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2104, 2018

Earth Day Mobile Bay

By |April 21st, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: ” Earth Day Mobile Bay, Inc., invites you to be a vital part of our celebration honoring the Earth and our beautiful Mobile Bay. Earth Day Mobile Bay is again expected to attract over 6,000 participants from communities throughout Baldwin and Mobile Counties and the northern Gulf Coast area.

Earth Day Mobile Bay […]

704, 2018

2018 Free Family Farm Day

By |April 7th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Hosted by the Tennessee Valley Women in Ag:

FREE family fun, demos, vendors, children’s make and takes, animals, food and fun.

This year we are having  a bake sale to benefit 2 of our local HEROES
Huntsville Madison County Rescue Squad
And
Huntsville Search Dog Unit

Financial Classes sponsored by Thrivent Financial

For more information please visit www.tvwomeninag.org.

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This event is not […]

2903, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #5

By |March 29th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]

2803, 2018

Healthy Soil for Healthy Pastures Training

By |March 28th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:
Sustainable Year-Round Forage Production and Grazing/Browsing Management Series: Healthy Soil for Healthy Pastures 
The objective of this program is to educate livestock producers and agricultural professionals on taking care of soils in pastures and other grazing lands (silvopastures, woodlands) for the sustainable production of forages and browse, and support low-cost animal production. Experts from Tuskegee University […]

903, 2018

Athens Area Water Testing and Employee Training Workshop

By |March 9th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

What: FREE Water Testing and Employee Training Workshop hosted by Front Field Farm, Extension, USDA-NRCS, and the Georgia Small Farm Food Safety Campaign. Each participant will receive templates and instructions on how to document for GAP/FSMA, an opportunity for a water test cost share, free lunch, and one-on-one and group consultation from Extension […]

103, 2018

Middle GA Water Testing and Employee Training Workshop

By |March 1st, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

What: FREE Water Testing and Employee Training Workshop hosted by Babe and Sage Farm, Extension, USDA-NRCS, and the Georgia Small Farm Food Safety Campaign. Each participant will receive templates and instructions on how to document for GAP/FSMA, an opportunity for a water test cost share, free lunch, and one-on-one and group consultation from […]

2402, 2018

EAT South’s Seedy Saturday: Seed Swap & Book Sale

By |February 24th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Do you collect seeds, save seeds or have more seeds than you will ever plant? Share seeds with your neighbors at E.A.T. South on Seedy Saturday. Along with seeds, we’ll have activities for kids, snacks, and books for sale (mostly gardening and cooking). Free event.”

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2102, 2018

Local Food Safety Collaborative presents Listening Sessions for Produce Growers and Processors

By |February 21st, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Are you a fresh produce farmer or food processor that supplies local markets? If so, the Local Food Safety Collaborative (LFSC) wants to know how to help you enhance food safety in your operation! We have recently completed a national assessment survey and are looking to refine ideas about what kind of trainings, […]

1702, 2018

EAT South’s Farm in the City: Planning and Propogation

By |February 17th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Build a beautiful, vibrant garden and save money by starting your own seeds! Planning and Propagation is our second monthly Farm in the City workshop. We’ll cover how to plan your garden, creative ways to think about rotating your crops, and how to save money and add variety by starting your own […]

1502, 2018

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge’s Medicinal and Edible Plant Walk #2

By |February 15th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers: “Take a journey back to when native tribes and early colonizers needed to rely on the land around them to supply the medication and food they needed to live in this coastal habitat.  This walk will begin at the Jeff Friend Trail.

The guided walks are free to the public; however, space is […]