• College to host workshop for crops
    March 18,2013

    CRAFTSBURY COMMON — Farmers are going to be able to get some tips on how to grow more nutritious crops at two workshops that will be held at Vermont’s Sterling College.

    The Bionutrient Food Association will be hosting the workshops at Sterling’s Craftsbury Common campus on March 24.

    The first workshop is for experienced and working farmers. Discussions will include soil biology, mineralogy and energy dynamics.

    The second workshop will be an introduction to bionutrient crop production. Presenters will discuss biological inoculation, seed sorting, tilage and more.

    The cost of the first workshop is $75.

    The second workshop is free and open to the public.

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