Sustainable Farming Association’s ongoing Dirt Rich series continues with in-person workshops featuring expert knowledge and farmer-relevant information on the fifth principle of soil health – livestock integration.
Each event will be led by SFA Senior Technical Advisor Kent Solberg and the accompanying SFA staff farmer host. These in-person events will be limited to 10 participants each to follow appropriate social distancing guidelines. Masks will be encouraged and available at the door. Registration is free for current SFA members and $40/nonmembers. The next workshop will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 15 at Early Boots Farm, 20232 Balsam Drive in Sauk Centre. Topic will be Temporary Fence Techniques for Managing Silvopasture.” Learn more at sfa-mn.org/soil.