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Permalink Utah Farm & Food Conference

January 3-5, 2018
Cedar City, Utah

This conference is a unique opportunity for smaller-acreage producers, small commercial farmers and homesteaders to gain insight and unite for three days and engage in conversations, workshops, activities, farm tours, and meals. Breakouts and keynotes feature inspirational farmers, ranchers, activists, and writers, including Joel Salatin, Liz Carlisle, Gary Nabhan, Paul Kaiser, Laura Bledsoe, Sally Fallon, and more.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Dairy Grazing Discussions: Putting It All Together, Monitoring & Testing

January 3, 2019
Latrobe, Pennsylvania

This mid-day session concludes a series of seven discussion-group meetings focused on The Art and Science of Grazing. The event is primarily for dairy producers interested in grazing management.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Horticulture Industries Show

January 3-5, 2019
Fayetteville, Arkansas

"People, Plants & Pollinators" is the theme for this event that features a high tunnel walking tour of the University of Arkansas Research Farm, a tradeshow, keynote address, and tracks for fruit, vegetables, organic, master gardener, local foods, and Christmas trees. NCAT's Luke Freeman and Guy Ames are among the presenters.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink American Forage and Grassland Council Annual Conference

January 6-9, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri

This conference recognizes the AFGC 75th anniversary. It will kick off with Dr. Garry Lacefield presenting on the history of AFGC and forages and the impact both have had on the world the past 75 years. The conference will feature workshops focused on how to get started with forages, soil health, grass based dairies, and more. In addition to workshops, the conference offers scientific poster presentations; an exhibit hall ; networking opportunities; and several competitions, such as the Forage Spokesperson, Emerging Scientist, Photo, and Essay Contests.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Pastured and Free-Range Poultry Workshop: Husbandry, Pasture Management, and Poultry Diseases

January 7, 2019
Davis, California and Online

The Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program's Pastured / Free-Range Poultry Project presents this three-hour workshop as the first in a five-part series that is offered live and online. This session focuses on the basics of free-range and pastured poultry husbandry; common viral, bacterial and parasitic diseases; and management of forage for pastured poultry.

In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Permalink Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference

January 7-8, 2019
Lexington, Kentucky

This event includes the Kentucky State Horticultural Society's 163nd Annual Meeting, the Kentucky Vegetable Growers Association's 48th Annual Meeting, and meetings of the Organic Association of Kentucky, the Kentucky Wine Association, and Kentucky Horticulture Council. There will be concurrent sessions on tree fruit, farmers markets, high tunnel production, and vegetable production; a grape and wine short course; round table discussions; and a trade show.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Predator Protection for Poultry

January 7, 2019
Online

This free, one-hour webinar continues Food Animal Concerns Trust's webinar series. In this session, learn practical strategies for protecting your flock from predators such as raccoons, foxes, and birds of prey. The presenter is Jan Dohner, author of The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators.

In: Online

 

Permalink Illiana Vegetable Growers Symposium

January 8, 2019
Schererville, Indiana

This symposium, sponsored by Purdue Extension and University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service, offers commercial vegetable growers and market farmers opportunities to learn more about pest management, production practices, farm management and marketing; to visit with vendors; and to network with other growers.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Agritourism Destination Safety & Health Best Practices Workshop

January 8, 2019
Waterloo, Iowa

Join the Visit Iowa Farms Program and Iowa State University experts for a free one-day workshop to learn safety and health best practices for agritourism destinations to keep the public and employees safe on your farm. Topics include food safety, pesticide safety, biosecurity, emergency preparedness, and legal risks.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Pesticide Safety for Conventional and Organic Producers

January 9, 2019
Simsbury, Connecticut

This evening class is part of the Solid Ground Farmer Trainings series from University of Connecticut Extension.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Illinois Specialty Crops, Agritourism, and Organic Conference

