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Webinars

The Webinar Wednesday series is designed to educate growers on food safety in growing, transporting, processing and preserving fruits and vegetables.

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Feb. 14: Great Seeds and Where to Buy Them in 2018 - Tom Kalb, NDSU Extension horticulturist

Feb. 21: Tomatoes, Peppers and Cucumbers: A Snapshot of NDSU’s High-tunnel Research Project- Kyla Splichal, horticulture research specialist, NDSU Williston Research Extension Center

  • Feb. 28: GMOs: Separating Fact From Emotion - Esther McGinnis, assistant professor and NDSU Extension horticulturist
  • March 7: Gardening in Small Spaces - Yolanda Schmidt, NDSU Extension agent, agriculture and natural resources, Pierce County
  • March 14: The Health Benefits of Gardening - Julie Garden-Robinson, NDSU Extension food and nutrition specialist
  • March 21: Developing and Selling Food Products That are Safe and Tasty - Clifford Hall, professor, food science, NDSU Plant Sciences Department
  • March 28: Weed Management and Soil Fertility for Organic Vegetable Production - Greta Gramig, associate professor, NDSU Plant Sciences Department
  • April 4: North Dakota Cottage Food Law - Julie Wagendorf, director, North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Food and Lodging
  • April 11: Pesticide Safety: Minimizing Exposure - Andrew Thostenson, NDSU Extension Pesticide Program specialist
  • April 18: Safe Food Sampling at Farmers Markets and Other Venues - Suzanne Driessen, Extension educator, food science, University of Minnesota
  • April 25: Using Scarce Resources: Square Foot Gardening and Raised Beds - Todd Weinmann, NDSU Extension agent, agriculture and natural resources - horticulture, Cass County

This project was supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service through grant 14-SCBGP-ND-0038. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the USDA.

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