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In Her Boots: Sustainable Farming for Women, By Women

July 24, 2011 @ 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

| $20

July 24, 2011 | Brooklyn, WI

Women are one of the fastest growing segments of new farmers and business owners, cultivating fresh and creative approaches to agriculture. This new day-long, on-farm workshop series provides women farmers and food-focused business owners with an inspiring blend of practical information, skill-building, farm tours, resource connections and networking opportunities to encourage and support this growing segment of organic farmers, entrepreneurs and agricultural leaders.

Hosted by Pamela & Larry Johnson of Still Point Farm. Speakers include Jen Lynch of LaFortuna Pizza and Clare Stone Fehsenfeld of Quince & Apple Preserves. Featured topics include value-added food enterprises, micro-greens and cut flowers. This workshop is facilitated by the MOSES Rural Women’s Project. For more information contact MOSES at 715-778-5775 or email.

Cost: $20/person

Register online here.

Details

Date:
July 24, 2011
Time:
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Cost:
$20
Event Category:

Venue

Still Point Farm
W886 State Road 92, Brooklyn, WI 53521 United States

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