January 9-11, 2019
Springfield, Illinois

This major conference includes full-day, pre-conference workshops on food safety, financing, cut flowers, berries, and sweet corn. The conference agenda includes tracks on fruit, vegetables, herbs, agritourism and marketing, organic, and special-interest topics including sampling and farm machinery.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink North American Raspberry & Blackberry Conference

January 9-11, 2019
Savannah, Georgia

North American Raspberry & Blackberry Association's 2019 conference will be held in association with the Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference. The agenda includes a tour, poster session, and numerous production and management workshops.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Water Management and Water Quality

January 9, 2019
Online

This free, one-hour webinar is part of the Soil Health and Organic Farming Webinar Series from Organic Farming Research Foundation and eOrganic. This series is recommended for farmers, extension agents, educators, agricultural professionals, and others interested in building soil health.

In: Online

 

Permalink AgEmerge

January 9-11, 2019
Monterey, California

AgEmerge is an opportunity to learn from and interact with emerging thought leaders and entrepreneurs about how they are solving some of the most significant challenges in agriculture. Each speaker will have 17 minutes to dig into their subject of expertise and a breakout session the following day to answer further questions. Each entrepreneur will pitch to a panel of investors in a pitch competition followed by a short expo to answer any additional questions. The winner will receive $5,000 based on the votes of investors and conference attendees. This event is for growers and industry leaders who crave the knowledge, influence and camaraderie that is required for impactful change.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Farm Bill Update

January 9, 2019
Online

Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture continues its bi-weekly webinar series with this free, one-hour webinar. Howard Leathers will bring us up to date on the current status of the 2018 farm bill. If a bill is passed by this date, he will review the major provisions.

In: Online

 

Permalink Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference

January 10-13, 2019
Savannah, Georgia

The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference is the largest educational conference and trade show in the southeastern United States that unites growers, vendors, and suppliers. Anyone with an interest in specialty crop agriculture is invited to be a part of this event. More than 80 hours of educational sessions will address food safety concerns, specific commodity issues on production practices and increased yields, and marketing strategies. An organic track is offered.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Great Plains Growers Conference

January 10-12, 2019
St. Joseph, Missouri

Great Plains Growers Conference is a three-day conference featuring presentations by knowledgeable speakers from throughout the nation. The conference showcases educational information from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska along with vegetable specialists and growers from those states. The trade show consists of more than 50 exhibitors with the latest seeds, supplies, equipment, and grower information. There will be ample opportunities to visit with other growers, exhibitors, and speakers. Full-day workshops are offered the first day, with tracks on organic, drought, tree fruit, season extension, and more offered during the second and third days.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Minnesota Organic Conference

January 10-11, 2019
St. Cloud, Minnesota

Each year, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture hosts this conference and trade show for farmers and others interested in organic agriculture. Attend for two days of networking, learning, and great food. Featured speakers this year are Chef Sean Sherman and Mary Jo Forbord.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Virginia Biological Farming Conference

January 11-13, 2019
Richmond, Virginia

Virginia's premier organic and sustainable agricultural conference is presented by Virginia Association for Biological Farming and Virginia State University. The 20th annual conference offers two full days of educational workshops and presentations, panel discussions, interesting and knowledgeable exhibitors, regionally sourced meals, book signings, Silent Auction, Taste of Virginia Expo, and lots of networking opportunities.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Wisconsin School For Beginning Market Growers

January 11-13, 2019
Madison, Wisconsin

This intensive three-day course aims to give students a realistic picture of what it takes to run a successful small-scale produce operation—including capital, management, labor, and other resources. Topics include soil fertility, crop production, plant health and pest management, cover crops, equipment needs and labor considerations at different scales of operation, and marketing and economics. Three grower-instructors primarily teach the course, with featured presentations and hands-on labs by University of Wisconsin faculty and other specialists. Grower-instructors' farms vary in scale, cropping mix, marketing strategies, and growing methods.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Welding Basics for Agriculture

January 12, 2019
Dayville, Connecticut

This day-long course is offered as part of the Solid Ground Farmer Trainings series from University of Connecticut Extension.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink NOFA Massachusetts Winter Conference

