University of Maryland Extension

Cultivate Baltimore: Soil health and pest ID

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Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2019 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Whitelock Community Farm
Whitelock Community Farm
930 Whitelock St
Baltimore, MD 21217
United States
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Neith Little and Peter Coffey

Explore what it takes to be successful on an urban farm! This workshop series features proven, essential components for ensuring farm viability.

Workshops are $10 per session, scholarships are available. Please contact with questions.

Co-organized by Future Harvest CASA, University of Maryland Extension Baltimore City, and the Farm Alliance of Baltimore. This work is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA, award #: 2016-70017-25503


Session 2: Wednesday, June 12th, 5:00-7:00 pm
Soil Health & Pest ID at Whitelock Community Farm

  • Come take a walk with us around the beautiful Whitelock Community Farm! We’ll have a hands-on session talking about soil health and identifying the weeds and insects that we find.
  • Led by Neith Little, UMD Extension Educator - Urban Agriculture and Peter Coffey, UMD Extension Small Farm and Alternative Agriculture Educator
  • Location: Whitelock Community Farm, 930 Whitelock St, Baltimore, MD 21217

Photo of 2018 Cultivate Baltimore workshop at Whitelock Community Farm, by Neith Little, UMD Extension.


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