Photo: Erik Dietz (Cropped from original)

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Regional farm tour and networking event at Fat Cat Farm

Fat Cat Farm in Dexter, OR

Exact address will be provided at time of registration
Estados Unidos

Aug 14, 2022 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

$5.00 - Scholarships are available, contact [email protected]

Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Teagan Moran

Comuníquese con los organizadores del evento para confirmar que este evento se llevará a cabo en español o para solicitar interpretación en español u otras adaptaciones.

Regional farm tour and networking event at Fat Cat Farm in Dexter, Oregon on August 14th, 2022. The tour will start at 9:30am. This is a tour for farmers and ranchers in the area. The farm tour will be followed by some optional informal brown bag lunch networking and discussion time on the farm. Come meet other farmers in the region, learn, and share!

Space is limited so please register for address and to reserve your spot. Registration LINK HERE or contact Teagan Moran - [email protected] 541-713-5011
Cost: $5.00. Scholarships are available, please email [email protected].

Your farm host, Erik Dietz, is owner and operator of the 2 acre farm where he works full time with one part time employee. Erik will be sharing his farming story as well as giving a tour of the diversified vegetable operation featuring some NRCS grant funded high tunnels and the infrastructure he has built to support the 2 acre operation (1 1/4 acres on the home farm and another acre leased). Erik will talk about their pollinator habitat, cover cropping systems, organic practices and more! They farm on a hand scale, meaning they rarely use tractors or do any tillage unless opening new ground as they move towards no-tillage. They have sold through CSA, farm stands and farmers markets. They are currently adapting their marketing channels to meet the changing needs of the farm. Erik looks forward to hosting as participating in and supporting a vibrant farm community is what keeps him going!

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