The Greater Lansing Food Bank’s Lansing Roots program is offering a workshop series on a variety of topics related to small-scale farming. Lansing Roots is designed to help limited resource or historically underserved individuals begin successful market gardening and farming through an incubator farm setting. Workshops are open to the public and donations are requested on a sliding scale from $5-15 (participants are asked to pay what they are able).
Please RSVP to GLFB AmeriCorps Member Katie Kabot at 517-853-7806 or
Extending Your Season With Hoop Houses
September 8, 6:00-7:30pm, MSU Student Organic Farm 3291 College Road Holt, MI 48842
Visit the MSU Student Organic Farm and learn how to get the most of our short Michigan growing season! Denae Friedheim, manager of Foodshed Farm in Bath and instructor at the MSU Student Organic Farm, will demonstrate the ways in which hoop houses can maximize your growing power and profit. She will discuss topics such as installation, costs, maintenance, types of hoop houses available and the advantages to having one on site!
Roots Demonstration Farm Summer Workshop Series
Lets Farm Michigan
A farm workshop collaborative for the Greater Lansing Area