Food and Farming Events Calendar
Use our calendar to find festivals, tours, workshops, field days, courses, and many other kinds of food and farming related events in your area. If you would like us to keep you up to date with any events happening close to you, make sure to sign up with our keep me posted feature.
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Heritage Gardens (Howe, IN)
See us at Howe Farmer's Market every Saturday morning. Or drop by our farm and see what we're up to!
Historic West Main Street Farmers Market (Fort Wayne, IN)
Market OPENS for the 2014 season on Friday, May 9th from 3-8 PM. Last market for 2014 is Friday, October 17th. Looking forward to seeing everyone this year- Chris
Knox Farmers Market (Knox, IN)
Under new Management and Hours. Open for the Season on Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Come check us out.
Sugar Beet Co-op (Oak Park, IL)
Join the Sugar Beet Co-op for our 3rd Annual Edible Garden Tour
At the peak of growing season you will get an insider's peek into the edible gardens of our neighbors in Oak Park, Forest Park, River Forest and Austin. (...)
Michigan Farmers Market Association (Homer, MI)
Mark your calendar for a field day event on Drip Irrigation for Specialty Crop Producers on Monday July 28! This will be the first of SIX special field days this summer and fall, and the inaugural season of MIFMA's Farm-based Education Programs. (...)
Michigan Farmers Market Association (Grand Rapids, MI)
The YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids, the Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) and New City Urban Farm team up to explain how you can increase sales through nutrition education. The YMCA will discuss food assistance programs which support vulnerable families and have proven to dramatically increase profits for farmers and markets. (...)
Village of Homewood & University of Illinois Extension Master Gardener Program (Homewood, IL)
Green Thumb Saturdays is a free, monthly presentation about various gardening topics, co-sponsored by the University of Illinois Extension Master Gardener Program and The Village of HomewoodâÂ?s Tree Committee. (...)
Nourishing Ways of West Michigan (Grand Rapids, MI)