April 4, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.

Purdue offering classes for beginning and small farms

By From Kris Medic-

Press release

Purdue Extension offers local and regional support and training for farmers who are starting or diversifying their enterprises on a smaller scale.

In Bartholomew County, the 2016 monthly learning sessions will continue at 10 a.m. on each month's first Mondays, in the Conference Room of Bartholomew County Public Library.

The sessions are free and registration is encouraged as low enrollment may cancel an event.

Registration links and more information can be found for the following sessions at extension.purdue.edu

  • Oct. 3rd -- Farmer Grants with Roy Ballard

  • Nov. 7th -- Organics Report from Maine with Kris Medic

  • Dec. 5th -- Permaculture Principles with Cheryl Carter Jones and Rhonda Baird

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