Come tour Frith Farm and learn strategies to increase biodiversity in the context of commercial vegetable production. Diversity and abundance of life are nature’s answer to soil, plant, and human health. We will focus on how to use mulches, interplantings, and perennial plantings to increase natural resistance to pests and disease and to feed the life that feeds us.
Daniel owns and manages Frith Farm in Scarborough, Maine where he has practiced commercial no-till growing since 2010. He is the author of the book, The No-Till Organic Vegetable Farm: How to Start and Run a Profitable Market Garden That Builds Health in Soil, Crops, and Communities.
Admission is $40, sliding scale is available. Please pay the amount you are able.
As a gesture of reparations for systemic inequities within the field of agriculture, Frith Farm offers free admissions to all events and workshops for BIPOC attendees.
In addition to sliding scale donations, work-trade options are available. The Frith Farm crew works 7am to 4pm Monday-Friday. We suggest 4 hours of work in exchange for the workshop.
Notes on COVID-19 protocols: This event will be held outdoors and limited to 15 participants. All participants must wear masks and observe social distancing for the duration of the workshop.