Sustainable Home Fruit Production – Homesteading Workshop

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N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center is excited to announce the launch of a new educational series “Homesteading”.

The first workshop in this new series is “Sustainable Home Fruit Production.” This workshop will be offered on Saturday, March 11 from 9:00 a.m.  – 12:00 noon in the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center Auditorium, located at 301 East Mountain Drive, Fayetteville, NC.

Registration and registration fee of $20 are due on March 8. Register here with Eventbrite.

More and more homeowners are looking for practical ways to produce their own food in their landscapes. Join NC State Small Fruit Extension Specialist Dr. David Cline and Consumer Horticulture Extension Agent Allen West, as they explain how you can successfully grow a variety of fruit trees, shrubs and vines at your home. This is geared towards North Carolina Homesteaders or those just interested in learning how to grow sustainable fruits on small acreage. Whether you live on a large rural farm or a small suburban lot, you will benefit from this class. Participants will leave with lots of practical information, starter plants, publications and door prizes. A light breakfast will be served.

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Susan Johnson, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSusan JohnsonAdministrative Assistant Call Susan Email Susan N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center
Posted on Jan 18, 2023
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