Mark your calendars - King County Small Farm Expo, Saturday, April 6th
- King County Small Farm Expo
Mark your calendars now for the Small Farm Expo featuring tips and technical
assistance for King County livestock and small farm owners. The date is
Saturday, April 6th, from 10am - 3pm. This FREE event will be held at the
Enumclaw King County Fairgrounds.
Come and get the latest "scoop on poop" -- learn about ways to deal with
manure, reduce mud and improve pastures! This one-stop shopping educational
event will feature a variety of manure & farm management options, as well as
education, information and demonstrations.
A special feature will be a discounted rubber stall mat sale!
Some of the activities will include:
· Ongoing educational presentations on topics such as manure management
options, creating sacrifice areas & wildlife enhancement for farms.
· Exhibits & demonstrations by resource agencies & professionals, vendors &
other small farm management specialists such as the King Conservation
District, King County Livestock Advisors, Horses for Clean Water, Master
Recycler/Composters, Master Gardeners, King County Weed Board, King County
· Vendor displays by bedding companies, stall fresher companies, farm
supply stores, gravel companies, rubber mat companies, tractor & farm
equipment dealers, manure spreader companies, dump trailer companies, pasture
· Demonstrations on composting with bins and installing rubber stall mats
Rubber stall mat subsidy -- expo attendees will be get an opportunity to
receive a discount coupon towards the purchase of rubber stall mats.
Anyone can attend, but only King County residents can receive free giveaways
-- proof of KC residency is required for those receiving stall mat coupons.
For more information contact the King Conservation District at 206-764-3410,
Come hear it straight from the horse's mouth on April 6th at the Enumclaw
King County Fairgrounds. Get the latest "dirt" on farm practices!
Funding for this event provided by King County Department of Natural
Livestock and Solid Waste Programs.
Additional program partners include the King Conservation District &
WSU Cooperative Extension King County.