All Day

Richland County Pastures for Profit Grazing School

The Longview Center 1495 W Longview Avenue, Mansfield

Join Richland Soil and Water Conservation District and partners for this workshop for anyone interested in pasture and grazing management. Those new to livestock and forage management are encouraged to join. This is a 3-day series. The Grazing School is July 23 and July 25 at The Longview Center from 6 to 9 p.m. The Pasture Walk is July 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eisenhauer Farm. The School fee includes a grazing stick, and USB with course manual. Pre-registration is required.


Principles of Biological Systems Workshop

Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice 131 E Dayton Yellow Springs Road, Yellow Springs

This immersive two-day event will explore cutting-edge practices in biological farming designed to enhance soil health, crop yields, and produce quality with Dan Kittredge, Founder and Executive Director of Bionutrient Food Association. Workshop Highlights: Nutrient Density: Discover why two organically grown carrots can vary in nutrients by over 40%. Learn the secrets behind nutrient-dense crops. Seed Quality Improvement: Techniques to enhance seed vitality. Microbial Community: Understanding the critical role of soil microbes. Pest Management Without Pesticides: Effective natural pest control methods. Soil Testing and Mineral Balancing: Key strategies for soil health. In-Season Monitoring: Utilizing conductivity and Brix for crop management. Participants will gain hands-on experience and insights into biological farming, helping growers increase the health and marketability of their produce. This workshop is ideal for farmers, gardeners, and growers of all types who are committed to sustainable and regenerative agriculture.


OEFFA Lake Effect Chapter at the Lake County Fair

Lake County Fair 1301 Mentor Avenue, Painesville Township

The Lake Effect Chapter of OEFFA will be setting up a passive display at the Lake County Fair from July 23rd through July 28th.  It will be in the Natural Resources Building along with a dozen or so other environmental / sustainability groups.  Please stop by and check it out if you go to the fair! If you are interested in volunteering to help monitor the building in exchange for a FREE day pass to the fair, contact Tom at 440-257-2673

Event Series Bouquet Making Workshop

Bouquet Making Workshop

Clintonville Farmers Market 3535 North High St., Columbus

Working with flowers is a wonderful way to bring people together, promote positive energy, stress relief, and healing. Learn to craft flower bouquets in this workshop with two long time Common Greens producers, Pam of L Marie and Adrianne of Owl's Nest. Leave with the bouquet you made wrapped in tissue or craft paper, knowledge about arranging, and a fun experience!

Site Assessment Workshop

Before investing in farmland, you need to find a place that is right for your business and your life. This full-day workshop is for anyone searching for farmland, and is suitable for crop, livestock, and agroforestry producers. Explore topography, land infrastructure, location, soil and water, and other important considerations with hands-on activities, a site visit to a 3rd-generation family farm, and interesting tools. Gain the knowledge and confidence in your own land assessment skills, plus connections with a team of supportive technical assistants. Register at the link below.