Nut Trees For the Finger Lakes

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Nut Trees For the Finger Lakes

Time: October 4, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Montour Falls, NY
Website or Map: http://cceschuyler.org/events…
Phone: 607-535-7161
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Schuyler CCE
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2016

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Join, guest speaker: Akiva Silver owner of Twisted Tree Farm, in a nut growing workshop that will cover the powerful possibilities of nut trees in a changing world, the best types of nuts for growing in NY, their propagation, culture, harvest methods, and processing. There will also be samples of several types of local nuts.

This workshop will be held in the Human Services Comple.

in Montour Falls, in Schuyler County. Pre-registration is required! Please visit http://cceschuyler.org/events for details and to register.

Or call 607-535-7161 for more information.

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$20

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