This summer, I’ll be teaching three spoon carving classes, all on Saturdays:
June 18 and
Classes are hosted by friends Richard and Charlene at Nanacardoon, their wonderful 1.5 acre suburban food-forest/garden/learning ground. It was very popular (and fun) — we spend a day learning about wood and basic axe and knife techniques so that everyone can go home w/a spoon. Click to see more about the class and to register (great grub included!)
I’ll also be teaching green woodworking at a couple of primitive skills gatherings: Buckeye, in CA, May 1 – 7 (already full) And Echoes in Time, near Salem OR, July 17-23. There are many gatherings all different times of year, all over the country (almost every month of the year!) For a pretty complete list, click here.
If anyone asks, here’s one version of why it’s good to carve a spoon (thanks to Robin Wood for the reference):