CROWFEST 2013: Fledging Crow Vegetable Farm’s annual CSA member/ community appreciation day!
August 24, 2013, Noon til’ Dawn. Keesevile, NY.
Ticket price is $30, and this includes:
- Headliners: Spiritual Rez, Lucid, The Blind Owl Band, Big Slyde, and more!
- Local craft beer
- Camping on the farm
- Tons of farm-fresh food (Pit roasted pork, BBQ Chicken, incredible salads and sides, and more!)
- Kid and family friendly ( complete kids area with a bouncy house)
- Bonfire, artists, dancers, and more!
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HANDS-ON LEARNING WORKSHOPS (aka “Crop Mobs”)
Like an old-fashioned barn-raising, these workshops provide an opportunity to join together and support a fellow grower while learning valuable skills from experienced farmers. We will engage in fun, hands-on, educational farming tasks while helping a grower complete a large project.
Farming with Perennial and Annual Crops: Hands-on orchard management, diverse interplanting, and nursery production @ Skipley Farm – Saturday, May 11, 2013, Snohomish, 11:00 am – 5:30 pm
Learn pruning, propagation, vegetable production, and soil fertility practices.
Diversified Vegetable Operations for All Seasons @ Persephone Farm – Sunday, June 16, 2013, Indianola, 11:30 am – 6:00 pm
Engage in hands-on activities with mixed vegetables and greenhouse management, planting winter crops, garlic harvest, processing, regenerative ecological farm practices.
Socializing, networking, potluck dinner occurs with each event. On-farm camping available!
3rd Annual GO Conference Farmer Mixer
Kick off the conference on the Thursday night prior with another awesome mixer, this year hosted by our very own Alliance and the generous Chef Shaun Doty at his Bantam + Biddy chicken joint. We’ve got the patio to ourselves for our shindig, and B+B will be donating chicken-y and veggie snacks. There’s no cost to attend, cash bar, and you won’t want to miss it.
Thursday Feb 21, 8-11pm
Bantam + Biddy
1544 Piedmont Road, Suite 301 in the Ansley Mall Shopping Center
RSVP on our Facebook event page here
Farmer Storytelling Photo Project
As part of our goal to tell the stories of young & beginning farmers in the southeast loud and clear, we’ve dreamed up a multimedia project to gather and project YOUR thoughts and words. Friday evening during the Conference Expo, we’ll have a photo booth set up to snap your pretty mug and listen to your tall tales — that time you shot yourself with the nail gun while finishing the mobile chicken coop, the very first exuberant sale you made at your very first farmer’s market, how you got your mini loan, why you chose the crops you did and which ones the flea beetles eat…we want to hear it all. Continue reading
The Farm Beginnings Collaborative will host an evening Shindig on Friday, February 22nd. Farm Beginnings® is a Land Stewardship Project (LSP) initiative that provides participants a wide range of opportunities to learn firsthand about low-cost, sustainable methods of farming. Launched in 1997, Farm Beginnings is a farmer-led, community based training and support program aimed at getting more farmers on the land farming sustainably.
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because 2013 is already chock full of film screenings, farmer mixers, conferences, performances, and ohsomuch more.
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Join us for this epic event after the Small Farms Conference featuring local food, music, and beverages! Network with farmers, new and experienced, from all over the state and beyond.
When: March 2, 2013
Location: Mary’s River Grange
Time: 6pm – Midnight
Food: by Gathering Together Farm - will be served at 6:30 (GTF sausage, sauerkraut, salad, veggie sloppy joes)
Music: Psych Country Review opening for Sassparilla – starts at 8pm
Beverages: 2 Towns Ciderhouse will be selling their cider (not included in the ticket price, buy separately)
Cost: $25 per person
Only 150 spaces available, so register early!
This event will close off a weeklong art/farm pop up shop at Phoenix Hill Farm celebrating a resurgence of a rich tradition of growing and making in New Hampshire. There will be local art, local food, live music, and community. This is an opportunity to celebrate what you grow and make! Bring something from your farm to share! (BYOB.)
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