Small Farm School 2020 is Going Virtual!

Registration for Small Farm School is now open. Click here to register!

Small Farm School has gone online!

Small Farm School 2020 has adopted an online platform to deliver its content. Sessions will be delivered as webinars offered twice weekly on Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting on Thursday, September 17th and concluding in mid-November.

Registration opens on August 18th, 2020. Click here to register!

Topics for Small Farm School Excite and Inspire

Home flock of pastured chickens.

Learn the basics of starting your own poultry flock!

Experienced and knowledgeable presenters will lead online classes on a wide variety of topics to new and beginning farmers, as well as those farmers who are looking to build upon their skill sets. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • New Farmers: Poultry for Beginning Farmers, How to Start a Farm Business
  • Land Care: Dry Farming, Pasture Management, Hemp Production, Soil Ecology
  • Marketing: Food Safety, Brand Identity, Running a CSA
  • Vegetables: Weed Control, Winter Vegetables
  • Flowers, Data Tracking, Bookkeeping, and more!

New for 2020 are sessions that focus on issues of equity and social justice in Oregon Agriculture. Session topics include:

  • Racism in Oregon Agriculture
  • Equitable Food Access
  • Farming While Black

Who Should Attend Small Farm School?

You can dry farm corn, beans, tomatoes, squash, and more.

You can dry farm corn, beans, tomatoes, squash, and more.

Small Farm School attendees include beginning AND experienced farmers and small acreage landowners. Session topics change each year, so if you have attended in the past, join us again! There is always something new to learn.

Keep up to date and learn more about this year’s offerings by following Small Farm School on Facebook!

Ask the Experts

Each year, Small Farm School brings together a terrific team of experts who serve as resources to workshop participants. Find a list of these experts here. Experts represent topics which include:

  • Water Rights
  • Food Preservation
  • Farmers Markets
  • Soil Health
  • Beekeeping
  • Organic Farming and certification
  • Food Safety and Production
  • Small Farm Purchase and Financing
  • And more!

Registration Fees:

  • How can you improve your soil? Learn how at Small Farm School!

    How can you improve your soil? Learn how at Small Farm School!

    $35 general registration

  • $25 intern or college student registration

Registration will allow access to register for any session. Session registration will be available two weeks before the actual class offering. Some classes might be size-limited, so please register only if you are serious about attending. Registration includes access to recorded sessions to view on your own schedule.

Additional information regarding Small Farm School is available online. A complete program and workshop descriptions, as well as registration information, will be available by August 18th.

Small Farm School Partners

This event is hosted by OSU Extension, Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District,  Clackamas Community College, Rogue Farm Corps and Friends of Family Farmers.

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