Although this is a trial project, the impacts and positive outcomes have proven that this is a worthwhile effort for the Surry Community. It has allowed the residents to participate in workshops on building raised beds, soil health, planting fall crops, and composting. This has given the residents of Surry County the opportunity to learn skills needed for home gardening and assisting in beautifying our County Park.
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01/12/2015 by Farmers' Market Federation of New York Public perception of a farmers market is that it’s an effortless task of gathering farmers and artisans, [...]
by Diane Eggert and James Farr (and other contributing writers) The New York Federation of Farmers Markets produced this comprehensive and resourceful training manual for [...]