Agroforestry Trainings for Natural Resource Professionals: Alley Cropping at Catawba
Thanks for your interest in Agroforestry Trainings for Natural Resource Professionals. Here, you can register to attend the FREE Alley Cropping Fundamentals training session. This event will happen rain or shine! Lunch is included.
Alley cropping is a lesser known agroforestry practice with potential for diversifying land use, expanding income potential, and building soil health. Alley cropping is the planting of rows of trees and/or shrubs to create alleys within which agricultural or horticultural crops are produced.
The increasing interest in agroforestry among land managers has produced a growing need for technical assistance. Join us and learn about the principles, design considerations, benefits, and potential challenges associated with forest farming.
- Adam Taylor
- Meghan Giroux
- Stesha Warren
More information about the session content and trainer bios is available at asdevelop.org/agroforestry.
Seats are limited, so register soon! Please note, these trainings have been scheduled to coincide with regularly scheduled JED training dates, but are open to all natural resource professionals and agricultural educators. When registering, please select the ticket type that most closely matches your organizational affiliation.
An online introductory course will be available in the spring to watch in preparation for the training.
If you have questions, contact Stesha Warren at email@example.com or 336-202-9943.
If you need an assistive device, service, or other accommodations, please contact Katie Trozzo at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 5 days prior to the event.
Partners and Collaborators
The Agroforestry Trainings for Natural Resource Professionals Program is an inter-regional collaboration brought to you by:
· Appalachian Sustainable Development
· Cornell Cooperative Extension
· USDA National Agroforestry Center
These Virginia workshops are hosted by Appalachian Sustainable Development and the Virginia Tech Center for Food Systems and Community Transformation in collaboration with:
· Virginia Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS)
· Virginia Department of Forestry (DOF)
· Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE)
· Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition