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Hoop House Construction Workshop

 
                        
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WNC Specialty Crop Institute presents:

Low-cost Hoop House Construction Workshop
Friday, January 14, 2011, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
171 Campbell Way, Yerington, at the Yerington Paiute Indian Reservation
$35 (includes lunch)  $45 if registered after January 7

Learn how to construct a low-cost hoop house at this workshop that includes classroom instruction in the morning and physical construction of a hoop house in the afternoon, using a popular design developed by Utah State University Extension. The hoop house will be constructed primarily of PVC tubing, precut rebar, greenhouse plastic and 2-by-4s.

FEATURED SPEAKER: Dan Drost, USU Extension vegetable specialist, is a leading researcher/educator on high tunnel production. He co-authored the construction manual for the USU hoop house and has built dozens of hoop houses at workshops in Utah and other western states.

Limited Enrollment - Reserve your space early.  For registration or details, visit  http:www.wnc.edu/sci, call 775-351-2551, or email louhelaa@wnc.edu.
Filename: Registration-Yerington-hoop-house.pdf
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