4th Annual Harvest Conference: September 8–9, 2017

Class Schedule for the Harvest Conference

Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 Harvest Conference Schedule. Classes that run from 9:00AM to 12:30PM are as follows: 1) All About Hemp with Brian Bullman in Jensen 217. 2) Appalachia Rising: The Revival of Valuable Folkways with Byron Ballard in Jensen 317. 3) Beyond Diversity: A Racial Equity Path to Food Justice with Marisol Jimenez in Jensen 316. 4) Growing and Making Plant Medicine: Teas, Tinctures and Salves with Chip Hope in Jensen 315. 5) High Tunnels for Homesteaders with Christina Newhouse in Jensen 213. 6) Intro to Permaculture with Zev Friedman in Jensen 313. 7) Whole Hog Butchery and Charcuterie with Meredith Leigh in Morris Pavilion. From 12:30 to 2:00PM, lunch will be served in Gladfelter Dining Hall. From 1:20 to 1:50PM is Interactive Group Play with Katie Christie. Meet at the patio between Jensen and Sunderland. Classes that run from 2:00 to 3:30PM are as follows: 1) Basic Vegetable Fermentation with Meg Chamberlain in Jensen 313. 2) Falling for Pollinators with Jill Sidebottom in Jensen 316. 3) Intro to Truffle Farming with Brian Upchurch in Jensen 317. 4) Processing Acorns with Osker Brown in Jensen 217. 5) Seed to Seed: Completing the Garden Circle with Angie Lavezzo in Jensen 315. 6) Sleep Matters with Patricia Kyritsi Howell in Jensen 213. 7) Wild Foods Preservation with Abby Artemisia in Morris Pavilion. Classes that run from 4:00 to 5:30 are as follows: 1) Eating Resiliently: Super-Simple Cooking Techniques with Sunil Patel in Morris Pavilion. 2) Fall & Winter Chicken Care with Meagan Roberts in Jensen 316. 3) Four-Season Composting with Brian Rosa in Jensen 313. 4) Growing Herbs for Market with Jeannie Dunn in Jensen 213. 5) Making Mead 101 with Marissa Percoco in Jensen 317. 6) Wild Mushrooms: A Taste of Enchantment with Alan Muskat in Jensen 315. 7) Worms for Living Soil with Mary Ann Smith in Jensen 217.

Sunday, September 10th: Our friends and education partners at Living Web Farms are extending the learning by offering a Root Crop Production Intensive on Sunday. More information and to register on their site.

4th Annual Harvest Conference: September 8–9, 2017