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1407, 2018

YES, I CAN! Canning Fruits & Vegetables Workshop

By |July 14th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Serious Skills Series:
YES, I CAN! Canning Fruits & Vegetables Workshop
Hosted by DeSoto State Park. The Serious Skills series is a variety of classes and workshops that provide opportunities to discover a hidden talent or learn a new skill for personal enrichment. Classes are open to local residents, overnight guests and park visitors.
Learn all […]

3105, 2018

Farm Day

By |May 31st, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Farm Field Workshop and Demonstration

Target Audience:

Farmers and landowners in t.he following counties: Greene, Hale, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, and Sumter

The following topics will be covered:
• Farmer’s Perspective
• USDA Government Programs and Service
• Marketing Products and Ag. Entrepreneurship
• Credit Worthiness

For additional information about the farm field day, please contact the Green County Extension Office Mrs. […]

2205, 2018

Welcome to Our Farm: Agritourism Marketing and Customer Engagement

By |May 22nd, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Join ASAP and other regional farmers at Ivy Creek Family Farm for a half-day workshop on best practices and marketing strategies for growing or establishing your agritourism ventures. Learn about consumer trends and hear how other farms are using marketing and storytelling to turn visitors into farm friends. Gain tools and strategies to […]

1105, 2018

Hawkwind Herbal Workshop

By |May 11th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Join Grandma Lulu and the Plant Nation for a weekend of exploring and learning how to wild craft medicinal plants that grow on these Alabama foothills. During this time you will be introduced to some of these plants. You will learn how to make herbal infusions out of oil, alcohol and vinegar. You […]

905, 2018

Business Development Training

By |May 9th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

In collaboration with TruFund Financial Services: Financial Literacy Workshop

At this seminar:
Participants will learn:

1) how to complete a basic business plan

2)understanding personal credit and
credit repair

3) the importance of sound
financial management and record
keeping

4) accessing capital for
growth

RSVP required: Tamika McNeal at tmcneal@trufund.org
For more information contact us at: 205.715.2710

Limited Enrollment

Lunch will be served

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This event is not hosted […]

905, 2018

4-H AWW Watershed Stewardship 101 Workshop-no previous training required

By |May 9th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:
1 Day Workshop
This workshop is for adult educators including teachers, volunteers, and informal educators who would like to learn how to teach students about basic watershed concepts related to water quality and water monitoring, the water environment, and water pollution through hands-on activities. This is a Watershed “101” type workshop where we introduce educators […]

805, 2018

Winter Forages Field Day & Workshop: Alternatives for Livestock Producers

By |May 8th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:
An opportunity to learn more about winter forage options, nutrition, and grazing management practices for livestock production.
Dress in outdoor clothing, shoes or boots, and sun protection

Winfred Thomas Agricultural Research Station

To register: E-mail Robert Spencer at rds0002@aces.edu or call
(256) 372-4983. Also, contact Spencer for special needs by Friday, May 4

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This event is not hosted […]

2804, 2018

Medicinal and Edible Plants: Everyday Uses

By |April 28th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Botanist, Francine Hutchinson, will lead participants in the art of using medicinal/edible plants in everyday life. Learn about the numerous plants found in our area and what potential uses they have. Participants will received hands-on practice. (We recommend participating in the Medicinal Plant: Identification Hike workshop on April 7th also.)
Date: Saturday, April 28, […]

704, 2018

Medicinal Plants: Identification

By |April 7th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Botanist, Francine Hutchinson, will lead participants in the art of identifying plants that have potential medicinal/edible uses. Learn about the numerous plants found in our area. There will be time spent outside, so please dress accordingly. (We recommend participating in the Medicinal and Edible Plant Uses workshop on April 28 also.)
Date: Saturday, April […]

2703, 2018

Cover Crop Field Days Central Alabama

By |March 27th, 2018||0 Comments

From the organizers:

Dr. Audrey Gamble, an Alabama Cooperative Extension System soil specialist, said these workshops will be a great opportunity for producers to learn strategies to manage cover crops on their farms.

“Cover crops can provide numerous benefits in cropping systems,” Gamble said. “They help to reduce soil erosion, conserve soil moisture, and suppress weeds. Cover […]