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Published: Friday, April 26, 2013, 3:03 p.m.

Learn about farming at Snohomish workshop

Would you like to learn about farming? There's an interesting opportunity coming up to learn from Gil Schieber and his crew at Skipley Farm in Snohomish. A hands-on workshop is May 11.

Attendees will learn about orchard management, pruning, interplanting, nursery production, aquaponics, marketing, biodynamics, permaculture and a lot more. There will also be time for socializing and dinner.

Registration is limited to 35 people, so early registration is suggested. Find out more here.

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