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    Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019

    Scale Appropriate Farming and Gardening Equipment

    When:  Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

    Where:  
    Springfield Library Midtown Carnegie Branch
    397 E Central St, Springfield MO map...

    Description:

    Workshop sponsored by Springfield Community Gardens. Do you really need a tractor? This class will help farmers and others understand equipment needs, based on the scale and cropping systems of a farm. Hands-on demonstration of a walk behind tractor and hand tools will round out the program. Instructors are Patrick Byers (MU Extension) and Kevin Prather (Springfield Community Gardens).

    Session topic:

    Do you really need a tractor? This class will help farmers and others understand equipment needs, based on the scale and cropping systems of a farm. Hands-on demonstration of a walk behind tractor and hand tools will round out the program. Instructors are Patrick Byers (MU Extension) and Kevin Prather (Springfield Community Gardens).

    Registration:

    Workshop sponsored by Springfield Community Garden. Preregistration is not required, and participants are welcome to register at the door.

    Cost:

    $0.00

    Facilitator:

    Patrick Byers, byerspl@missouri.edu
    MU Extension in Webster County
    phone: 417-859-2044




    Native Ozarks Fruit Crops

    When:  Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

    Where:  
    Springfield Community Gardens
    1471 N. Benton, Springfield MO map...

    Description:

    Workshop sponsored by Springfield Community Gardens. Native fruit crops offer economic potential for Ozarks farmers and local gardeners. The workshop will focus on pawpaw, persimmon, elderberry, and lesser-known native fruits that are delicious and profitable. The instructor is Patrick Byers (MU Extension).  more...

    Session topic:

    Native fruit crops offer economic potential for Ozarks farmers and local gardeners. The workshop will focus on pawpaw, persimmon, elderberry, and lesser-known native fruits that are delicious and profitable. The instructor is Patrick Byers (MU Extension).

    Registration:

    Meeting sponsored by Springfield Community Garden. Preregistration is not required, and participants are welcome to register at the door.

    Cost:

    $0.00

    Facilitator:

    Patrick Byers, byerspl@missouri.edu
    MU Extension in Webster County
    phone: 417-859-2044