Do you wild-harvest herbs?
Do you grow medicinal herbs?
Do you have a natural products business?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you should plan to attend one of our WNC Naturally events offered at three locations in western North Carolina for your convenience.
An Event to Strengthen the Natural Product Industry of Western North Carolina
One More Event in WNC:
¨ October 22, 2011
Mill Spring Agricultural Development Center
156 School Rd., Mill Spring, NC 28756.
From Asheville, take I-26E about 40 miles to Exit 67, and stay to the left, Hwy 74 towards Rutherfordton. Go 1 mile, and take the next exit, for Columbus, Hwy 108. Turn LEFT onto Hwy 108, go 3 miles to a stoplight, and turn LEFT onto Hwy 9. Go 1 block, turn RIGHT onto School Road. Go up the hill and take the first street on the Right, beside the Fire Department. Turn Left into the parking lot.
All events are 9 am to 4 pm
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door & covers lunch and light snacks
¨ Selling Wholesale
¨ Selling Local
¨ Hands on Voucher
¨ Developing Enterprise
¨ Sustainable Harvesting
-Growing, Drying, Packaging
¨ Creating Value Added
¨ One on One Business
¨ Networking with buyers and other growers
Questions? Contact Alison Dressler at Alison_Dressler@ncsu.edu or 828-684-3562 x 150
These events are brought to you by the WNC Natural Products Project (led by AdvantageWest), the WNC Forest Products Project (led by Land of Sky Regional Council), and the NC Natural Products Association.
The WNC Natural Products Project, the NC Natural Products Association, and the WNC Forest Products Marketing Project
To learn more about the NC Natural Products Association and the two projects, you can click on links for them on the front page of http://ncherb.org