Women in Sustainable Agriculture
By The Grit Staff | Jun 9, 2016
GOSHEN, Indiana – Are you a woman breaking ground on your own farm or food business? In Her Boots is a sustainable agriculture workshop for women to network and learn from each other. Rachel Herschberger, along with her husband Ben Hartman, own and operate a small farm business, catering to local markets and a 60-member CSA. Beginner farmers are invited August 17 to bring their questions regarding small-scale agriculture, and learn how to get their own business started. Register at Moses Organic, and learn about volunteering opportunities.
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