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Workshop Scholarships Apply HERE (based on need & funding) <>
Sunday, September 10th   9 – 5pm  
Brassicas Crop Intensive
Cost:  $150 ($40 for 2nd person from same farm)
Scholarships (See button below)
Location:  <>Understory Farm,  <>28120 County Road 215, Bangor, MI 49013 <>

Presenters: Lee Arboreal, Live Edge & Fred Monroe, Monroe Family Organics <>

Join us for this information packed, hands on workshop that will be all about Brassicas - one of the most critical vegetable families to the small scale vegetable farmer.

Presented by two farmers with more than 25 years of combined organic and sustainable vegetable farming experience in wholesale & direct market production.

The day will cover variety selection, production, management and marketing of  brussel's sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chinese cabbage, collards, kale & kohlrabi with possible forays into turnips, mustard and rutabegga.
Lunch and snacks provided.
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November - Shoulder Season and Root Crop Production


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Growing Chestnuts & Other Michigan Nut Crops (Traverse City)

Saturday, August 26th 9am-12pm in <>

Organic Squash Management Field Day  (Kellogg Biologial Station)

Tuesday, August 29th: 9am - 11:30am <>


Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day
Tuesday, September 26:  10am - 5pm
MSU Hort. Farm, 3291 College Rd. Holt, MI <>
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