Maine

August 21-22 Maine Farm Days. Barker Farm, Leeds. For more information, visit www.mainefarmdays.com.

Nebraska

September 15-17 Husker Harvest Days. Grand Island. For details, visit www.huskerharvestdays.com.

New Hampshire

September 12 Charles Andros Beekeeping Workshop. Alstead. Registration required. E-mail lindena@sover.net or call 603-756-9056.

New York

August 16 Small-Scale Grain Growing and Weed Biology. Crimson Clover Farm, Bainbridge. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

August 18 How Far Can Your Garden Grow. Panther Rock Farm, Livingston Manor. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

August 19 What’s Cooking at Battenkill Kitchen. Battenkill Kitchen, Inc., Salem. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

August 19-20 Creative Agriculture Approaches to Sustainability on the Farm. The Inn on the Lake, Canandaigua. Visit www.fingerlakessustainablefarming.org for more details.

August 27 Bejo Field Day. Geneva. For more information, visit www.bejoseeds.com or call 315-789-4155.

August 30 Organic Mushroom Production. Green Heron Growers, Panama. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

September 1 Mustard Cover Crops for Control of Soilborne Pathogens. Long Island Horticulture Research and Extension Center, Riverhead. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

September 9, 16, 23 Ag in Uncertain Times Webinar Series. For more information, e-mail westrme@wsu.edu; call John Nelson at 509-477-2176; or visit www.farmmanagement.org/aginuncertaintimes.

September 10 Help Work the Farm at Historic Sylvester Manor. Shelter Island. Contact NOFA-NY at fielddays@nofany.org or call 315-806-1180.

Ohio

September 22-24 Ohio Farm Science Review. Molly Caren Agricultural Center, London. For details, visit http://www.fsr.osu.edu.

Pennsylvania

August 18-20 Ag Progress Days. Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center, Rock Springs. For information, visit http://www.apd.psu.edu.

August 23-29 Williamsburg Community Farm Show. Williamsburg Fairgrounds, Blair County. Call 814-832-2405.

September 6-12 118th Cambria County Fair. Ebensburg. For information, call 814-472-7491; fax 814-472-0663; e-mail ccfair@verizon.net; or visit www.cambriacofair.com.

Vermont

August 18 Cultivating Your Winter Clientele. Walker Farm, East Dummerston. Contact Meg Klepack, NOFA of Vermont, at 802-434-4122, info@nofavt.org or visit www.nofavt.org.

August 26 Enterprise Analysis: Assessing a New Business. Stony Pond Farm, Fairfield. Contact Meg Klepack, NOFA of Vermont, at 802-434-4122, info@nofavt.org or visit www.nofavt.org.

September 2 Soil and Soil Health. Wellspring Farm CSA, Marshfield. Contact Meg Klepack, NOFA of Vermont, at 802-434-4122, info@nofavt.org or visit www.nofavt.org.

Wisconsin

August 21 Managing Cover Crop Profitability. Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, East Troy. Visit www.michaelfieldsaginst.org or call 262-642-3303, ext. 128, to learn more.

National/International

September 1-3 2009 Farm Progress Show. Decatur, Ill. Visit www.farmprogressshow.com for information.

September 9-11 2009 Washington Public Policy Conference-United Fresh Research & Education Foundation. Renaissance May-flower Hotel, Washington, D.C. For more information, contact Angela Bezon, UFPA, at 202-303-3405; e-mail abezon@unitedfresh.org; or visit www.unitedfresh.org.

September 9-11 National Pecan Shellers Annual Meeting. Four Seasons Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Contact NPSA at 404-252-3663 or npsa@kellencompany.com to learn more.

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