Small Acreage Expo 2017
The 12th Annual Small Acreage Expo is a fun, valuable, and informative event that offers participants a choice of different classes (see choices below) on topics small acreage residents want to know about. Learn about important topics that will help you manage your land, get to know local resources, meet other small acreage landowners and have a great time at the 78th Street Heritage Farm!
An open house during the lunch hour will allow participants to meet and learn more about local agencies that serve the public as well as ask questions to local vendors participating in the event.
Pre-registration is $15 and runs until noon on Friday, April 7. Late registration price is $25 and can be paid on arrival.
The Small Acreage Expo is sponsored by the WSU Clark County Extension.
View session topics below:
Session A (9am-10:15am):
A1 - Managing Grazing for Sustainable Pastures, Gary Fredericks
A2 - Low Down on Lime, Gordon French
A3 - Weed'em and Reap, Kara Hauge
A4 - Mushroom Cultivation, Tony Migas
Session B (10:30am-11:45am):
B1 - Beekeeping, Charles Bennett
B2 - Septic Inspection Certification, Sean Hawes*
B3 - Composting, Pete Dubois
Session C (12:45pm-2:00pm):
C1 - Drainage solutions, Grant Johnson
C2 - Composting with Worms, Pete Dubois
C3 - Manure management, Denise Smee
Session D (2:15pm-3:30):
D1 - Sustainable Living for Small Farms
D2 - Rain Barrels, Green Roofs and Managing Wet Weather, Rob Bacon
D3 - Soil Testing & Organic Fertilizer, Heather Havens
*Gravity fed systems only
WSU Extension events are open to all without discrimination. If you require additional assistance, please contact us at least 10 days prior to the event.
78th Street Heritage Farm (View)
1919 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|