January 12, 2019
Worcester, Massachusetts

This year's NOFA/Mass Winter Conference explores the theme "Food As Medicine" in terms of plant nutrition, personal health, and soil restoration. The agenda offers three all-day intensives, more than 60 workshops, and 70 experienced and knowledgeable exhibitors. The keynote speaker is founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture (AEA) and host of the Regenerative Agriculture podcast, John Kempf.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Organic Intensives

January 12, 2019
East Lansing, Michigan

Michigan Organic Food & Farm Alliance offers a one-day, in-depth learning experience in one of four topic areas: Healthy Organic Livestock, Organic Mushroom Cultivation, Technology in Organic Field Crops, or Advanced Organic Soil Management. Organic Intensives are an opportunity to acquire practical, detailed information over the course of a day with fellow Michigan farmers and gardeners.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Predator Protection of Livestock

January 14, 2019
Online

In this free, one-hour webinar from Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT), learn how to keep your cattle, goats, and sheep safe from predators such as coyotes, roaming dogs, and birds of prey. This webinar will help you identify threats through tracks, scat, and the damage they leave behind. The presenter is Jan Dohner, author of The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators. Register online.

In: Online

 

Permalink Identifying Financial Benchmarks for Vegetable Farms

January 10 or 15, 2019
Elizabethtown or Richland Township, Pennsylvania

This workshop offered in two locations by PASA will help vegetable farmers chart a course for improving profits by participating in the Diversified Vegetable Financial Benchmark Study. This study is helping vegetable farmers improve their bottom lines by plugging into a nationwide research project, coordinated by the University of Wisconsin, to determine financial benchmarks for diversified vegetable farmers. During the workshop farmers will complete a detailed survey about their farm business finances. The reported information will provide attendees with personalized information about how their finances compare to farms across Pennsylvania and the country. Participants are eligible for a $100 stipend for completing the study. To qualify, participants must register by January 3, 2019, and prepare basic financial records from 2017 before the workshop.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Pastured and Free-Range Poultry Workshop: Coop Design, Regulations, Economics, & Marketing

January 15, 2019
Davis, California, and online

The Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program's Pastured / Free-Range Poultry Project presents this three-hour workshop as part of a five-part series that is offered live and online. This session focuses on design and material considerations for coops, as well as regulations for free-range and pastured poultry, and it will feature round-table discussion among farmer speakers who will shed some light on what the economics of pastured poultry farming as well as some marketing techniques that have worked well.

In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Permalink Empire State Producers Expo

January 15-17, 2019
Syracuse, New York

The Empire State Producers Expo offers sessions on food safety; fruit, vegetable, and Christmas tree production; marketing and business; and soil health. It includes more than 45 educational sessions and an agricultural trade show.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink How to Use Prescribed Fire for Wildlife and Livestock

January 15, 2019
Marietta, Oklahoma

Noble Research Institute offers this one-day workshop at the Coffey Ranch. Prescribed fire is a natural process in the Southern Great Plains, where the landscape evolved under fire and grazing. Fire can improve wildlife habitat, reduce woody plants, remove thatch, and improve forage quality and quantity for livestock.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Soil Health Summit

January 15-16, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri

The Soil Health Partnership's Soil Health Summit fosters making soil health research relevant to operational success and facilitates discussion on the adoption of data-driven practices such as cover crops, reduced tillage, and nutrient management on farms. Open to the public for the first time in 2019, the Summit provides a place to learn the latest in data surrounding adaptive management practices, engage in deep-dive education, and for farmers to connect with others in vital peer-to-peer networking and learning.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Planning For On-Farm Success Workshop Series

January 16 - March 6, 2019
Missoula, Bozeman, Hamilton, or Lewistown, Montana

Geared toward beginning farmers and ranchers, this seven-part series on Wednesday evenings will equip participants with the tools and the support network needed to manage a profitable business and turn a passion into a career. Community Food and Agriculture Coalition and county Extension agents are partnering to offer workshops held in multiple communities simultaneously. All locations will receive the same high-quality content delivered via Adobe Connect broadcast, and each class will feature in-person insight from local farmers, ranchers, and service providers. Topics will include business planning, financing, marketing, and more.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Sustainable Foods Summit

