During the 9 a.m.-to-2:30 p.m. program, participants will observe organically grown crops in various stages of development and other production practices.
Training sessions include organic fruit and vegetable production, aquaponics (growing fish and plants), micro-irrigation, U.S. Department of Agriculture EQIP financial incentives, forestry management, edible landscape, and the Georgia EBT Farmers Market Program.
Special guest speakers will discuss urban agriculture and aquaponics productions, and local chefs will demonstrate cooking with Georgia grown produce. The event is free to attend but registration is required by June 11.
The program takes place at 1820 Mary Dell Drive. For more information, directions and to register, visit www.tiny.cc/LBdf2b or call 678-376-9518.