Intensive Organic Courses in Michigan

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Intensive Organic Courses in Michigan – January 2022 from the Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance (MOFFA)

MOFFA Organic Intensives is a day-long concentrated learning experience for farmers, serious gardeners and anyone passionate about what they eat.

For 2022, we are proud to host a mix of local experts, farmers and growers presenting the following frequently requested topics for out intensive organic courses : 

     The Farm Ecosystem:  Managing for Pollinators, Beneficials, and Pests


     In-Row Weed Control Strategies:  Fine Tuning Equipment . . . The Details for Success


     Organic Mushroom Cultivation and Management


Standard COVID protocols will be practiced. Masks must be worn except when eating or drinking.

When: Saturday, January 8, 2022. 
Registration begins at 8 a.m. Sessions from 9 a.m. EST – 5 p.m. EST. Lunch will be served. 
Where: , Michigan State University, 1066 Bogue Street, East Lansing, MI 
Lunch: Catered by Teff-riffic of Lansing

Register today and become a member for 2022 to save $30 over the non-member rate!

Scholarships for intensive organic courses are still available. Please 速蛙云流量怎么用:contact us if the cost of registration is a barrier to your attendance.

The Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance (MOFFA) was organized in 1992 as a non-profit organization with the mission of promoting organic agriculture and the development and support of food systems that revitalize and sustain local communities.  MOFFA was one of the first organizations in Michigan and the nation to actively promote these principles. 

MOFFA’s , and our other educational activities, are made possible by our members. Half of us are farmers, and just over half of the farmers are certified organic. The rest are people who are involved with the food system through their employment (30%), and people who just plain care about what they eat (20%). If you are not already a member, we invite you to  in working to achieve our vision of a vibrant and diverse community working together for healthy food that is available to everyone and for agricultural practices that support the long-term viability of our ecosystem.


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