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Permalink Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series Scheduled

Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA), Central State University Extension, the Clintonville Farmers' Market, and the Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance have announced the 2018 Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series. This annual series features 25 tours of organic and ecological farms and businesses in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Indiana from June through November. This year's series also includes a farm-to-table dinner and five educational workshops on land assessment, bionutrient-rich food, farm planning, and scaling up production and marketing. Many of the events are free. A PDF brochure on events in the series is available online.

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