10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014
9:00 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25, 2013
Food | Wine
If you are a farmer or forest landowner, or considering becoming one, come join us and walk away with the knowledge, tools and relationships to build or maintain a vibrant and successful business. Where Cows Meet Clams is about community and protecting the places, people and culture we love by using local economic development, stewardship, succession planning and storytelling. Four half-day training courses will be held to present an integrated picture of how stewardship, regulatory certainty, succession planning and marketing fit together to help grow a successful farm or forest enterprise. Farm Stewardship Training: Trainings for current and aspiring farmers will be held February 4 and 25, 9am to 2pm, at Oxbow Farm, 10819 Carnation-Duvall Road NE, Carnation, WA 98014. The information presented will be the same both days, choose which is most convenient for you. Cost per person $15 and includes a box lunch. Forest Stewardship Training: Two additional half-day trainings will be provided for current and aspiring forest landowners. Trainings will be held February 23 and March 9, 8am to 1pm, at Camp River Ranch (Ranch House and Troup House 5, respectively), 33300 Northeast 32nd Street Carnation, WA 98014. The information presented will be the same both days, choose which is most convenient for you. Cost per person $15 and includes a box lunch. Registration for these trainings can be found by serching BPT for Event 319702. Where Cows Meet Clams has been funded by EPA's National Estuary Program (Cooperative Agreement Grant PC-00J20101) in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ecology.
15 - 15 USD