Dear friends and colleagues, Are you fortunate enough to live in a country where your colleagues from Waldorf kindergartens and child care centers meet from time to time to learn from one another, formulate their ideals more clearly for their daily work with young children, and warmly perceive the initiatives of one another? Such an(…)
Spring has arrived and we at the Taos Waldorf School are celebrating the rich agrarian culture of Taos and its native peoples. Our vision of student-supported agriculture will help cultivate a holistic appreciation for the land that sustains us all. Our vision includes: An edible market garden that Taos Waldorf students parents and faculty plant(…)
Saturday, May 17. 12-4pm Taos Waldorf School Dance the May Pole Children’s Games and Puppet Show Farm Market and Seed Exchange. Live Music, Basket making demos, Make a May crown, Pet a goat and meet a Vet. Cake Walk, Face Painting, Archery! For more information, call the Taos Waldorf School – 575-751-7750
The beautiful yearbook cover, designed by our 6th grade class. Cost: $35 Please pre-order in the office. We are expecting delivery between May 7th and May 16th.
Seasonal Planting Calendar Beginning of March Begin starts indoors of celery and onion family Mid March Plant garlic bulbs outside if you did not plant them previous fall Beginning of April Begin starts indoors of spinach and Brassica family: cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts. Begin planting seeds of onion family outdoors Mid April Begin Starts(…)
Well the first “Casual Farm Afternoon” was a great success. Had about 8 people including children lend a hand out in the garden. More importantly my sun tea was a big hit. Just a reminder that every Tuesday and Thursday around pick-up time we’ll be meeting in the backfield to get as much accomplished as(…)
It was a surprise to me to hear about International World Water Day which is this Thursday the 20th. It has been rattling around in my brain for about a month as to how to celebrate it and how to get people to know about it. While I am not a person that needs another(…)
Mother Earth School presents: An Advanced Training in Permaculture for Youth and Child Educators June 15-21, 2014 in Taos, NM Inspire Change in our Homes, School and Communities. Course tuition $400 by March 1, $480 after. College Credit & CEC’s available.
Artichoke Asparagus Basil Beans Beets Brussel Sprout Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Cress Cucumbers Fennel Flowers Gourds Greens Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Lettuce Luffa Melon(other) Minutina Mustards Nasturtium Onions (bulbs) Onions (bunching) Peppers, Hot Peppers, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Radish (podding) Rutabaga Squash Strawberry Sunflower Tomatoes Turnips Watermelon