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PROPER CARE OF EDGED TOOLS IS THE SUBJECT OF TALK/DEMONSTRATION

AT OLD PINE FARM NATURAL LANDS TRUST SUNDAY, MARCH 17

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Join Charles White and Freddie Patane at Old Pine Farm Natural Lands Trust for our “Walk in the Wild” on Sunday, March 17th at 2 p.m. for a workshop on the Proper Care of Edged Tools. Edged tools:  chisels, planes, knives (including kitchen knives), axes, shovels and scissors.  Used around the home, these tools work best when properly cared for. We will show you how to maintain and use a sharp, well working tool.  Bring a problem tool to sharpen and refurbish.
 
 
Charles often describes himself as an “old boy scout”.  Charlie’s love of the outdoors started early in the woods of Quebec and along Lake Ontario.  Since then, Charles has camped, hiked, canoed and kayaked throughout the Northeast, Southeast and Southwest, mostly as a solo hiker.  He has also organized and led many groups as they ventured into the outdoors. 
 
Freddie Patane is a lifelong resident of South Jersey and works in media production. His enthusiasm for wilderness skills and primitive crafts has led him to train with world class primitive archers, survival instructors, and some of USA's top blacksmiths. He's happiest when he's capturing photos with his vintage film cameras, working on backyard projects and celebrating his artistic mishaps with like-minded souls.
 
 We will meet at the Willoughby House at the end of Pine Avenue, off Good Intent Road in Blackwood Terrace, or you can put "340 Pine Avenue, Deptford" into your favorite mapping service.  There is an additional small parking lot available at the end of Rankin Ave, one block from Pine Ave.  Please check our Facebook for changes and directions. Information and questions: Charles White, 856-217-9138. Car pooling recommended. Free and open to all.

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