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 NEW: we printed a few more reports. If you would like a hard copy
  please send $10 shipping and handling to
 FARRMS, 2145 34th Street, Mandan, ND 58554 and we will ship one out asap.

REPORTS available for download. The Summit on Local Economies - SOLE was held in Medora on April 14 and 15. As part of the conference, FARRMS commissioned several reports on the Farm and Food Economy in 14 ND counties; a light processing feasibiity study; a working model menu for infrastructure to support farming and local economies and Next Steps for ND REAP ZONES. This work was paid for by a Rural Business Opportunity Grant from USDA. Many thanks to everyone who had a part in creating this vaulable information. Click on the title for a pdf download of the report. Any information used from these reports must be credited to FARRMS and the author(s) of the report.

NEXT STEPS for ND REAP ZONES

CONAC Farm and Food Economy Report

SW REAP Farm and Food Economy Report

Value Chain Development Options

Business Development Model Menu


Weekly Wednesday Webinars

ALL SESSIONS RECORDED for your viewing pleasure ...

12 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Weekly Wednesday Webinars occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you:

https://attendee.gototraining.com/rt/7481891117344979713

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.

SESSIONS

April 29 – Got Cottonwood trees? Now is the prime time to create a healing balm with cottonwood buds and carrier oils. Stephanie Blumhagen will share her healing balm recipe and tips for harvesting buds.

May 6"If you can’t beat them, eat them! Many of those pesky weeds we pull from our gardens are tasty and nutritious. Stephanie Blumhagen will show how to identify, pick and prepare common weeds including dandelions, nettles, lambsquarters, purslane, and others. She’ll also share some tried and true family recipes starring these weeds."

May 13 – Cooking with lamb. Annie Carlson of Morning Joy Farms will cover the most common lamb cuts, preparation methods best suited to those cuts, recipes and what to do with leftovers.


UPCOMING EVENTS

  • FARRMS Board meets in Medina at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 21

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