- Training led by Atina Diffley
- A copy of the Wholesale Success: A Farmer’s Guide to Food Safety, Selling, Postharvest Handling, and Packing Produce, the definitive training source on selling into wholesale markets (a $70 value).
If you grow produce and are interested in selling into wholesale markets or how to do so more successfully, do not miss this opportunity! Seed Capital KY, along with KCARD, Louisville Farm to Table, Community Farm Alliance, and The Kentucky Horticulture Council, are sponsoring two training days, December 17 in Williamsburg, KY and December 18 in Bowling Green, KY, focused on harvesting, storing and packing produce for wholesale markets. Atina Diffley, organic farmer-educator, activist, and author of the 2013 Minnesota Book Award winner, Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works–a memoir based on her life running the Gardens of Eagan organic vegetable farm, will lead these interactive workshops. For just $10, attendees will receive: