Class Outlines

 

Animal husbandry/milking

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conservation and ecological agriculture

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entomology and integrated pest management

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intro to horticulture

An efficient and active compost system on a farm is a vital resource, turning by-product or waste product into important soil-supporting material. Composting breaks down organic matter into humus, which when added to soil improves tilth, fertility and biological activity. With a very basic understanding of this living mass, any individual can be successful at composting, having lasting effects on the health of your soil ecosystem.  >>FULL CLASS OUTLINE

orcharding and perennial crops

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organizing 101 - food and farm advocacy

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pasture management and grazing systems

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plant pathogens

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post-harvest handling and food safety

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poultry management

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seed saving and seed stewardship

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weed management

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winter farming