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  • INTRO TO WINE MAKING10/29/2016 10:00 AM

    registerThe most popular question lately has been, “How do make wine out of (insert here)”. We will discuss making wine from several different fruits. We’ll discuss the process and hardware needed to ensure that your wine turns out great.


    registerWe will again be taking our show on the road to Garvin Woodland Garden for an intro class on setting up, operating and nurturing a hydroponic garden. We’ll talk about design, lighting, water treatment, feeding schedule, timers, and more. This is going to be a great class and it usually sells out.

  • INTRO TO CHEESE MAKING11/12/2016 10:00 AM

    registerWe’ll make Ricotta cheese and we’ll discuss making farmhouse style cheese and mozzarella cheese. These styles are easy and you’ll be able to make your own after just one class! We’ll sample some cheese we make in class.

  • MAKING A SUPER SOIL11/12/2016 2:00 PM

    registerI have a guest that will discuss the finer points of making your own soil, managing that soil and recognizing the signs that the plant needs more, less, or no additional nutrients. This will be a great class, so don’t miss it!

  • INTRO TO BEER MAKING11/19/2016 10:00 AM

    registerWe will discuss the processes, hardware, ingredient and jargon of the home brewing industry. After this class, you should be able to confidently begin your first batch of home brew. This is a fun, easy going class structure so don’t be intimidated.

  • MAKING A YEAST STARTER11/19/2016 2:00 PM

    registerThere a re few things you can do to your brewing format to help your good beer, become great beer. A proper yeast pitch is critical to the beer fermenting at a predictable and aggressive rate. We will teach you how to make a yeast starter.

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Nolen Buffalo, owner
The Water Buffalo is owned by Nolen Buffalo and his family. Nolen is from Little Rock, AR and has spent most of his life living and working in the Little Rock area. Nolen has been brewing beers of all sorts for nearly 20 years using multiple techniques and styles ranging from simple to very complex. In addition to making beer, wine, cider and other fermented beverages Nolen has been growing indoor gardens for over 15 years. Using hydroponics, organics, aeroponics and recently aquaponics, Nolen has a lot of experience managing any types and styles of gardens. More recently, Nolen has taken on cheese making, pickling, and mushroom growing.

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