January 16-17, 2019
San Francisco, California

Organized by Ecovia Intelligence (formerly Organic Monitor), the Sustainable Foods Summit is an international series of summits that focuses on the leading issues the food industry faces concerning sustainability and eco-labels, such as Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, etc. The North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will feature sustainable ingredients, plant-based foods, and green marketing.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Growing Our Future Harvest: 20th Anniversary Conference

January 17-19, 2019
College Park, Maryland

Future Harvest -- Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture presents its 20th annual conference, with three days of deep-dive workshops, farm-fresh meals, inspiring speakers, and farmer and foodpreneur learning and networking. The agenda includes presentations by Karen Washington, Forrest Pritchard and Ellen Polishuk, and Dr. Ray Weil.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference

January 17-19, 2019
Ames, Iowa

Practical Farmers of Iowa's 2019 annual conference, "Cultivating Connections," draws attention to the many connections, both large and small, that are vital for farms, communities, rural economies and natural ecosystems to thrive--from individuals connecting to share knowledge, to the microscopic links between plants and soil organisms that have visible effects on crop and landscape health. Attendees will hear practical insights from their farming peers and other experts about everything from using cover crops to control weeds in field crops to niche pork production, biodynamic farming to profitably marketing meat, growing winter small grains to farm transition, eggplant production to adding prairie habitat, cultivating civility to organic dairying, rural mental health to regenerative grazing--and much more. The keynote address is by farmer and author Michael Phillips, and there are 60 sessions and two pre-conference short courses scheduled.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Maine Farmers Market Convention

January 17, 2019
Augusta, Maine

Network with friends and neighbors, learn about business-strengthening innovations and connect with industry leaders at this dynamic, full-day event. Features include workshops and break-out sessions tailored to the needs of market farmers; tracks for beginners and experienced farmers market participants; DACF scale testing; a help desk for those interested in accepting SNAP; and an exhibit hall packed with resources.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Western Montana Grazing and Agriculture Conference

January 17-18, 2019
Missoula, Montana

Livestock and crop producers as well as natural resource professionals and educators from across Montana will converge for a two-day event hosted by Lake County Conservation District. The focus of the conference is to continue the conversation about improved on-farm practices.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Upper Midwest Regional Fruit, Vegetable & Farmer's Market Conference and Trade Show

January 17-18, 2019
St. Cloud, Minnesota

This event is sponsored by the Minnesota Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association and the Farmer's Market Association, in cooperation with University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Sessions address berry production, organic, marketing, cottage foods, specialty crops, tree fruit, high tunnels, and more.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Soil Health Workshops

January 14, 15, 16, 17, or 18, 2019
Great Falls, Three Forks, Billings, Forsyth, or Sidney, Montana

Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Montana NRCS, and local conservation districts are joining to present this series of Soil Health Workshops across Montana, featuring leaders in the soil health movement. Race King, Derek Axten, and Keith Berns will be sharing techniques and lessons learned that will help you improve your soil health.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Exploring New Local Sales Opportunities: Workshop

January 18, 2019
Petaluma, California

This afternoon workshop is part of a three-part series on new local sales opportunities for North Bay farmers. Meet regional produce buyers who care about sourcing locally and build new sales relationships with local grocers, food hubs, food processors, and more. At this workshop, learn from experienced small- and mid-scale farmers and wholesale buyers how to market and sell what you grow successfully.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Cascadia Grains Conference

January 18-19, 2019
Olympia, Washington

The 7th annual Cascadia Grains Conference brings together more than 400 participants, convening and connecting growers, processors, brokers, investors, and policy-makers across the grains value chain to answer the question, "How do we make a local grain economy work?" The agenda includes six different hands-on Friday Field Trips.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink NOFA New York Winter Conference

