Ticket Giveaway: Organic Growers School’s 2nd Annual Harvest Conference

One of the region’s favorite educational summits for homesteaders, permaculturists, gardeners and farmers, the Organic Growers School is hosting its 2nd Annual Harvest Conference Saturday, September 12, at AB Tech Main Campus, and you could win a ticket!!

The Harvest Conference is an opportunity for folks to learn and regain important food growing skill and wisdom. This year’s conference offers both half and full day workshops in wild foods, bamboo building, bee keeping and honey remedies, digestive health, organic orcharding, fall and winter growing and plenty more!!

Interested in enriching your own knowledge and skills as you build up to the cold season? Well you can win yourself a ticket! Comment on this post by Tuesday, September 8th at 1:00 PM with your favorite organic growing, homesteading, foraging or food-prepping activity and you’ll be entered to win!


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3 thoughts on “Ticket Giveaway: Organic Growers School’s 2nd Annual Harvest Conference

  1. Eddie Carter

    Excited about the opportunity to win these tickets. Just moved into town and we adopted a very large green house in our back yard and would love to grow things for the community in our own backyard. We only eat organic and biodynamic food, so this would obviously be the way that we would grow things.


  2. Lisa

    One of my favorite activities of summer is making garden fresh tomato sauce. This summer I decided there is really nothing that beats taking those ripe tomatoes from the garden, garlic, basil, onions, sometimes carrots and other items from the garden and letting them cook down together. This summer I focused on tomatoes and cucumbers secondary to my busy schedule. However as seasons transition I am committed to learning more and spending more time cultivating my sweet backyard garden space. I would LOVE to come to Harvest Conference.

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