SDSPA Newsletter- March 2020

SDSPA Newsletter- March 2020

This month features: SDSPA Annual Membership Meeting March 7 & Carol Ford Webinar Website Development Program for specialty producers Svec Farm Feature Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Bakery Feature Lakota Food Summit recap REAL Scholarship Awardees Grants- Specialty Crop Block Grant, USDA- Value Added Producer Grant, North Central Region SARE

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SDSPA Newsletter- February 2020

SDSPA Newsletter- February 2020

This month features: AgFest 2020 recap, MTI job fair, REAL Scholarship, Specialty Crop Block Grant priorities, member letter from Tom Barnes, 2020 Membership Drive, Food Safety Workshop Feb. 5 in Sioux Falls, Agritourism Workshop Feb. 20-21 in Pierre, SDSPA Annual Membership Meeting March 7 in Chamberlain, grants, S.D. Farmers Market webpage

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SDSPA Newsletter- January 2020

SDSPA Newsletter- January 2020

This month features: 2020 Membership Drive, Avera Executive Chef, Nicholas Skajewski, Agritourism and direct sales survey, Agritourism workshop Feb. 20-21 in Pierre, grants, new co-packers & shared commercial kitchens webpage & more! SDSPA Newsletter- Jan. 2020 SDSPA provides regular communications on current activities, news, events and trainings, new publications

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SDSPA Newsletter- December 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- December 2019

This month features: 2020 Membership Drive, the 2019 S.D. Local Foods Conference, Tom Barnes of Pleasant Valley Farm and Cabins, S.D. Farmers Market Survey, new local foods chef/restaurant webpage on the SDSPA & more! SDSPA Newsletter- Dec. 2019 SDSPA provides regular communications on current activities, news, events

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SDSPA Newsletter- November 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- November 2019

This month features: Gardens, High Tunnel & Geothermal Greenhouse Tour at REDCO Thank You & Farewell to Cory Tomovick Sinte Gleska High Tunnels & Gardens Stengel Seed & Grain Provides Tour of Organic Seed Processing Big Stone Pumpkin Patch Showcases Farming with Entertainment S.D. Farmers Market Survey

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SDSPA Newsletter- October (Mid Month) 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- October (Mid Month) 2019

This month features: S.D. Local Foods Conference Line Up Deep Winter Greenhouse Production with Carol Ford Embracing Tribal Sovereignty to Promote Local Foods with Kelsey Ducheneaux Nose to Tail Chef Experience- Sit Down Guided Meal SDSPA Newsletter- October (Mid Month) 2019 SDSPA provides regular communications on current activities,

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SDSPA Newsletter- October 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- October 2019

This month features: S.D. Local Foods Conference Value Added Ag Day at the State Fair AgriCulture on the Square Thunder Valley CDC Features Food Sovereignty Initiatives Oyate Teca Project Tour Grants South Dakota Farm to School Resource Book SDSPA Website SDSPA Newsletter- October 2019 SDSPA provides regular communications

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SDSPA Newsletter- September 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- September 2019

This month features: Organic Seed Processing & Pumpkin Patch Agritourism Tours in Milbank Sept. 13 Geothermal Greenhouse & High Tunnel Production Tours Sept. 7 in Mission Growing Community in Custer: Dakota Greens- Custer Greenhouse & Nursery Custer Regional Hospital- Healing Garden Tour of Dr. Falkenburg’s Home Landscape Grants South

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SDSPA Newsletter- August (Mid Month) 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- August (Mid Month) 2019

This month features: Value Added Ag Day Geothermal Greenhouse & High Tunnel Production Tours Sept. 7 in Mission Hydroponics & Grass Fed Beef Recap Local Foods Fair Recap Grants SDSPA Website SDSPA Newsletter-August (Mid Month) 2019 SDSPA provides regular communications on current activities, news, events and trainings, new

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SDSPA Newsletter- August 2019

SDSPA Newsletter- August 2019

This month features: Nursery, Ornamentals and Growing for Health Tours Aug. 9 in Custer Agroforestry, Egg & Vegetable Production Tours Aug. 17 in Porcupine & Kyle New SDSPA Board Member, Cindy Tolle Gourmet Mushrooms Available in the Black Hills Dakota Fresh Food Hub Update Produce & Hops Farm Tour

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