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Small Farm School is an annual, full-day event with hands-on workshops and classroom sessions. Both beginning and experienced small-scale farmers will find classes to fit their needs. Our classes cover topics from equipment to soil health, crop and livestock management, and more.
Small Farm School is an all-day event for beginning AND experienced farmers and small acreage landowners. Field and classroom workshops will address small farm topics such as crop and livestock production, land access, funding options, and management for soil and water conservation. Course offerings change each year, so if you have attended in the past, join us again! There is always something new to learn.
Registration fees cover class materials, lunch, and a coffee break. Registration fees are refundable up to 7 days before the event (Sept. 6). No walk-in registrations are accepted. Due to space limitations, Small Farm School reserves the right to close registration on September 8, 2023, or when capacity is reached.
Classes are size-limited and will close when full. Early registration is highly recommended to ensure the best class selection. Keep up to date and learn more about this year’s offerings by following Small Farm School on Facebook!
This event is hosted by OSU Extension, Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, Clackamas Community College, Friends of Family Farmers, Marion Soil and Water Conservation District, Black Food Sovereignty Coalition, and Rogue Farm Corps.