Here are the upcoming events at your Co-op:






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Feb 5th: Owners save 5%





FBFC Board Meetings: The third Thursday of each month upstairs in the MLC. Meetings begin at 5:30, owner comment period begins at 5:40. 




Wim Hof Method Fundamentals
Sat. Feb. 10 at 10 AM

Join us at Living Web Farms for another powerful Wim Hof Method Fundamentals Workshop with certified WHM Instructor Benjamin Pelton. The Wim Hof Method is most notable for its simplicity and effectiveness. The method consists of three pillars; breathing exercises, cold exposure and mindset/focus.

These ancient practices have been known for centuries to provide health benefits individually. What Wim has done is combined the power of breathing exercises, meditation/mindfulness and cold exposure to bring happiness, strength and health to an all-new level. Or Wim is just reminding the modern human of the innate abilities we have within each of us.

In this Fundamental workshop you will learn how to implement the Wim Hof Method into your own daily routine. You will learn about the benefits of each pillar and how they affect your physiology. What you will need to bring is comfortable clothing for stretching exercises, flip flops, swimwear, a towel, and a good attitude.

*Interested participants wishing to apply for a scholarship must contact to receive an application.


Homestead Dreams: Design & Plan for Living on Your Land

Saturday, February 17 at 10 AM - 5 PM

Homestead Dreams is an entry level, exploratory workshop designed to help you incorporate small-scale, self-sufficiency and sustainability into all aspects of your life. Regardless of whether you own or rent a home, or live in a rural or urban setting, you can move towards more self-reliance NOW!

Excellent for those in the exploratory stages of getting started with a land-based life. We cover common sense, relevant information to help maximize your independence, increase your connection to community, place, and self, and plan out your dreams for the next 1 to 5 years.

Appropriate for those who are incorporating agriculture, renewable energy, green building, land planning, hand-made products, and land-based living of all kinds. Includes a panel of local homesteaders and a regional expert on soil, climate, rainfall, typography, vegetation, wind, and how that affects and determines life, farming, and building in our region.

Taught by Lee Warren & Brandon Greenstein.

Lee Warren is the Executive Director of Organic Growers School; the co-founder, designer, and builder, of an off-grid, sustainably-built CoHousing Neighborhood at Earthaven Ecovillage; founder and manager of Imani Farm, 5-acre pasture-based cooperative farm; and managing partner of SOIL, School of Integrated Living, which teaches organic food production, regenerative systems, and community living. Lee is also an herbalist, writer, teacher, and food activist, with an avid interest in rural wisdom, sustainable economics, and empowered self-reliance.

Brandon is the Home-Grower Program Director for OGS, developing new initiatives to provide services to home-growers. His background is in Renewable Systems, Earth Works, Energy, Water, Homesteading, Permaculture. He offers consulting, design, and technical services for the creation of low impact and energy conserving systems through his company, Integrated Ecological Solutions.









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