Enhancing the Safety of Locally Grown Produce on the Farm and at the Market.

April 1, 2013 5:15 pm – 8:30 pm
A food safety training for farmers on small to medium-sized farms selling produce to farmers markets, CSAs, restaurants, etc. Food Safety is good marketing. Come and learn about best practices to help you keep the produce you grow safe from farm to market. A market manager training is also included to enhance the safety of locally grown produce sold in your market. Participants will receive a packet of take-home references and a certificate of completion.

Cost: FREE!!

Bartow County Cooperative Extension
320 W. Cherokee Ave.
Cartersville, GA 30120
Olin Tatum Agriculture Building, Stiles Auditorium (Located adjacent to the Cartersville Public Library parking lot) Get Directions

Participation Details
For more information and to register please contact the Bartow County Cooperative Extension office at: 770-387-5142 or email: uge1015@uga.edu.
Please pre-register by the deadline of March 29th.
Registration link: http://www.caes.uga.edu/extension/bartow/documents/FarmersMa…

Contact Information
Bartow County Cooperative Extension

Other upcoming workshops:
Vegetable Gardening Seminar – April 2 @ 6:30pm How to Build a Rain Barrel – April 6 @ 9:30am Top 10 Tree and Landscape Mistakes – April 9 @ 6:00pm Home Food Preservation Tips – April 9 @ 6:45pm Container Gardening – May 7 @ 6:30pm Click here for more information about these and other upcoming workshops:

Click to access 2013GardeningSeminars.pdf

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