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Grow Your Groceries Open House & Orientation

Event Date/Time

Sep 7, 2013
11:00 am until 1:00 pm

Description

Grow Your Groceries Open House & Orientation

Soil Born Farms' Grow Your Groceries is a beginning farmer training program designed to provide knowledge and hands-on experience to the aspiring urban grower.  Our instructors are experienced masters of organic agriculture and experts in farm entrepreneurship.  

Through classes, hands-on field days, and farm tours, this course will educate the aspiring urban farmer and the inspired home, community, or school gardener on best practices for growing abundant produce in small spaces.  

 

Come learn about the program at a

FREE Open House and Orientation event! 

 

 

  • Learn about what the Grow Your Groceries program has to offer
  • Enjoy farm fresh appetizers
  • Take an introductory mini soil class with Soil Born Farms Founder and Director Shawn Harrison
  • Tour the farm
  • Hear current students share their farming experiences
  • Take home seeds and growing resources

 

 

Please reserve spaces for the total number of people attending in your party.

This is an adults-only event.  

For more information, contact Sarah Barnes, Education Coordinator, at 916-252-6695 or sbarnes@soilborn.org

Cost FREE
Location

Soil Born Farms American River Ranch
2140 Chase Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA
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Additional Information
SponsorSoil Born Farms Urban Agriculture & Education Project
Phone860-918-6827
Contact nameSarah Barnes
Contact emailsbarnes@soilborn.org
Websitehttp://www.soilborn.org/growyourgroceries

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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