Small Farms Week 2021

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Small Farms Week

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s annual tribute to small-scale agriculture will be held March 21–27, 2021, and will offer a variety of virtual events and educational programs designed to inform the public and provide research-based information to support small farmers.

Farmers and interested members of the public are invited to sign up free of charge at the Small Farms Week registration webpage.

The 35th annual Small Farms Week is presented by Cooperative Extension at N.C. A&T State University with the theme, “35 Years: Resilience. Strength. Diversity.” The week’s virtual events are designed for farmers with limited incomes and acreage and will provide them with information to become more resilient and more profitable. The general public is also encouraged to attend.

To learn more, visit the Small Farms Week 2021 webpage.