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1,000 Crops for Montana Farmers: A 1-day Workshop by Michael Pilarski, Missoula, Montana January 25

 
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1,000 Crops for Montana Farmers: A 1-day Workshop by Michael Pilarski, Missoula, Montana January 25
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
at The Hive, 800 South 3rd Street West (site of the Winter Public Market) in Missoula.
The workshop focus is on creating crop diversity for greater productivity on small farms. Michael Pilarski will introduce hundreds of crops including medicinal plants and Northwest native plants. Michael has been farming and researching plants since 1972 and he founded Friends of the Trees Society in 1978. His perspective incorporates agriculture, permaculture, agroforestry, ethnobotany, and ecological restoration. Bring a list of plants you are interested in. Bring your questions. The workshop will allow us to draw on the knowledge and personal experience of the participants. Everyone will go away with new ideas.
Suggested donation: $20 to $50.
More Info: http://bit.ly/1xhIa8o

 
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