An­i­mal pro­cess­ing class planned in Mona in May

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Learn to fully process a medium-sized adorn­ments, cloth­ing and more. an­i­mal us­ing lit­tle more than a knife The Tra­di­tional An­i­mal Pro­cess­ing through classes to be held May 4-6 in Work­shop is the pri­mary work­shop. It is Mona. guided by the in­struc­tors with de­tailed

Desert DAWN’s Tra­di­tional An­i­mal ex­pla­na­tions of ev­ery step of the process. Pro­cess­ing Work­shops pro­vide stu­dents Af­ter the in­struc­tor demon­strates a step, with the op­por­tu­nity to learn to slaugh­ter, the stu­dents share the com­ple­tion of the skin, evis­cer­ate, butcher and cook a step. The stu­dents have am­ple time to ex­pe­ri­ence medium-sized an­i­mal (sheep or goat) in the process and ask ques­tions. a tra­di­tional way, us­ing lit­tle more than This is a two-day work­shop and the one’s knife. The meth­ods taught are what stu­dents have the op­tion to at­tend a third one would use to pro­vide meat for a fam­ily day on which we will fin­ish pro­cess­ing the and sim­i­lar to meth­ods used on a small hide and fin­ish mak­ing bone tools. farm or while hunt­ing. The up­com­ing work­shop will be held

The work­shops’ two pri­mary goals are on May 4-6 with class start­ing at 9 a.m. first: to help peo­ple learn ways of be­ing The classes will be held at 514 W. 200 in more con­trol of the food they eat by North, Mona. Cost is $225 per per­son. The know­ing how to process an an­i­mal for work­shop lo­ca­tion is a ranch with a bunk food, and sec­ond: to en­cour­age re­spect for house, run­ning wa­ter, bath­rooms, show­ers the lives given for food by show­ing ways and a kitchen. Th­ese ac­com­mo­da­tions are of us­ing more of the an­i­mal for a health­ier avail­able to all par­tic­i­pants. Please let us diet and for util­i­tar­ian items. Whether you know if you would like a bed in the bunk are a per­son who is liv­ing more sim­ply area. Bed­ding must be pro­vided by the and pro­vid­ing more for your­self or you par­tic­i­pant. There are also ar­eas for camp­ing are a hunter who has pon­dered what other if de­sired. gifts an an­i­mal pro­vides, this work­shop Light breakfasts will be pro­vided. will pro­vide you skills to use as much of Lunches will be eaten from the an­i­mal be­ing an an­i­mal as pos­si­ble. pro­cessed. Din­ners will be pro­vided to The work­shops in­clude how to: all par­tic­i­pants. If there are spe­cial di­etary Iden­tify the parts of the an­i­mal; con­cerns, the par­tic­i­pant will need to be Cook the edi­ble parts such as the re­spon­si­ble for their own food. mus­cles, or­gans, bones and more, which To re­serve a spot, par­tic­i­pants must pro­vides the lunch for the work­shop; book the class on­line. Once it’s been paid

Process the hide, sinew, in­testines, for, the seat is saved. There is a class limit bones and hooves to be used for util­ity of eight par­tic­i­pants. Sign up by go­ing to items; and www.sage­train­ings.com, click­ing on the

Make util­ity items in­clud­ing tools, “Shop” but­ton and choos­ing the an­i­mal glue, cordage, mu­si­cal in­stru­ments, con­tain­ers, pro­cess­ing class.

Amer­i­can Lead­er­ship Acad­emy cheer­lead­ers re­cently took ninth place in na­tional com­pe­ti­tion in Ana­heim, Cal­i­for­nia.

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