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FARRMS WEEKLY WEBINAR SERIES BEGINS AUGUST 27

 August 27 -Annie Carlson of Morning Joy Farm will run you through the basics of pressure canning. Don’t fear the canner. Make easy to heat meals and save your garden’s bounty for the upcoming winter season. To register click here.

Sept. 24 – Thinking of starting your own business. Glenn Muske, rural and agribusiness enterprise development specialist with NDSU Extension will provide a checklist of the 10 things you need to know before you start your own farm enterprise. To register click here.

Sept. 3 – Now’s the time to begin saving seed for next year’s garden. Learn the basics of saving seed from Zachary Paige from White Earth Tribal Community College Land Recovery project. To register click here.

Oct. 1 – No time to cook is no excuse to not feed your family nutritious local food. Learn about freezer meals from Annie Carlson of Morning Joy Farm and create your own “MREs” – meals ready to eat. To register click here.

Sept. 10 – Are you ready to farm? Answering a few questions during this Farm Dreams webinar may help you decide if you are ready to take the Farm Beginnings course that begins in October. To register click here.

Oct. 7 – Wait, wait – it’s not Wednesday. SPECIAL networking webinar for anyone interested in learning about or working towards modifying the cottage food laws in North Dakota. This session begins at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 and is limited to 25 participants. If you wish to join the conversation in person please come to FARRMS in Medina. Facilitated by Glenn Muske. To register click here.

Sept. 17 – Curious about the latest “oiling” craze. Learn about the potential of oils from seed to seal with Miranda Bitz and Tanya Schoessow. To register click here.

Oct. 15 – Backyard bee keeping and the importance of bees with William Klett. To register click here.

Oct. 22 - Matt Leavitt will explain the differences between GMOs and hybrid seeds. Learn how the procedure differs and make up your own mind about this hot topic. To register click here.

 Oct. 29 – Aquaponics is a food production system that combines conventional aquaculture with hydroponics in a symbiotic environment. Learn about the aquaponic way of growing with Keith Knudson. To register click here.

Nov. 5 - Are you getting paid for your time? Karri Stroh will discuss the importance of record keeping and tell how she keeps everyone recording on their farm. To register click here.  Nov. 12 - Want to improve your horticulture skills? Join Esther E. McGinnis as she walks us through the introduction to the NDSU Master Gardener's program and how you can become a Master Gardener. To register click here.
Nov. 19 - A hunter-gatherer or forager society is a nomadic society in which most or all food is obtained from wild plants and animals, in contrast to agricultural societies, which rely mainly on domesticated species. Anthropologists have remarked that the term foraging is a more appropriate description of the predominant food source for most non-agricultural groups: Gathering is a far more important source of food than is hunting for the majority of non-agricultural societies, according to Richard Borshay Lee. Join Rachel Brazil and special guests to learn how modern day foraging supplies fruits and other native species to supplement your food supply. To register click here.

Nov. 26 - Part II of foraging for food. Join Rachel Brazil and special guests to learn how modern day foraging supplies fruits and other native species to supplement your food supply. To register click here.

 

Dec. 3 - Heidi Demars explains the benefits fo consumer coops with an update on the coops being created in North Dakota. To register click here.

 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • ND Farm to School Week - September 14-20
  • Farm Beginnings Begins in October
  • Farm to School Month - October
  • Food Day - Oct. 24
  • SOLE - Summit on Local Economies - April 2015

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