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Mark Fulford: Berries, Soft Fruits & Alternative Growing Practices
Mark will talk about cultivation of elderberries and other berries and soft fruits, with an emphasis on permaculture and alternative growing practices such as the System of Crop Intensification (SCI) used to increase yields of rice and other crops in regions facing drought and unstable weather and soil conditions. 

Saturday March 7, 2015
9:30am - 4:00 pm
The Common Man Inn & Spa, Plymouth, NH
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Scale for Weighing goats/sheep/pigs
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Council Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month
The next Council Meeting
February 10th 6:30 pm
by phone
general questions: Christine leader@sbfnh.org
for directions (en route)call
Kate at 209-0946 (cell)
Events of Interest :
Sat. March 7th
9am-4pm
an SBFNH WORKSHOP entitled
"Berries, Soft Fruits & Alternative Growing Practices"

at the Common Man in Plymouth
Details
Sat. March 7th
Approx 4:30 pm
Small and Beginner Farmers of NH
ANNUAL MEETING
at The Common Man Restaurant
Plymouth, NH
to be held immediately following
the workshop "Berries, soft fruits & alternative growing practices"
(see above)
Third Tuesday
of the month
6 pm
Carroll County Meeting
at The Lyceum, Tamworth
contact: Sandy Brocaar
(Third Tuesdays of the month)
Third Thursday
of the month
Coos County Meeting
Colebrook Public Library
Contact Julie Moran 726-6992
(usually Third Thursday of the month)