Event Date : November 23, 2017
Join us at Rushall Organics for a one-day workshop to discuss intercropping (morning) and cereal diversification (afternoon). There will be a tour of the farm and grain store and a chance to see new sowing and harvesting technologies used on the farm.
9.30 am: Arrival with tea, coffee and pastries
10 am: Welcome with Bruce Pearce introducing intercropping and the DIVERSify project. Innovative examples of intercropping from across the project and around the world.
10.20 am: Introductions
10.40 am: Nigel Wookey of Rushall Organics – ‘show and tell’ from the farm.
11 am: Tea, coffee and snack break
11.30 am: Discussion on experiences with intercropping: successes, failures and barriers
12:45 pm: Opportunities to experiment and try things that have been identified during the day
1 pm: Lunch
2 pm: Tours of the farm and grain store and a chance to see new sowing and harvesting technologies used on the farm.
3 pm: Introduction to the CERERE project and to the afternoon workshop on cereal diversification.
3.30 pm: Parallel sessions on processing and marketing of diverse cereals:
4.15 pm: Parallel sessions
5 pm: Close. Tea and coffee available
This event is now fully booked. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a reserve list in case of last minute cancellations
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