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We host farm workshops to share our systems and the lessons we have learned along our farming journeys. We also offer community events to celebrate the connection we all share through soil, water, air, and the growing of food. We hope to see you on the farm this season!

Second Saturday Burger Nights, 5:30-8:30pm
Live music, local beer, food from the farm, outdoor summer vibes
Free admission, no reservation necessary, food and drink for purchase (cash only)

June 10: Alive in Root

July 8: Earthtones

August 12th: Zoot Jumpers

September 9th: Yellow Sun Wreckers

October 14th: Sugar Hill Stringband

Frith Farm Immersion - July 8, 8:30am - 4:30pm

Come dive into the practices, systems, and philosophies we employ at Frith Farm: holistic visioning, soil reverence, no-till methods, permanent raised beds, intensive crop rotation, cover cropping, mulching, tarping, perennial integration, alternative labor models, community building, and more! This workshop is geared toward beginning and aspiring farmers. While it will send you off with a breadth of practical information and resources, it is also designed to inspire, empower, and perhaps change the way you relate to soil, food, and ecological communities. Come prepared for an on-the-ground intensive experience! Refreshments and lunch from the farm provided. Cost is $200. Sliding scale pricing is available.

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Advanced No-Till Weekend Intensive - October 14-15, 9am - 4:30pm
Frith Farm - October 14
Stonecipher Farm - October 15

This advanced workshop is geared toward experienced farmers who have either started their no-till journey or are seriously considering transitioning their farms. Knowledge of soil science and commercial vegetable production will be assumed. Come get into the nuts and bolts of different bed formation methods, timing and durations of tarping/solarizing, pushing the limits of cover crops, undersowing and interplanting strategies, irrigation specs, mulch types and uses, maintaining field edges, nutrient management, perennial species to integrate in crop fields, labor considerations, and more. We expect a lot of farming knowledge to be present at this workshop. Snacks and lunch provided both days, and primitive camping is available at either farm.

Day 1: "Starting and Maintaining a No-Till Farm" will be at Frith Farm to learn the startup methods and established systems behind the success of a 13-year-old no-till vegetable farm grossing $100k per acre.

Day 2: "Transitioning a Tractor Farm to No-Till" will be at Stonecipher Farm (a 50-minute drive from Frith) to learn how an established 12-acre tractor farm transitioned to 4 acres of intensive no-till production - and increased yields, profits, and quality of life in the process.

Cost is $350 for the full weekend intensive, or $200 for a single day. Sliding scale pricing is available.

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Come learn with us! Nothing like a crop of farmers in a field

Burger Nights are a chance to celebrate the season's bounty

Crimping rye cover crop by foot is a favorite practice at Frith

Paper Pot transplanting into compost at Stonecipher Farm