Even MORE Upcoming EventsWe posted some upcoming events yesterday. That's no reason not to post some more! This list of events oriented toward young farmers was compiled and released by the National Young Farmers Coalition. ONLINE: Rachel Thistlethwaite is NYFC Farmers Forum Guest Expert - November 18-22 Rachel Thistlethwaite, author of Farms with a Future: Creating and Growing a Sustainable Farm Business, will answer your business and finance questions on the NYFC Farmers Forum. Click here to ask your question today! WILLITS, CA: Mendocino Farmers Guild Meeting – November 19 Regular meeting of the Mendocino Farmers Guild at the Little Lake Grange Hall, 291 School St, Willits, CA. Starts at 6 PM. Contact Evan at email@example.com for more info. AUSTIN, TX: Texas Young Farmers Coalition Meet-up – November 21 3rd Wednesday Meetup. Black Star Coop. 7:00 PM-9:00 PM. Come join us for our third Wednesdaymeet up. Great beers and great conversations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. ONLINE: Cooperatives Webinar – November 21 NYFC and the Democracy at Work Institute are co-presenting a webinar on how cooperative businesses are helping to build local food economies and support young farmers. 6 PM. Click here for more info and to register. MADISON, WI: Wisconsin Young Farmers Coalition End-of-Season Potluck – November 22 Come join us for an end-of-season potluck. This will give us a great chance to talk about our seasons, future plans, and just what is going on with food and farming in Wisconsin! Bring yourselves, your friends, a dish to pass, and stories from the season! Starts at 7 PM at 169 Talmadge Street, Madison, WI. Contact Ginny at email@example.com for more info.
KENTUCKY: Community Farm Alliance’s Connecting Kentucky’s Food System – November 22
An online workshop exploring the potential of a statewide food policy network. 1-2:30 PM. Click here for more info.
AUSTIN, TX: TXYFC Sponsors Green Gate Farms’ Hoop House Workshop – November 24
Join the Texas Young Farmers Coalition as we help Green Gate Farms construct a new hoophouse at their river property. 11 AM-4 PM. Lunch provided. Cost: 10 Farmer, 20 General Public. Purchase tickets here, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SONOMA, CA: Sonoma Valley Farmers Guild Meeting – November 24
Regular meeting of the Sonoma Valley Farmers Guild at the Sonoma Valley Grange Hall, 18627 California 12, Sonoma, CA . Starts at 6 PM. Contact Evan at email@example.com for more info.
MADISON, WI: Happy Hour with the Wisconsin Young Farmers Coalition – November 25
The Wisconsin Young Farmers’ Coalition is teaming up with Slow Food Madison to host a happy hour at Heritage Tavern. Farmers and food advocates can come together to chat food, farming, and life in general. We will source many of the ingredients for the snacks and beverages from young farmers. Located at the Heritage Tavern, Madison, WI. Contact Ginny at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
YOLO COUNTY, CA: Yolo County Farmers Guild Meeting – December 2
Regular meeting of the Yolo County Farmers Guild, location TBA. Starts at 6 PM. Contact Evan at email@example.com for more info.
FRANKFORT, CA: 28th Annual Community Farm Alliance Membership Meeting – December 2
CFA’s annual meeting, located at the KSU Center for Sustainability. Click here to register.
SEBASTOPOL, CA: North Coast Farmers Guild Meeting – December 3
Regular meeting of the North Coast Farmers Guild at the Sebastopol Grange Hall, 6000 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol, CA. Starts at 6 PM. Contact Evan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
POCANTICO HILLS, NY: Stone Barns Center’s Young Farmers Conference – December 4-6
Stone Barns Center will host the 6th annual National Young Farmers Conference, with inspiring keynotes and more than 65 workshops that address soil science, technical skills, agricultural policy, farm business management, marketing, and more. Featuring Your Voice Can Change Farm Policy, a policy update from NYFC! Click here for more info.
MANCHESTER, NH: New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference – December 17-19
The New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference includes more than 25 educational sessions over 3 days, covering major vegetable, berry and tree fruit crops as well as various special topics. Click here for more info and to register.