Lifestyle Farming Conference
By The Grit Staff | Oct 9, 2017
COBLESKILL, New York — The State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology (SUNY) at Cobleskill is hosting their second Lifestyle Farming Conference on November 11. The conference will offer introductory and advanced courses on topics related to homesteading and farming, including bread baking, poultry processing, canning, small engine equipment care, and more. The conference will be accompanied by a vendor fair featuring goods and supplies that complement the workshops.
Go to web.Cobleskill.edu/lfc to learn more and register for the conference.
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