Sowing cover crops is an important practice for overwintering farm or garden soils and for general crop rotation. But which cover crop will be the most beneficial to your particular growing needs?
Join us Saturday, October 15 (5-7pm) at Brooklyn Hills Ranch in Amherst County, Virginia for a potluck and discussion on the importance of cover crops for regenerative soil health and fertility.
Owned by Fred and Amber Lyssy, Brooklyn Hills Ranch is a regenerative family farm focused on raising pasture-based, nutrient dense meats for the local community. Fred and Amber are the hospitable hosts of the monthly Amherst meeting (meets each third Saturday of every month).
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
– Bring a main dish to share. This is a potluck.
(Or your own dinner if you do not want to participate in the potluck).
– Bring your own dishware (plate, utensils, etc).
– Bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket.
Please park in the front field before the creek. Or if you are feeling adventurous fording the creek is an option for vehicles that are higher off the ground.
Kids are welcome but they must be attended to by a parent during the event.
PLEASE NOTE: As always, if you are not feeling well, or have a fever, we ask that you stay home and rest.
Have questions? Contact meeting host: Fred Lyssy at: firstname.lastname@example.org