Education & Tools to Sustain Your Farm – NHS Workshop Series

Education & Tools to Sustain Your Farm – NHS Workshop Series

Northcoast Horticulture Supply, Dirty Business Soil & Analysis, 1 Degree Consulting and the Canndor Herbarium Project will be presenting a lecture and discussion providing education about genetics and integrated pest management. The team will help provide the technical tools to help sustain your farm's growth. 

Dirty Business Soil Consulting & Analysis will provide an in-depth discussion on Integrated Pest Management practices. Learn how to identify and monitor pests on your farm. DBS will have microscopes set up to demonstrate the types of pest that you should be looking for.

Once you have been able to identify pests, Northcoast Horticulture Supply will give a presentation on how to manage them. Learn about different types of horticulture products that will help solve your pest problems.

1 Degree Consulting empowered by Humboldt Green will teach Farmers how to run a successful operation in the new regulatory environment. There will be a discussion opportunity to get some of your questions answered by our knowledgeable team and to meet others who are also navigating the permitting and licensure process.

Learn about the Humboldt Herbarium Project being collected by Humboldt Green and Canndor. The discussion will also explore the topics of varietal standards, appellations, best agricultural practices and cannabis in human health.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Education & Tools to Sustain Your Farm
Friday, May 18th
Location: NHS-Fortuna Feed 126 Dinsmore Drive in Fortuna
12:00 to 3:00 PM Visit with NHS, DBS, Humboldt Green and Canndor Staff regarding products and services offered. 
3:30 to 5:00 PM Presentation and lectures begin.

Education & Tools to Sustain Your Farm
Saturday, May 19th
Location: Northcoast Horticulture Supply 1580 Nursery Way in McKinleyville.
12:00 to 3:00 PM Visit with NHS, DBS, Humboldt Green and Canndor Staff regarding products and services offered. 
3:30 to 5:00 PM Presentation and lectures begin.

Both Education & Tools to Sustain Your Farm Workshops are free to the public.

May 10th 2018

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