Are you an urban grower navigating the rules and regulations related to growing and selling food? A gardener who is thinking of selling some of your produce? A school or non-profit organization involved in farming?
Workshop #2 @ Wild Willow Farm (Thursday, April 5, 2018) Are you an urban farmer learning the ins and outs of growing and harvesting crops? Presenters from UC Cooperative Extension, Wild Willow Farm & Agua Dulce Farm will offer a day of training geared to help boost your production. Participants will:
Learn to improve soil quality for healthier crops;
Use the tenets of IPM (Integrated Pest Management) to identify and manage insect pests, keep weeds from taking off and taking over;
Use water more efficiently on the farm;
Select and plan their crops, and consider potential emerging crops.
Hosted in partnership with SDFSA and Wild Willow Farm.
This is the first in a series of four San Diego County workshops that will be held on 3/23, 4/5, 4/19, and 4/26, covering additional urban agriculture topics. Information and registration for all four workshops can be found at:
Offered by UC Agriculture and Natural Resources and UC Cooperative Extension-Los Angeles County, along with the San Diego Food System Alliance and Seeds @ City Urban Farm at San Diego City College.
SAVE THE DATE & REGISTER TODAY!