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  1. 2011-01-20
  2. 2011-10-20
  3. 2022-11-16 Session :Topics addressed in this session include: Cody Cove Farm and Nursery A Tragic Paradox Embracing Diversity, Reseilient Agricultural Communities Reasons for Seeking Out New Crop Species and Varieties Examples of the Power of New Crops Tools for New Crops Presenter :Josh Jamison is a...
  4. 2022-11-16 Session:Clemson University’s Musser Fruit Research Center conducts a variety of research centered on peaches, hosts a peach breeding program and one of the three National Clean Plant Network centers. Topics covered will include disease management through cultural methods and breeding, the role of...
  5. 2022-11-15 Session:Learn a model of combining regenerative agriculture, re-vegetation, and biodiversity protection in order to protect, restore and reconnect ecosystems to create healthy, connected and productive landscapes where people and nature flourish.
  6. 2022-11-15 Session:A Session on Community-Saving Grains. Topics explored in this session include: A description of a Savings Group program in West Africa Food management groups in light of a hunger problem Why should farmers go in debt to buy back their own food? Adequate Storage Storgae Design and Methods...
  7. 2022-11-16 Session :We will look at some principles of establishing/growing fruit trees. I will share some examples of what has and hasn’t worked during my time of working with fruit trees in Haiti. We will attempt to focus this time together on sharing and discussing practical technologies that are...
  8. 2022-11-16 Session :Everyone becomes a manager whether they want to or not; whether it's a small committee or large business. And yes, it even applies to working in agriculture!
  9. 2022-11-17 Session :This workshop will be a time to discuss the various stages of transitioning from one culture to another and healthy ways to manage these transitions.
  10. 2017-01-11 Session :Developing country smallholder farmers need information on technologies and practices that will sustainably increase their yields – but they also need inputs and profitable markets for their products. The USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program strongly focuses on farmer...