Thank you for your generosity!

We are so thankful for the generous donations our friends and family gave on Give to the Max Day.  Together we raised over $2,000 to support our facilities, programs and initiatives! As a non-profit start-up we depend on the support of others who are committed to our mission to provide a place where people canContinue reading “Thank you for your generosity!”

On Give to the Max Day – Give a Crap about POI!

Give to the Max Day is coming soon! It’s a fact that Prairie Oaks is a special place, one that you have experienced and enjoyed.  Keeping the many acres and buildings up-to-date and beautiful is important and essential to POI’s vision of being a catalyst for rejuvenation. Maintaining the space matters, especially when that space hasContinue reading “On Give to the Max Day – Give a Crap about POI!”

Barbara McAfee to Host Community Sing July 19th!

As many of you know we are very excited to be hosting book author and voice coach Barbara McAfee for an intimate 20-person workshop from 9-3 on Saturday, July 19th. We are every bit as excited to announce that Barbara will be leading a Community Sing the evening of the event that is free and openContinue reading “Barbara McAfee to Host Community Sing July 19th!”

Farmers Union Camp on June 11th 10am-2pm

We’re excited to host our 2nd annual Farmers Union Day Camp on Wednesday, June 11th!  Last year 40 campers had a great day on the land! Come learn about growing vegetables and building the soil from Farmer Sonya of A Place at the Table CSA. Then find out why we need the bees with BeekeeperContinue reading “Farmers Union Camp on June 11th 10am-2pm”

March 18th Potluck with Beekeeper John Emery

Join us on Tuesday, March 18th for our first potluck of 2014! Meet our special guest John Emery, beekeeper and owner of Spotted  Duck Apiary.   John will be back at Prairie Oaks again this spring, tending his hives on the Devine-Johnson prairies located behind the POI farm campus. We depend on bees and otherContinue reading “March 18th Potluck with Beekeeper John Emery”