Production Planning for Diversified Vegetable Farms Workshop

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Production Planning for Diversified Vegetable Farms Workshop

Learn all about production planning best practices!

By Blue Ridge CRAFT

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Date and time

Thursday, September 14 · 5:30 - 7:30pm EDT


Tumbling Shoals Farm 841 Sand Ridge Road Millers Creek, NC 28651

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About this event

  • 2 hours
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Looking for advice on streamlining your current production planning process, or planning for a variety of market channels? Join Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture and Tumbling Shoals Farm to learn about production planning best practices for diversified vegetable farms!

Participants will get to tour the farm and learn from Shiloh and Jason's experience developing production plans, and will leave the workshop with a better understanding of how to develop their own plan for the following season.

About Tumbling Shoals Farm

Tumbling Shoals Farm is one of the largest certified organic diversified vegetable farms in the High Country. Owners Shiloh Avery and Jason Roehrig have more than 30 years of combined farming experience, and participate in a number of markets across the region, including but not limited to the High Country Food Hub and Watauga County Farmers Market, as well as running their own seasonal virtual farmstand and 200+ member CSA. To supply all of these market channels with a wide variety of produce, Shiloh and Jason have developed a fine-tuned planning procedure that allows them to provide our community with an abundance of high quality vegetables all year long! You can learn more about their farm by visiting their website, or following them on instagram and facebook

About Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture

Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture is a Boone-based nonprofit that helps build an equitable, sustainable High Country local food system by supporting producers and cultivating community connections that educate, inspire, and increase the demand for local food.

​We believe that the educational and professional development of tomorrow’s growers and producers informs the health of our diverse local-food system and rural economy.

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Blue Ridge CRAFT