Tri-state (Indiana, Ohio, Michigan) Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Conference in Nov. in Ft. Wayne – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Tri-state (Indiana, Ohio, Michigan) Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Conference in Nov. in Ft. Wayne

The Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan Tri-state Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) conference is Saturday and Sunday, November 12th  and 13th, in Ft, Wayne, IN. The conference starts with a Hawkins Family Farm tour on Saturday morning. Experts with Central State University, The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), in collaboration with Purdue University and Michigan State University, will host the conference. We will have great farmer speakers, vendors, and resources for farmers and ag professionals to learn more about CSAs. The flyer has more information on our featured farmer.

More information about the conference and to register, please access https://web.cvent.com/event/e40d5530-3155-4716-b76a-f12bc9da4b2d/summary

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