Learn to Farm $100,000 Organic Produce per Acre!
Singing Frogs Farm Way!
April 16, 2016 from 10 a.m to- 12 p.m.
at Central Contra Costa Sanitary District's Multipurpose Room
Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser bought a small farm after they left the Peace Corp. After trying conventional organic methods, they decided to innovate to grow 6 to 7 crops of organic produce per year!
Average CA produce farmers make $17,000 per acre. Singing Frogs Farm grosses $100,00 per acre of organic produce!
Learn their fascinating secrets! You can use these methods in your own backyard or farm!
Hear the science and mechanics behind the Kaisers' multi-award winning farming methods.
Peace Corp Experience that Inspired the Kaisers
Overview of Kaisers' Bio-Intensive Organic Model
Principles of Better Soil Health and Carbon-Sinking
Why No-Till Methods Are Critical to Success
Hedgerows and Beneficial Insects and Animals
Compost, the Science and Use
Bed Preparation and Transplanting
Michael R. McGill, Board Member, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District will also be talking about "The Future of Water" and the debate about "One Water" -- the movement to unify control of different types of water.
Chad Godoy, Contra Costa County Agricultural Commissioner will present an overview of the county Ag Report.
John Kopchik, Director of the Contra Costa County Department of Conservation and Development will talk about the county's efforts to foster and develop Ag and Food Systems businesses.
SEATS ARE LIMITED, PLEASE GET TICKETS:
Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
Central Contra Costa Sanitary - Multipurpose Room; Free Parking - 5019 Imhoff Place, Martinez, CA 94553
THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS!