On January 24th I drove down to the EFAO workshop in Guelph where Gillian Flies from The New Farm delivered a workshop on Talking about Regenerative Agriculture to Grow a Movement.
In January, I attended a great workshop hosted by the EFAO on Ecological Cut Flower production. Here’s what I took away from the workshop.
With current restrictions on gatherings and social distancing protocols in place, we will be offering events in new formats for the foreseeable future.
EFAO recently hosted two online Kitchen Table Meetings on the topic of CSA pick-up and distribution in a COVID-19 reality.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is becoming an increasingly popular farming structure. While the structure is clear – selling shares of a farm’s products or harvest – there are many innovative models.
Farmers use (and have always used) lots of technology. In fact, farmers are the original ‘hackers’ – constantly tweaking or developing their own tools for their own unique needs.