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Friday, October 13
10:00am - 4:00pm (registration from 9:45 -10:00)
Swallowtail Farm: 1633 S. Hagadorn Road, Mason 48854

The Garden Project & Michigan State University Extension will host an Urban & Small Farm SOIL HEALTH FIELD DAY on Friday, October 13 at two of mid-Michigan's finest farms.  The morning session will be hosted by Swallowtail Farm<>, in Mason.  The afternoon session will be held down the road, at the Lansing Roots Farm<>.
Topics include: Principles & Practices of Improving Soil Health, Cover Cropping, Composting, Tools/Implements and more!
Farm Tours, hands-on demos, a catered lunch and great take home resources are all included in the $10 event cost.
The SOIL HEALTH FIELD DAY is open to every type of grower, from community and urban gardeners to homesteaders and market gardeners.
General registration opens on Friday, September 15. For more information and to register, follow the link HERE<>!

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Majel Maes | office and administrative coordinator
mailing: p.o. box 16224 | lansing, mi 48901
office: 919 filley | lansing, mi 48906
p: 517.853.7804  f: 517.853.7817 |<>

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