Cultivating Success Farm Walk – Mosby Farms
July 31 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm| Free
Visit unique farms and learn more about the program that’s helping grow new farms and farmers
Interested in farming? Not sure how to begin? Do you dream of beginning or expanding your own small farm? The Cultivating Success™ program combines workshop and farmer-based learning experiences to help foster the success of new and existing farms and agri-ventures.
Come learn more about the Cultivating Success program during one (or more!) of three Farm Walks this summer. Stroll the farm, learn how the farmers apply concepts taught in the courses, and discover how Cultivating Success can provide the tools necessary to help realize your farm dream.
Monday, July 31 (5:30-7:30pm) Join us as we head to Mosby Farms near Auburn. With over 400 acres of fertile ground in the Green River Valley, the Mosby family grows a wide range of high quality specialty vegetables for their Veggie Club CSA, as well as for sale via their Market Truck and to area restaurants and wholesalers.
With limited space and parking at each farm, we ask that you pre-register for these free events at CSFarmWalk.eventbrite.com.
Cultivating Success helps participants explore the unique advantages available to the small and mid-size farm. Weekly presentations include local growers, organizations, and university specialists with expertise in direct marketing, value-added processing, production planning, agronomy, livestock production, and more.
Sponsored in a collaborative effort with WSU Snohomish County Extension, Snohomish Conservation District, WSU King County Extension, King Conservation District, and King County, Cultivating Success provides students with the tools necessary to create/develop/expand a sustainable farm operation.
The 2017 Cultivating Success Sustainable Small Farming and Ranching course runs Monday evenings, 5:30-8:30pm, Sept. 18 through Dec. 4. We’ll be using web technology to simulcast between three locations to accommodate folks in North Snohomish County, South King County, and on Vashon Island by utilizing speakers and facilitators in each location.