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Growing Success: Best Practices in On-farm Food Safety
On-farm food safety training for Oregon produce farmers
These workshops are full please email Heidi Noordijk to be added to the wait lists
Thrive, in southern Oregon has partnered with FamilyFarmed for their Wholesale Success Training on Friday, February 24.
These workshops, taught by Atina Diffley, nationally known farmer & on-farm food safety expert, will cover practical food safety strategies for your farm, along with up-to-date guidance on FSMA requirements and compliance strategies.
Cost: $15 includes lunch
These workshops are full please email Heidi Noordijk to be added to the waitlist
Workshop # 1
Designed for mid-scale produce farmers that are covered by the FSMA Produce Rule selling primarily to wholesale markets
15210 NE Miley Rd, Aurora, OR 97002
February 16, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Workshops # 2 and 3
Designed for small-scale, diversified produce farmers that sell primarily into direct and specialty markets
Locations: Portland and Corvallis
1207 NW Naito Pkwy # 154, Portland, OR 97209 (parking is free)
February 17, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Corvallis OSU Alumni Center
725 SW 26th St, Corvallis, OR 97331
February 19 – the day after the OSU Small Farms Conference, 9am to 5pm
For more information and registration questions contact Heidi Noordijk
Workshop # 4
Wholesale Success Training with Atina Diffley
Friday, February 24th
OSU Extension Service - SOREC
569 Hanley Road, Central Point
9am - 4pm
$18 registration fee
Atina Diffley, a nationally known farmer & wholesale development expert, this workshop will help you decide which markets are right for your farm, and will cover intentional crop planning to meet market needs and maximize profits, postharvest handling, sorting and packing for wholesale markets, and designing your packing shed. This workshop is designed to increase the profitability of small-scale, diversified produce farmers.
The workshop in southern Oregon is coordinated by Thrive and presented in partnership with FamilyFarmed
FamilyFarmed is a nonprofit organization committed to expanding the production, marketing, and distribution of locally grown and responsibly produced food, in order to enhance the social, economic, and environmental health of our communities.
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