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Considerations and Opportunities Workshop Feb. 25
Feb. 25, 2014 | 10:30 am - 03:00 pm
Pickaway County Public Library
1160 North Court St.
The Ohio Fresh Foods Corridor will be holding two workshops in February for those interested in specialty crop production to help strengthen individual marketing efforts and engage consumers.
“These workshops are great opportunities for those looking to get into the local foods scene, grow their own specialty crops, and learn new ways to promote their businesses and reach new audiences,” said Mike Estadt, Pickaway County Extension educator and Pickaway County Competitiveness Ag Committee member.
“Great experts and local farmers will share their experiences and help attendees make the most out of their specialty crop endeavors.”
Setting Up Your Food Business: Risk Reduction Strategies & Selling Your Meat, Eggs and Produce: Keeping It Safe and Legal, Peggy Hall and Emily Adams
Basics of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), Bryn Bird
Farmers Markets, Eric Barrett
Local Food Councils, Bryn Bird
Agritourism, Eric Barrett
Wrap-up and QuestionsAn earlier workshop is being held Feb. 11. The cost is $50 for both workshops or $30 for one. Payment can be sent via mail or paid onsite the day of the workshop. The deadline to register for the first workshop is Feb.7 and Feb. 21 for the second. Visit the Ohio Fresh Foods Corridor website for registration and workshop information.