Innovative Hand Tool Workshop @ Fair Share Farm
May 22 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm| $10
Join Small Farm Unit staff Leeanna Bunch and Matt Ball, NC Cooperative Extension agent Mary Jac Brennan, and Fair Share Farm owners Emma Hendel and Elliot Seldner for a workshop using innovative hand tools in the field. Small scale mixed annual vegetable producers will have a chance to view these tools and try them out in person. Tools that will be showcased include: silage tarps, paperpot transplanter, tilther, flame weeders, quick-cut greens harvester, and Jang JP-1 seeder, half moon hoe, stirrup hoe, collinear hoe, broadfork, and CobraHead.
Please bring gloves, a reusable water bottle, wear closed toe shoes, and dress appropriately for outdoor demonstration. Water and snacks will be provided.
The Forsyth County NC Cooperative Extension office will be providing a van for transportation from the office to Fair Share Farm the day of the workshop.
About Fair Share Farm:
Fair Share Farm, LLC was established in the Fall of 2014 with the goal of growing the best food possible for the surrounding community. Located in the Piedmont of North Carolina, Fair Share operates on five acres in suburban Winston-Salem producing USDA GAP-Certified greens, roots, garnish and other specialty items.