The Duluth Folk School Has a Home!

Making a Mess at the Duluth Folk School!

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s official as of 4pm today: We have a home!! Our address is 1917 W. Superior St, and for now, we’ll be making a mess as we get things ready for REALLY being open. If you happen to be in the neighborhood, and…

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Backyard Chickens for Beginners

Lucie Amundsen with Chicken

Backyard Chickens for Beginners is a class that’ll give you a poultry primer. You’ll learn the keys for a successful launch of your own adventure into backyard chickens. Learn how to successfully brood chicks, what to consider when building or buying a coop, and tips on flock harmony. During class,…

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Nature Journaling

Nature Journaling with the Duluth Folk School

In this class, you will get outside and connect with nature through observing and sketching. It’s time to fill up those empty journals and see nature with new eyes! Fully experience the natural world through your senses as we draw and write about plants and animals in the field. You can plan…

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Duluth Folk School Story in Northern Wilds

Northern Wilds Magazine

We’d like to extend a big thanks to Duluth author, Eric Chandler, who sat down with one of the Duluth Folk School founders, Bryan French, recently. We have been truly humbled by all the support and encouragement our friends and neighbors have provided, as we work to build the Duluth…

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Make Rhubarb Wine

Make Rhubarb Wine with the Duluth Folk School

So many of us have rhubarb in our yard. It grows fast, and we try to harvest as much as we can, but sometimes it’s just too much! In this class, you’ll learn how to make rhubarb wine from the bounty in your yard! Make wine from the fruit in…

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