Low Tunnel Day-Neutral Strawberry Production Workshop
With the low tunnel, day-neutral strawberry production system, Minnesota farmers can grow and harvest delicious strawberries late into the fall. RSVP for this free workshop featuring Steve Poppe, Senior Horticulture Scientist at UM-Morris, who will share the latest research and best practices for day-neutral strawberry season extension. A panel discussion featuring growers and culinary professionals who are growing, seeking or using Minnesota-grown strawberries will follow Poppe's presentation. This event is intended for growers interested in strawberry production, as well as culinary professionals and other local businesses interested in sourcing locally grown strawberries. Networking lunch from 12 - 1, with optional site tour after lunch. Space is limited
Event Hosted In Partnership with the Lake Agassiz Chapter of the Sustainable Farming Association.
Date: April 6, 9AM - 1PM
Location: White Earth Tribal and Community College
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This event is made possible through a MN Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant.
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Food Business Owner/Operator
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Lake Agassiz Chapter Network (email, newsletter, flyer)
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The Lake Agassiz SFA Chapter would like to host more events like this one. What other topics relating to sustainable farming and food would you be interested in attending?
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