Monthly Archives: October 2014

Cooking with Root Vegetables Workshop

You’ve got sweet potatoes and rutabagas and a lot of other root vegetables that will keep all winter long…  now, what do you do with them?!? Instructor Laura Zaino will teach a workshop titled Cooking with Root Vegetables on Sunday, … Continue reading

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Farmer’s market vendor needs your help…

From Jackie Patterson and the State College Crop Mobs Team… We have a cool opportunity to help a farmer out on Friday! Deb Fisher, owner of Deb’s Flower Farm, is a vendor at the Friday Farmers Market Downtown. She is … Continue reading

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Visioning meetings for the Sustainabl​e Student-Ce​ntered Farm

WHAT:  Penn State Student Farm/Sustainable Food Systems Curriculum Visioning Mtg WHEN: Oct. 28 and 29 from 6 – 8 pm WHERE:  3rd Floor Stuckeman Family Building During the meeting,  small-group discussions about strategic features and programming of the farm and … Continue reading

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Permaculture Workshop

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Apple Pie Baking Contest?!? Where’s my apron?

Way Fruit Farm will once again host the Annual Apple Pie Baking Contest on October 25th, 2014.  The event is sponsored by First National Bank.   Prizes and bragging rights for the top three pies. 1st place:         … Continue reading

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Listen-in and Learn up on National Organic Standards

From our friends at: On Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 3:00-5:00 PM Eastern Time, the National Organic Program (NOP) will host a listening session focusing on the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), a federal advisory committee that provides recommendations to … Continue reading

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3rd Thursdays Farming Classes at Stoney Brook Valley Farm

From Katie College at http://www.coolbeanscsa.com… Toying with the idea of earning some income by producing food on your land, or just interested in maximizing the potential to grow nutritious food for your own family? Want to find your inner farmer … Continue reading

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