Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Small Farms Class Offered Free to Seniors, With Credit to Others
Class participants will get to dip their hands in the dirt at Bloom Farm come April.
Friday, February 8, 2019


Small farms.

That’s the subject of a new class being offered by the College of Southern Idaho Blaine County Center in partnership with The Hunger Coalition Bloom Farm.

The class is designed to introduce students to solid building, nutrient management, plant production, pest management, greenhouse structures, irrigation techniques and harvest and seed collection.

Taught by CSI Horticulture Assistant Professor Chance Munns, the class will include classroom lectures at CSI in Hailey and on-site work at The Hunger Coalition Bloom Farm.

The class will meet Fridays starting Feb. 8 and running through May 10. Hours are 5:30 to 8 p.m.

The class will also meet from 8 a.m. to noon on three Saturdays: April 13 and 20 and May 11.

Small Farms is available for three college credits for $420. It’s free to non-degree seeking students over the age of 60.

For information, contact CSI at 208-788-2033.


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