Fulton County OSU Extension to Offer Berry School

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The Fulton County OSU Extension invites area producers to participate in the NW Ohio Berry School taking place Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 from 8:30am-3:00pm at the Robert Fulton Ag Bldg., 8770 SR 108 Wauseon, OH.

This program is geared towards berry producers who may have surplus above and beyond average household consumption. The school will offer opportunities to select from three concurrent tracks: Production, Management, and Food and Community. State and area Extension specialists will be speaking on a variety of value-added opportunities. The registration fee of $40 also includes lunch and a copy of the Midwest Fruit Production Guide.  The registration deadline is March 14th. For additional program details and registration information, please click here for a flier or contact the OSU Extension office at 419-337-9210.  The NW Ohio Berry School is sponsored in part by the Ohio Produce Growers and Marketers Association, Triple K Irrigation, and Chuck Spallinger, Ag Consulting. 

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