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the workshop we’ve all been waiting for: insects!

Hosted by Clemson Universitybsf
August 30th 2013
 
Registration fee: $25.00 (includes lunch)
Register and pay online HERE
Implementing a black soldier fly waste recycling operation on your farm
August 30th, 9:00 – 3:00
Clemson University Organic Farm and Kresge Hall, Clemson University Outdoor Lab (directions will be provided)
Clemson, SC
Event abstract:
This workshop is aimed at farmers looking for innovative techniques to convert waste into value-added outputs. Continue reading


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growing new farmers in charleston!

Check out the Charleston Wine & Food Festival and the folks at Lowcountry Local First !
The festival has been praised as one of the top five food and wine festivals in the U.S. by Forbes Traveler. The four-day event infuses home-grown flavor with the most celebrated chefs, culinary professionals and winemakers in the world! Have you gotten your TICKETS yet??

Come by and visit the Lowcountry Local First tent in the Festival Village.  Participate in one of our Plow to Chow sessions, see a film on our Growing New Farmers Program and pick up your local bling! We will have an antique tractor available for farm pics so you can “Get Your Tractor On!”.  Check out our website for a schedule of what is happening in the LLF tent. Continue reading


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sell to schools, get GAP trained

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Certification Training
February 15th &16th 2011

Anderson County Civic Center. 3027 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.; Anderson, SC
The Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, in partnership with the Clemson University Sustainable Agriculture Program and Anderson County, is offering Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) training to local farmers, extension agents, institutional food service managers, and other interested agricultural professionals who work with vegetable and/or fruit growers.  Typically offered only during the growing season, this is a unique, off-season opportunity for area farmers to take advantage of an educational opportunity that is in high demand. The workshop is scheduled for February 15 & 16, 2011, from 8:30am – 4:00pm both days.  Breakfast and lunch is included on both days. Continue reading
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