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NOFA-NY is hosting a field day on at Honeyhill Farm, 6241 Price Rd, Livonia, NY. The field day entitled Wash Stations and Farm Food Safety, the June Rolling Hills meeting, will feature a workshop on farm food safety as it pertains to wash water sanitation. Robert Hadad (CVP), Craig Kahlke (Lake Ontario Fruit Program), and Gretchen Wall (Produce Safety Alliance) will explain the regulations and guidelines related to wash stations and demonstrate a wash station system. The meeting will include a brief potluck, so please bring a dish to pass. The meeting hosts, Fred & Sue Forsburg of Honeyhill Farms, will be hosting a summer celebration bonfire following the meeting. The Rolling Hills Discussion Group is for new and beginning farmers in the Upper Finger Lakes and is free to join. This work shop is free, and no registration is required. For more details or questions, please contact Elizabeth Buck at emb273@cornell.edu.

Location: Honeyhill Farm, 6241 Price Rd, Livonia, NY 14487 Registration Fee: Free Registration Deadline: No Registration Required NOFA-NY is a statewide organization leading a growing movement of farmers, consumers, gardeners, and businesses committed to promoting sustainable, local, organic food and farming. We provide education, assistance, and support to regionally-based, sustainable farmers to help them thrive; educate consumers about the value in buying local, organic products; help consumers connect with farmers; work to make local, organic food available to all people; and advocate policies that support a sustainable food and farm system.

Region: 
East Coast
Type: 
Workshop
Location: 
Livonia, NY
United States
Date: 
Tue, 06/11/2013 - 5:00pm to 7:30pm