Our inaugural course of CNG Boot Camp South concluded in October. This series of five weekly sessions is built on the format of our Film SEEDs winter course, but with new elements, and tailored to farmers from the Southeastern United States.
Sessions were hosted by Chad Gard of Hole in the Woods Farm - CNG since 2010 - and enhanced with the experience of farmer-teachers Brad Stufflebeam of Home Sweet Farm in Brenham, TX and Nobie Muhl of Good Samaritan Urban Farm in Atlanta, GA. More than 20 farmers participated from the Southeast, and many gained a great appreciation for the knowledge and generosity of the other members in our community - teachers and participants alike.
The course covered the following topics
- Soil Management
- Weed Management & Bed Preparation
- Pest and Disease Management
- Seed Selection & Transplants
- Peer Review Inspections
We intend to continue to develop this dynamic online peer-to-peer learning approach with new cohorts and topics.
We are very grateful for the generous support of our film sponsors.
Small Farm Works sponsored Three Ways to Transplant.
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Boot Camp South was made possible with funding from the Farmers Market Promotion Program, USDA-AMS.