-blooming bulbs in each packet) donated by Pat Koloski, sales rep for The Netherlands Bulb Company,     www.netherlandbulb.com

    *  A $50 Gift Certificate donated by Carol Watson's Greenhouse, Lafayette, NY, www.carolwatsongreenhouse.com

    *  A Gardener's Gift Box donated by Syracuse Soapworks, www.syracusesoapworks.com

    *  A copy of Mel Bartholomew's book for urban gardeners, Square Foot Gardening, donated by Barnes and Noble Booksellers, 3454 Erie Blvd East, Dewitt, NY.

    Tickets are available at the Westcott Cultural Fair, Sept. 18,  Westcott Bulb Give Away on Saturday Oct. 1, or contact Jane Tretler at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 315-637-0331. Tickets are $1, 6 for $5, 15 for $10.   Drawing held Oct. 7 .

    Friend us on Facebook or check out our new web site www.bulbproject.org or  www.westcottcc.org for more information.                                                            

    GW Associates
    702 S. Beech
    Syracuse, NY 13210
    315-476-3396
    603-590-8273 fax
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    Plant Swap/Sale Fundraiser for Westcott Community Center Donations Needed

    franklen in Alchemical Blog on Sep 07, 2011
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    As part of the Westcott Bulb Project festivities (where we will be screening First Earth):

    Plant Swap/Sale Fundraiser for Westcott Community Center
    Donations Needed

    As part of the Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Give Away/Garden Extravaganza Day, Saturday, October 1 there will be a fall perennial plant swap/sale as a fundraiser for the Westcott Community Center Kids Club.
    If you have extra perennial plants ("What gardener doesn't?") drop them off,  labeled,  at  the Westcott Community Center, corner of Euclid and Westcott street Saturday, Oct 1 from 8:00 am - 10:00 am or the day before. If you donate plants you get a plant for free.
    Help us beautify Syracuse. For more information contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 637-0331.
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    Peter Wirth
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