Virtual Garlic Production Workshop

Monday September 28, 2020
3:30pm-5:00pm

REGISTER AT:
https://tinyurl.com/garlicworkshop

Workshop will provide information on:

  • Best management practices for field production of garlic such as field prep, planting, fertility management, pest identification and management, harvesting, and curing.
  • Vernalization process and storage
  • Varieties with potential for commercial production in Hawaii
  • Variety trial results from Kula, Maui and Poamoho, Oahu
  • Culinary creations and value addition

FARMERS MARKET COALITION: Webinar: Unique COVID Farmers Market Models / Thursday, September 3rd @ 6:30 am HST

FMC and Ecology Center have teamed up and are excited to present the webinar Thinking Inside the Box- Making Healthy Food Accessible with Curbside/Drive-Thru (Contactless) Models at Farmers’ Markets During COVID-19.

Join us on September 3 at 12:30 PM ET to learn from 4 passionate and innovative farmer market managers who have implemented drive-thru/curbside/box programs in their communities. They’ll be sharing their challenges, successes along with the logistics, safety, and administrative aspect of implementing a program like this.

Click here to read the full webinar description, presenter bios, and register!
Megan Fox
Executive Director
Mālama Kaua`i
(808) 828-0685 x12
www.malamakauai.org
Advocating, educating, and driving action towards a sustainable Kaua’i.

Webinar Tree Care for Birds and Wildlife

Conference Description: (4.5 CEUs)

August 27, 2020 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am
COST:$40.00

Tree Care for Birds is hosting an online workshop on the Wildlife Best Management Practices. Arborists have a unique connection with nature and wildlife in the urban forest. This workshop will focus on the best practices to act responsibly around wildlife and to navigate wildlife laws in Arizona, California, Nevada and Hawaii. The workshop will cover topics like: laws regulating wildlife, when and where are you most likely to encounter nesting birds, practices to minimize impacts to nesting birds during tree care, and managing wildlife habitat through urban forestry. We are offering this workshop across three weeks, and we will have different sessions for the different states.

Participants should plan to attend a webinar each week, take a quiz after each session and complete at least one homework assignment. If you don’t work in a western state, you are welcome to join us anyways. Some of the information will be broadly applicable to different areas.

Contact: ryan@wcisa.net