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Pastured and Free Range Poultry Workshop

January 27, 2020
Davis, California, and Online
University of California Cooperative Extension and partners including NCAT present a series of five Beginning Farmer & Rancher Development Program Pastured/Free Range Poultry Workshops. The topic for this fourth workshop is "Feed and Nutrition for Pastured Poultry."
In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Milk Fatty Acids in Organic and Grassfed Dairy Production Webinar

January 28, 2020
Online
This webinar will discuss how the growing interest in milk fatty acids is relevant to organic and grass dairy producers and industry personnel. It will cover the 'basics' of how fatty acids are produced in ruminants and review recent research on the differences in milk fatty acid content of organic, grassfed, and conventional milk. Presenter Elle Andreen will also discuss the consumer perception of and demand for these products, and how this new information is relevant to farmers. The intended audience is dairy producers, consultants, and other industry personnel.
In: Online

 

Farm Schools For Adults

January 28, 2020
Online
Farm Schools For Adults is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). Presenters Karen Kopf of Kopf Canyon Ranch in Idaho and Paul Dorrance of Pastured Providence Farmstead in Ohio will share the challenges, rewards, and lessons lessons they have experienced from their years running successful educational events for farmers. They will also discuss considerations for the registration process, pricing, advertising and promotion, programming, and evaluation.
In: Online

 

Goals & Site Evaluation for Agroforestry

January 28, 2020
Online
This evening webinar is part of the Savanna Institute's ongoing Nutshell Series. These are free, live, online discussions with experts on practical topics in agroforestry and perennial agriculture.
In: Online

 

Organic Seedling Production for Small Farms

January 29, 2020
Online
CCOF is offering a free webinar with UCSC Farm Garden Manager Christof Bernau on organic seedling production and greenhouse efficiencies for small farms. This session will focus on the management of environmental conditions to optimize germination and development of high-quality transplants, with an emphasis on system efficiencies that can improve seedling quality and your bottom line. From sowing, through germination, seedling development, to hardening off and holding strategies, all seedlings life stages will be explored.
In: Online

 

UMCA Agroforestry Symposium

January 30, 2020
Columbia, Missouri and Online
The Univeristy of Missouri Center for Agroforestry presents the 11th Annual UMCA Agroforestry Symposium, focusing on "Value-Added Processing for Missouri Agriculture and Forestry." The symposium is free and open to the public, but advanced registration is requested. Sessions are also available via livestream.
In: North Central SARE Region, Online

 

Pastured and Free Range Poultry Workshop

January 30, 2020
Davis, California, and Online
University of California Cooperative Extension and partners including NCAT present a series of five Beginning Farmer & Rancher Development Program Pastured/Free Range Poultry Workshops. The topic for this final workshop is "Egg Quality and Review of Useful Poultry Production Resources & Regulations."
In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Introduction to Herbicides

January 31, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover the basics on herbicide modes of action, as well as an introduction to identifying herbicide damage of plants. This session will be targeted to an advanced audience, but growers of all levels are welcome to attend.
In: Online

 

Intro to Preventative Controls for Human Food for Very Small Value-Added Food Processors

February 3, 2020
Online
This free webinar is part of the Cultivating Success Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series. It will give an overview of PCHF for very small processors. This will give them the info they need to know who is exempt or covered, and the additional requirements regardless of exemption status.
In: Online

 

Pasture Management with Sarah Flack—Soil and Plants (Part 1)

February 4, 2020
Online
Pasture Management with Sarah Flack is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). This session will focus on the soil and plant perspective.
In: Online

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Non-Chemical Weed Management

February 7, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover the basics of mechanical weed management and an introduction to weed seedbank management strategies. This session will be targeted to commercial vegetable producers, but should also be appropriate for beginners and home gardeners.
In: Online

 

Farm Worker Health and Hygiene

February 10, 2020
Online
This webinar is part of the free Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series from Cultivating Success. This webinar provides an overview of worker health and hygiene and the important role this plays in maintaining produce safety.
In: Online

 

Disaster Preparedness for Livestock Operations

February 11, 2020
Online
Join the CCOF Foundation for a free webinar that highlights best management practices that organic livestock operations can take to be prepared in the event of a disaster. This webinar will also review USDA risk management and disaster assistance programs that aid farmers and ranchers in recovering from a disaster after it has occurred.
In: Online

 

The Power & Opportunity of Agroforestry

February 11, 2020
Online
This evening webinar is part of the Savanna Institute's ongoing Nutshell Series. These are free, live, online discussions with experts on practical topics in agroforestry and perennial agriculture. This session is presented by Keefe Keeley.
In: Online

 

Farmers Build Fire Resilience

February 13 - March 26, 2020
Online
MESA, in collaboration with CAFF and The Farmer's Guild, presents Farmers Build Fire Resilience, an interactive course that will give participants the technical and theoretical toolkit needed to reduce the human, production, financial, and legal risks from wildfires. Garner actionable solutions, co-create fire response and prevention networks, and leave with an on-farm fire resilience plan to help you and your community face a future with fire. There will be seven weekly live meetings hosted online where participants learn, discuss with peers and have Q&A with guest experts and farmers. Also, pre-recorded materials, such as podcasts and videos, will be released each week, totaling no more than an hour or less of material. Applied assignments and optional readings will be offered as well.
In: Online

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Tarping and Solarization

February 14, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will be an update on recent UNH research and will cover basics of incorporating tarping and cover crops into your IPM approach. This session will be targeted to commercial vegetable producers, but should also be appropriate for beginners and home gardeners.
In: Online

 

Pasture Management with Sarah Flack—Livestock Perspective (Part 2)

February 18, 2020
Online
Pasture Management with Sarah Flack is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). This session will focus on the livestock perspective.
In: Online

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Biological Control of Weeds

February 21, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover an introduction to biological control of invasive weeds using insect herbivores, including the current state of invasive swallow-wort management in the northeast. This session will be appropriate for the general public, but may be of special interest to Christmas tree growers and pasture managers.
In: Online

 

Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series: Capturing Consumer Demand for Local Food

February 24, 2020
Online
Cultivating Success offers a free lunchtime webinar series designed to help you explore, strengthen, or expand your small farm or ranch operation. This webinar will provide insight into consumer interests and demand for local food and characteristics of local food important to restaurant and retail buyers.
In: Online

 

Drones as a Scouting Tool

February 26, 2020
Online
This free webinar is part of the Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture Wednesday Webinar Series. Attend this webinar to learn about drone and camera types, the ease of operation, and when to fly row crops. After this presentation you will be able to make an informed decision on whether drones fit your operation, and the most affordable option to buy.
In: Online

 

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