Smaller-scale farmers can learn about innovations at VSU field day

Smaller-scale farmers can learn about innovations at VSU field day
ETTRICK—At Virginia State University’s annual Agriculture Field Day on June 15, smaller-scale farmers can learn about some of the latest agricultural innovations.

The free field day will be held from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the school’s Randolph Farm. Small, limited-resource, urban and beginning farmers will be able to interact with U.S. Department of Agriculture representatives and get information on available resources, services and support.

Participants also will be able to learn about the latest technology for small farms from Virginia Cooperative Extension specialists and other agencies.

New this year is a bilingual Small Farm Outreach representative who will provide translation services for the day’s events. Para mas informacion en espanol, favor llamar a Mery Caldwell, 804-481-0425.

For more information or to register, visit ext.vsu.edu.


Support Virginia Agriculture

Join Now

Related Articles

Get Recognized

If your publication or radio or television station is delivering stellar coverage of agriculture on an ongoing basis, this is the award competition to enter. Learn More