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Spring Equinox Potluck at Boundless Farmstead

Evening concludes with a traditional bonfire



Spend an evening on the farm to celebrate spring and honor the earth. Boundless Farmstead's first potluck is March 18. Owner Megan French says she and partner David Aleksander conceived the event "to bring awareness to things like spring and fertility, agriculture, the sunlight returning and how to care for the earth a little bit more. The casual setting of a potluck is to make it more accessible to people; they can participate in conversations if they choose, eat nourishing food and learn a little bit more about the world they walk through."

At the potluck celebration you can make seed bombs with seeds from Central Oregon Seed Exchange and natural dyes for coloring eggs. The evening will conclude with a traditional bonfire. To RSVP and find out what to bring, visit the website.

Boundless Farmstead

25360 Walker Rd., Bend



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