Holistic Crop Management Instructors
Dallas Robinson is the Farmer Programs Coordinator for the Holistic Crop Management series, a budding farmer, a lover of cats, and a racial justice activist. She is dedicated to healing the relationship of Black Southerners to land stewardship and agriculture. She is a graduate of Farm Beginnings®, and Soul Fire Farm’s Black & Latinx Immersion.
Nicole DelCogliano has been the OGS Farmer Programs Coordinator since 2015, and the lead facilitator and instructor for the Farm Beginnings Farmer Training. She is trained in a variety of curriculum research, development, facilitation, and teaching techniques. As a farmer for 17 years, she manages a 16-acre diversified organic and biodynamic farm operation. She has MA degree in Appalachian Studies.
North Carolina Presenters
Craig Mauney has worked as an Extension agent for the NC Cooperative Extension for over 25 years. He is presently the Extension Area Specialized Agent in commercial vegetable and fruit production in the 39 Western most counties of North Carolina. He graduated from Berea College, Berea, Kentucky with a BS Degree in Agriculture and has a lot of experience in all aspects of commercial vegetable and fruit production, home gardening and landscape design. He now has a small forest farm in Zirconia, NC – Shady Hollow Farm.
If you have questions about this program, please email Dallas Robinson at email@example.com
Thanks to our Media Sponsors for 2018!
OGS Farmer Programs are made possible by our farmer network and our funding partners: USDA-NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program, Grant #2016-70017-25341, USDA Rural Business Development Program, Community Foundation of WNC, Polk County Community Foundation, CLIF Bar Family Foundation Our Growth Partners (year-round program support) are: Carolina Farm Credit, Earth Tools, Biltmore Company, Buchi, Living Web Farms, and Chelsea Green Publishing. Our Media Sponsors are Hendersonville Community Co-op, and WNCW.