Homestead: a permaculture project
7/21/18 – Stella Lou Farm will take part in the Julian Woods Community Turtle Way Skillshare Festival, in part utilizing materials that emerged from their exhibition at Street Road in 2017.
Skill Share Festival 2018
Julian Woods Community with Deb's Flower Farm
290 Julian Woods Lane
Julian, PA 16844
Rain or Shine
All Day July 21
All are welcome!
For all event information and schedule of events
Facebook Event Page
7/8 - 9/16/2017, Opening reception 7/15/17, Closing Saturday 9/16/17 1-5pm
9/16/17 – Closing reception and permaculture activities at Street Road, 1-5pm
9/13/17 - Free film screening in Kennett Sq. PA, 7pm, doors at 6
Street Road Artists Space and StellaLou Farm present a free screening of the acclaimed documentary
INHABIT: a permaculture perspective
at The Kennett Flash
102 Sycamore Alley, Kennett Square, PA 19348
The film will be followed by a discussion to explore strategies represented in the documentary as they relate to community building and regenerative practices in our own Southern Chester County landscape.
This event is free to the public.
7/15/17 – Activities at StellaLou & Evening Reception at Street Road
“Homestead” necessitates a commitment to location. Our place is a small scale, family-operated farm in Cochranville, PA. We are consumers and we are producers in this place that we inhabit. Our presence has an impact on the land we occupy and the community around it. We wish for that impact to be positive as we work to make our homestead more economically and ecologically resilient. Permaculture is the tool that guides and supports our intention. Sharing stories and photographs is a way to observe, explore, and celebrate the activities and relationships we experience at StellaLou. This is a journey. – StellaLou Farm
With this exhibition Street Road Artists Space features the work of our neighbors at StellaLou Farm, established here in southern Chester County, PA after running an earlier permaculture project in the Philadelphia inner suburb of Elkins Park. This exhibition is a chance to celebrate their work, to consider permaculture practices in relation to art and aesthetics, and to help foster a wider conversation around permaculture and homesteading amongst Street Road’s community and in our region generally. From July through mid-September, we invite you to visit the exhibition, to learn about permaculture and the work to establish StellaLou, and also to visit StellaLou itself on 7/15 for a day of talks and activites hosted by the School of Living. Join us later in the summer for kids day and a permablitz.