Self-sufficient living focus of class at Wild Ramp
HUNTINGTON -- Guests took a hands-on approach Tuesday evening during a Beginner Homesteading class at The Wild Ramp in Huntington's Heritage Station.
The class, which focused on self-sufficient living, was taught by Tim and Stephanie Appleton, who run their own farm, Mil-Ton Farm in Ona, where they raise pastured, hormone-free eggs and meat. They also sell in-season produce.
During the course, the Appletons taught participants how to do things like cook from scratch and make soap.
For more information about upcoming events at The Wild Ramp, visit "The Wild Ramp" Facebook page or call 304-523-RAMP (7267).
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