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Start Farming Panel & Holiday Market

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Duval County UF/IFAS Extension Office

1010 North McDuff Avenue

Jacksonville, FL 32254

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Hear from First Coast farmers, ask questions, buy local goods, and get answers to start farming today!

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Join us for our 5th Annual Start Farming event!

Panelists:

  • Dr. Stephen Jennewein, UF/IFAS Small Farms Extension Agent
  • Charles Goodin of Johnny Appleseed Organic
  • Mika Hardison of The Herban Bee
  • Kimberly Ruessler of Lola Farms

Vendors:

  • The Herban Bee
  • White Harvest Farms
  • Little Black Box
  • Apple Rabbit Compost
  • NativeJax
  • Dave The Plant Man
  • Eat Your Yard Jax
  • Clinical Traditions Herbalist
  • Madison Schott Ceramics
  • Alice Shinkos
  • Kristina Hoover Fine Art
  • Connor Poovey Art
  • Chancho King
  • The Spoonful Bakery

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Supporting Sponsors:

  • NativeJax
  • Apple Rabbit Compost
  • Edible Northeast Florida
  • Riverside Arts Market
  • St Johns Soil and Water Conservation District

This event is offered as a free service to our citizens and our agricultural community thanks to our generous sponsors.


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Duval County UF/IFAS Extension Office

1010 North McDuff Avenue

Jacksonville, FL 32254

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Organizer Duval Soil and Water Conservation District

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The Duval Soil and Water Conservation District was created in July of 1953 under the authority created by the Soil Conservation Act, passed by Florida Legislature in 1937. The Duval SWCD was organized by concerned citizens of Duval County to help landowners and users to conserve land, water, forests, wildlife and related natural resources.

Our mission is to deliver natural resources conservation technology and education to local landowners and users and to promote the wise use of land and best management practices that will conserve, improve and sustain the natural resources of Duval County.

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