|Join us for Cultivating the Harvest on March 1st and 2nd. We will start the celebration on March 1st with a “pick-your-own” tour or workshop. Tour registrants will receive additional tour information and meeting locations by email.
Pre-Conference Tours and Workshop — Friday, March 1st
1- 4 pm (pick-one; workshop and tours are $15 per person; space is limited)
Tour topics include insects & pollinators, livestock & meat processing, and cheese processing, or choose to attend a workshop on farmland legacy. The tours will run from 1-4 pm, and the workshop will run from 1-3 pm. Select from one of the following:
- Farmland Legacy Workshop with Mary Swander ($15 – includes workshop materials)
- Insects and Pollinators Tour – Washington State University Bee Lab and the University of Idaho Entomology Lab ($15)
- Livestock & Meat Processing Tour – Vandal Meats, University of Idaho Dairy, and University of Idaho Sheep Facility ($15)
- Cheese Processing Tour – Brush Creek Creamery in Deary, ID ($15)
Evening Reception and Play Performance of “Map of My Kingdom” — Friday, March 1st
We will host a reception with light appetizers and no-host bar at the Kenworthy Performaning Arts Centre in downtown Moscow at 6pm followed by a performance of the play, “Map of My Kingdom.” Conference Registration includes one ticket to the Friday performance (additional tickets may be purchased ala cart). Check-in for the conference will be open at the reception. Please join us and pick-up your conference materials. https://momk-moscow.eventbrite.com
20th Anniversary Inland Northwest Small Acreage Farming Conference — Saturday, March 2nd
8:30 am – 5 pm ($60 first registration, $40 additional registration, $25 for students)
March 2nd will launch into our 20th Anniversary Inland Northwest Small Acreage Farming Conference at the University of Idaho Pitman Center. Topics will include On-Farm Research, Marketing, Farm Profits, Livestock and Regenerative Grazing, Insects & Pollinators, and Soils. The conference will include a Panel of Inland NW Leaders in Sustainable Small Farming and Ranching, and afternoon Farmer-to-Farmer Discussion Sesssions. For a more detailed conference agenda: http://www.cultivatingsuccess.org/cultivating-the-harvest-2019.Registration includes conference materials, light breakfast snacks, a catered lunch, and a ticket to the Friday evening performance of Map of My Kingdom. To inquire about student scholarships contact Colette DePhelps.