2018 Calendar of Events

This is a work in progress which we will continually add to!

January 6 & 7, 2018

2 Day Workshop with Dan Kittredge:  Principles of Biological Systems – to register go to http://bionutrient.org/site/workshops

January 9, 2018

7:00-8:30 PM     Starting Garden Seeds – presented by the Hartford Area BFA Chapter at the Simsbury Public Library

February 4, 2018

1:00-3:00          Seeds & Seed Saving with 2 experts in the field:  Market Gardener and avid seed-saver Lisa Bloodnick, and Owen Taylor, Seed Collection Manager, educator and publisher of the new Truelove Seed Catalog;  at the Simsbury Public Library, 725 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, CT  06070

February 9, 2018

2:00-4:00        Dan Kittredge’s Introduction to Principles of Biological Systems at Knox, Inc., 75 Laurel Street, Hartford, CT

February 22-25, 2018

CT Flower & Garden Show at the CT Convention Center, Hartford, CT – we’ll be there all day for 4 days – stop by to say Hi!

March 10, 2018

OrganiCONN – CT NOFA’s Winter Conference – Hartford Area BFA Chapter will be there all day in the vendor’s hall.  Stop by to say Hi!

March 24, 2018

1:00-5:00 PM  Dr. Stephanie Seneff and Dr. Don Huber: The Effects of Glyphosate, talk at Holcomb Farm, 113 Simsbury Road, Granby, CT  06035  Registration a must as seating is limited:  http://tiosn.com/event/dr-don-huber-and-dr-stephanie-seneff-discuss-glyphosate-save-the-date/

Thursday, April 5

7:00-8:30 PM  The Role of Soil Fungi in Resilient, Regenerative Agriculture by Melody Wright of Pleasant Valley Botanicals at Simsbury Public Library, Program Room #2, 725 Hopmeadow Street, Simsbury, CT  06070

Summer Schedule

July & August, every Tuesday from 2:00 PM to dark:

Open Garden at our BFA Demonstration Garden!  Bring your questions – we’re happy to help!, take a tour of the garden, taste what we are harvesting that week.  This is during the farm’s regular CSA pickup hours.  There will be signs posted so follow the arrows up to our garden – or walk on the dirt road that runs up the north side of the farm and hang a right after the 3rd greenhouse in a row.  Our garden is easy to spot – mid-field and surrounded by a wire fence that contains our little oasis.


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