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Webinar: Adding home delivery of your farm goods, without adding legal risks

Hosted by Farm Commons. Providing home delivery services is the ticket to increased sales for many farms as families restrict their shopping and restaurants remain slow. But, home delivery can introduce legal complications. As you invest in your success, attend this webinar to make sure you're building something that will last. This webinar will cover […]

Webinar: Backyard Chickens with Joseph Heckman, PhD

Please join NOFA-NJ online for a class on keeping backyard chickens. Recent ordinances have allowed people with fewer than five acres of land in some areas to keep chickens – […]

$10 – $20

Webinar: Adaptive Garden Planning

How to surround yourself with abundance all season whether you've been gardening for years or dreaming for year, hosted by Fruition Seeds.

Webinar: Soil Health Assessment for Farmers & Gardeners

Healthy soils are living soils, and soils abundant with life sequester more carbon, infiltrate and hold more water, allow for greater root penetration, and resist erosion. Learn about how to […]

Webinar: Summer Annuals

Hosted by UMass Extension, UVM Extension, & UMaine Extension. This webinar will discuss warm-season annuals suitable for grazing or stored forage as an alternative to traditional hay, pasture, or silage. This includes species-specific information, planting times, management, feed considerations, and associated environmental benefits. Our speaker is Caleb Goossen, Ph.D., an organic crop and conservation specialist […]

Webinar: Hands-on Tomato Trellising with Pest and Disease Mgmt Tips

Join Future Harvest for this virtual “hands-on” workshop to learn the nitty gritty of all things tomatoes! This webinar is designed for beginners learning how to trellis and care for tomatoes in high tunnels and/or out in the fields. The session was organized by Future Harvest and will be lead by Quarter Acre Farm, Terp Farm, and UMD Extension. This […]

Webinar: Pastured Pork Fundamentals

Hosted by Pasa Sustainable Agriculture. Pasture Song Farm is located on 90 acres of the Lundale Farm Preserve in Chester County. Farmers Jeremy Dunphy and Clara Osborne manage the operation, including the breeding, raising, and marketing of over 150 pigs each year. Pasture Song moves their pigs regularly through annual and perennial pastures in rotation with field […]

Soil Health Principles—Application and Results of Investing in Your Soils

Hosted by NCAT. Hear from farmers Paul Kaiser and Ward Burroughs how they invest in their soils by applying the 5 principles of healthy soil management on their farms. Two very different farms growing different crops in different locations show how these principles are applied at different scales. NCAT’s Rex Dufour will introduce the topic, […]

Managing Customer Relations During COVID-19

Hosted by the Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University. Many food and agricultural operations have established safety protocols, including practices customers are asked to follow, to reduce risks related […]

Marketing Workshop for Fiber Farmers and Fiber Artists

Hosted by LocalFiber and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County. This workshop is scheduled for Saturday, July 11th, 2020 from 9AM to 11:30 AM online via Zoom and will be led by Laura Biasillo. Laura has been an Agricultural Economic Development Specialist with Cornell Cooperative Extension for over 13 years where she has had diverse responsibilities including providing […]

NCAT Webinar: Payments for Ecosystem Services

Since the 1960s, there has been discussion among academics about paying farmers for their contribution to a healthier environment. Today, programs make this concept a reality: payments reward farmers for improved and maintained ecosystem services, or the benefits that society receives from the environment, such as clean water, food, air quality, disease regulation, and more. […]

MOFGA Webinar: Land Justice and Rematriation

Hosted by Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, with Alivia Moore from Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective. Learn about Wabanaki food system rematriation efforts and explore an Indigenous perspective on land justice with Alivia Moore, co-founder of Eastern Woodlands Rematriation. Reparation strategies of land return, cultivation/harvest agreements, and cultural use agreements will be discussed.