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2024 Field to Fork Webinar Series

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The “Field to Fork Wednesday Weekly Webinars” will begin Feb. 21, 2024. The webinars will be held online from 2 to 3 p.m. Central Time through May 1. They also will be archived for later viewing; however, participating in the “live” webinar allows participants to interact with the presenter.

The webinars are free of charge but registration is required. 
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2024 Webinars
 

  • Feb 21 - How to Create Beautiful Flowerbeds and Landscapes Good Enough to Eat - Don Kinzler, NDSU Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources-Horticulture

    Watch the February 21 webinar recording 

     

  • Feb 28 - Gardening with Arthritis and Pain - Esther McGinnis, NDSU Associate Professor, Horticulturist

    Watch the February 28 webinar recording

    Stretching Exercises

     

  • March 6 - Understanding Product Dating: Food Safety vs. Food Quality - Bryon Chaves, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Assistant Professor, Food Safety and Extension Specialist
     
  • March 13 - Spuddles, Vader Tots and Small Fries: Let’s Talk Potatoes! - Susie Thompson, NDSU Plant Sciences Associate Professor
     
  • March 20 - Tips for Preserving the Bounty of the Harvest - Barb Ingham, University of Wisconsin Madison, Professor, Food Science | Food Safety Extension Specialist
     
  • March 27 - How to Grow Garlic and Other Alliums - Harlene Hatterman Valenti, NDSU Plant Sciences Professor
     
  • April 3 - Being Creative & Safe with Fruit & Vegetable Preparation and Storage - Julie Garden-Robinson, NDSU Extension Food and Nutrition Specialist and Professor
     
  • April 10 - Play it Safe! Safe Changes to Tested Canning Recipes - Karen Blakeslee, Kansas State University Extension Associate
     
  • April 17 - The Role of Bees in my Fruit and Vegetable Gardens - Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension Entomologist and Professor
     
  • April 24 - Making Nature at Home in Your Landscape - Carrie Knutson, NDSU Extension Agent, Agriculture & Natural Resources - Horticulture
     
  • May 1 - Growing Produce Safely for Consumption, Sales or Donations - Londa Nwadike, Kansas State University and University of Missouri Extension Associate Professor of Food Safety
     

This project is made possible with funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service.

 

 

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Julie Garden-Robinson

Requests for accommodations related to disability should be made to the event contact person at least two weeks in advance of the event.