January 18-20, 2019
Saratoga Springs, New York

"Climate of Change" is the theme for NOFA New York's 37th annual Organic Farming & Gardening Conference. The keynote speaker is Leah Penniman. The conference will also host the Second Biennial Northeast Organic Seed Conference, featuring 12 in-depth seed saving and plant breeding workshops for beginners and experts. The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) and the Cornell Small Farms Program are hosting a farmer veteran meet-up at 4:00 pm on January 18, 2019.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Permaculture Design Course

January 19 - June 16, 2019
Blanco, Texas

Earth Repair Corps is offering a six-weekend intensive Permaculture Design Course that will introduce participants to the ethics, principles, and methods of Permaculture while learning how to design, create, and maintain agriculturally productive ecosystems and sustainable human settlements. The class meets one weekend each month for six months at Texastopia Farm.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies

January 19, 2019
Simsbury, Connecticut

This one-day course is offered as part of the Solid Ground Farmer Trainings series from University of Connecticut Extension. This course will help attendees increase their knowledge about the impacts to agriculture from climate change, and help them develop potential strategies for adaptation and mitigation. Current examples and techniques being used will be discussed, including soil management practices, cropping plans, and the use of technology. Participants will have also have the opportunity to share their own experiences, to do a self assessment of their risk, and learn about State and Federal programs that can help succeed in a changing and unpredictable climate. Opportunities that will develop from these changes will also be explored.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Heart of America Grazing Conference

January 22-23, 2019
Ferdinand, Indiana

Indiana Forage Council is hosting the Heart of America Grazing Conference, featuring a managed grazing refresher seminar and presentations on pasture and animal health.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink What to Grow in an Urban Market Garden

January 23, 2019
Online

Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture's bi-weekly series of free, one-hour webinars continues with this session. This webinar will talk about the kinds of specialty crops that are particularly suited to growing in an urban market garden for direct marketing to local customers.

In: Online

 

Permalink Soil Health U

January 23-24, 2018
Salina, Kansas

High Plains Journal presents a two-day event providing high-quality instruction to teach High Plains farmers and ranchers how to sustainably maximize profit from every acre of land. A large slate of speakers includes Buz Kloot, Gabe Brown, Dale Strickler, and Brendon Rockey. There will be three keynotes, 20 breakout sessions, farmer panels, and a trade show.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Ag Finance Boot Camp

January 23, 2019
Coralville, Iowa

Farm Futures offers a one-day workshop packed with sessions presented by savvy ag finance experts and lenders. The workshop will help you boost your financial recordkeeping skills for improved farm business management.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink EcoFarm 2019

January 23-26, 2019
Pacific Grove, California

The Ecological Farming Association (EcoFarm) presents the 39th annual EcoFarm Conference, "Resistance is Fertile," featuring 70+ workshops, intensives, keynotes, farm tours, an exhibitor marketplace, and organic culinary fare. Building upon its farmer-to-farmer education model, EcoFarm is a prime networking and educational hub for ecologically minded farmers, ranchers, and all who work to support their success in growing a healthy food system and world.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Creative Leasing for Livestock Farmers

January 23, 2019
Online

Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT) continues its series of free webinars with this webinar that will delve into creative leases and the types of creative leasing arrangements that livestock farmers can explore. It will also cover resources and tips for livestock farmers working with lawyers around leases. The presenter is Esther Akwii from the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) at Vermont Law School.

In: Online

 

Permalink Pastured and Free-Range Poultry Workshop: Disease Prevention & Pastured Poultry Welfare

January 23, 2019
Davis, California, and online

The Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program's Pastured / Free-Range Poultry Project presents this three-hour workshop as part of a five-part series that is offered live and online. This session focuses on methods of mitigating risk in free-range and pastured poultry production, such as biosecurity, vaccination, and husbandry, and on welfare considerations of raising poultry on pasture or free-ranged systems.

