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The Homegrown Food Summit 2020 starts tomorrow, Monday, 5/4... and it's free!

 
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I always enjoy quite a few of the presentations of the yearly Homegrown Food Summit and have learned a lot each year. Plus I find there is such a wide variety of topics, there seems to be something for everyone.
Here is the link for those that want to sign up for it:
https://www.homegrownfoodsummit.com/registration/

You'll be e-mailed the schedule of presenters for the week.
 
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There is no place to register. It states to enter your email address, but there is no place to enter it.
 
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Found out it was my browser.  I use Firefox.  Had to go to Chrome to register.
 
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Nancy McC wrote:Found out it was my browser.  I use Firefox.  Had to go to Chrome to register.



That's strange. I use Firefox as well and had no problem registering. Anyway, I am glad you figured it out.
Today's line-up sounds very promising already including David the Good about composting, Dr. Patrick Jones about herbal remedies, Red Louvish about how to judge roadkill edibility (hey, to each their own), Ronnie Cummins' regenerative agriculture, and Greg Perterson about planting fruit trees.
 
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