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COALITION FIELD DAY: Fruits, Berries, and Beyond

July 25, 2011 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

| Free

Coalition Event

On Monday, July 25th, come visit Carandale Farm – the longest established pick-your-own farm in Dane County, and known for being at the forefront of fruit research in the Midwest. Dale & Cindy Secher have been researching over 40 different fruits from all over the world, and will lead a walk through their trial fields and talk about familiar fruits like pears, plums, and cherries, as well as exciting ones you may never have even heard of like aronia, elderberries, currants, seaberry and more!

CSA Coalition Field Days are FREE and open to the PUBLIC. Please RSVP to Dennis (608)226-0300 or dennis@macsac.org to ensure that we have adequate space for all attendees and can contact you if severe weather forces us to reschedule the event. Translation services are available for both Hmong and Spanish speakers. Please indicate in your RSVP if you require a translator.

Details

Date:
July 25, 2011
Time:
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Carandale Farm
Phone:
608-835-5871
5683 Lincoln Road, Oregon, WI 53575 United States

ABOUT US:

We are a non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin that supports and connects Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters.

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This program, among other community programs, works to reduce the barriers of CSA membership in our community by providing cost-sharing opportunities.

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The Coalition and area Health Plan partners encourage healthier diets and a healthier Wisconsin through fresh, local produce on our tables.

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