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Make Your Own Artisan Soaps
with MARLENE STUBBLEFIELD
Who says washing your hands can’t be fun? Discover the hands-on art of soap making. Learn about ingredients and use essential oils to make shea butter, hemp oil, and goat milk soaps. Understand the chemical process to achieve the results you want at home, and learn appropriate safety measures. Use the best natural ingredients and package your soaps in a variety of ways to keep or share with others. $15 supply fee payable to the instructor at class. Wear or bring old clothes to class as materials can damage clothing. Appropriate for ages 13 and up. 4 hrs
Backyard Conservation Workshops: Water Conservation and Fertilizer Management (free soil tests)
with SAN JUAN SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT (SJSWCD)
Spend a Saturday—or many Saturdays—developing and improving conservation practices to bring beauty and diversity to your yard, regardless if your yard is measured in acres, feet, or flower pots. Learn skills that farmers and ranchers use to help them meet their production goals while protecting natural resources. Workshops have the bonus of free materials given to participants, under guidelines of grant funding and availability. These workshops can be taken individually for $10 each. Each class is 9 am-noon, Saturday, in room 1925 at San Juan College, with fall 2021 options planned for either online delivery with a live Zoom workshop or physical attendance. Please provide an email that you check regularly for online access. Free materials will be given to the first 25 students registered.