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UPCOMING MEETINGS

Cottage Food Laws session, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. at the Karl Limvere Memorial Classroom at FARRMS in Medina.

FBC Fall Member Meeting:  All NPSAS members currently working on Farm Breeding Club projects or interested in taking part are invited to the Fall FBC Member Meeting on the 19th of November from 9-4 Central Time.  We will be meeting at the FARRMS class room in Medina, ND to discuss current projects, new opportunities, and planning for the future.  Please bring your enthusiasm, stories, and a dish to pass for the potluck lunch.  If you are planning to come or have any questions please contact Frank Kutka at fkutka@npsas.org or 701-225-7853.  Hope to see you there!


 

FARRMS WEEKLY WEBINAR SERIES CONTINUES
$10 per session

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

  • 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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