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and engaged stakeholders.
In accordance with Berkshire County school districts and the CDC, we are canceling all educational programs & on-farm experiences at this time.
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Soil Health on a the Hand-Scale Farm:
Cover Crops, Mulching & More
Jen Salinetti and Matt Boudreau of Woven Roots Farm,
Cover cropping and mulching is incredibly important for building soil health but can present particular challenges for the hand-scale farm.
Learn how we manage cover crops in a no-till, permanent bed, small-scale vegetable production system. We will also discuss other soil health practices for increasing yields while growing nutrient-dense and beautiful food.
When: January 11th, 2020
Where: NOFA/Mass Winter Conference, Worcester, MA
Cost: Registration to conference required.
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In accordance with Berkshire County school districts and the CDC, we are canceling all educational programs & on-farm experience through at least mid-May.
Systems & Methods of Regenerative, No-Till Growing Practices for
Carrots & Lettuce
Learn the essentials of bed prep in a no-till, permanent bed system for both direct-seeded crops and transplants. Dive deeper into our comprehensive system for successive crop production of carrots and lettuce to learn how to maximize yields while growing nutrient-dense and beautiful food for your community.
When: February 1, 2020
Where: NOFA-NJ Winter Conference, New Brunswick, NJ
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Late Spring Farm Tour
Connect with the beautiful landscape and learn about our no-till, regenerative farming practices, implemented by hand and with careful considerations of nature's cycles.