NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!
Cultivating Success: Introduction to Sustainable
Farming and Ranching
Wednesdays January 22-March 19, 6-9pm
Located at the Gardiner Community Center
980 Old Gardiner Road, Sequim
Including 3 Saturday Intensive Field Trips to a variety of farms
as well as classroom instruction.
A joint effort between WSU Jefferson and Clallam County Extension
In this introductory Cultivating Success course, participants explore the unique advantages available to the small farm and ranch owner. The course provides a broad overview of production and marketing options for today’s small farm.
Weekly presentations include local growers, organizations, and university specialists with expertise in direct marketing, value-added processing, production planning, ecological soil management, livestock production, and more. In addition, three intensive Saturday field trips will visit nearby farms to learn about different styles of successful small farm enterprises.
Whether you are just exploring the opportunities available or already have an existing operation, you’ll learn what it takes to create and sustain a viable small farm enterprise.
Class size is limited
$250 per household
Visit Brown Paper Tickets to register
or contact Kellie Henwood at WSU Extension (360) 379-5610 ext 201 firstname.lastname@example.org
380 Jefferson Street in Point Hudson
Port Townsend, WA 98368
WSU OFFICE HOURS 8:30 – 4:30, Mon. – Thurs.
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