In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Permalink Southern SAWG Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference

January 23-26, 2019
Little Rock, Arkansas

Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s 28th annual conference is for committed organic and sustainable farmers, researchers, and community leaders serious about creating more vibrant community food systems. The event offers informative pre-conference courses and field trips, practical conference sessions, networking, and a trade show. Topics will include organic and sustainable vegetable, livestock, flower and specialty-crop production, unique marketing strategies, urban farming, farm to school, business and finance management, community food systems development, in-field and online tools, food justice and equity, useful federal farm programs, and agriculture policy developments.

In: Southern SARE Region

 

Permalink Practical Conservation Tillage for Western Region Organic Cropping Systems

January 23, 2019
Online

Organic Farming Research Foundation and eOrganic are offering a monthly series of eight free webinar trainings on organic farming and soil health in the Western United States. This webinar with Dawn Thilmany of Colorado State University will discuss practical approaches to reducing the adverse impacts of tillage and cultivation on soil life and soil health. The webinar will also cover recent research into newer tillage tools and minimum-till strategies for Western Region organic vegetable, fruit, and field crop production.

In: Online

 

Permalink Mid-America Organic Association Conference

January 24-26, 2019
Independence, Missouri

"Cultivating Resilience" offers the opportunity to learn about organic, sustainable, and alternative agricultural crops and systems. This event is for farmers, gardeners, retailers, distributors, consumers, and more. Areas of interest include Organic and Non-GMO Grain and Vegetable Production, Sustainable Livestock Production, and Health and Wellness Living.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Northern Plains Food & Farming Conference

January 25-27, 2019
Fargo, North Dakota

Connect with others building a sustainable food system across the northern plains at this conference featuring keynote speakers Dan Barber and Steffen & Rachel Schneider. Learning tracks include livestock, crops, specialty crops, marketing, building healthy families, and consumers.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Emerging Farmers Conference

January 25-26, 2019
St. Paul, Minnesota

The annual Emerging Farmers Conference (formerly the Immigrant & Minority Farmers Conference) serves to advance the success and sustainability of farmers who traditionally face barriers to the education and resources necessary to build profitable agricultural businesses, including immigrant farmers and farmers of color.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink OGRAIN Winter Conference

January 25-26, 2019
Madison, Wisconsin

This fourth annual conference for those interested in organic grain production in the Upper Midwest will feature expert farmers, researchers, and industry representatives sharing their knowledge, along with ample opportunity for networking and discussion. Fifteen workshops highlighting issues important to organic grain farmers will be offered. This year there is a special focus on organic no-till and reduced tillage systems.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Produce Safety Rule Grower Training Courses

January 9, 16, 23, or 25, 2019
St. Cloud, Mankato, or Cloquet, Minnesota

Minnesota Department of Agriculture Produce Safety Program is presenting this day-long course in locations across the state. If your farm is covered by the FSMA Produce Safety Rule, attending this Grower Training Course satisfies the FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirement. However, all growers interested in learning about produce safety, Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs), and the FSMA Produce Safety Rule are encouraged to attend and will find the course material valuable.

In: North Central SARE Region

 

Permalink Growing Crops in Low, High and Movable Tunnels

January 26, 2019
Hartford, Connecticut

This free mid-day workshop is part of the University of Connecticut's Solid Ground Farmer Training series.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Permalink Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winterschool

January 26, 2019
Stanwood, Washington

WSU Livestock Master Foundation, WSU Extension, and the Cattlemen's Association present a day-long opportunity to attend classes on a multitude of topics, network with other small farmers, and visit local agricultural businesses at the trade show.

In: Western SARE Region

 

Permalink Farm Transition and Estate Planning: Create Your Farm Legacy

January 15, 16, 22, or 29, 2019
Lamberton, Madison, Goodhue, or Austin, Minnesota

This program from University of Minnesota Extension is designed to assist farm families with the necessary preparation to develop and implement their farm transition and personal estate plan. The one-day course is offered in locations across the state.

In: North Central SARE Region

 


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