2021 MOSES Organic Field Day

Winter Vegetable Production in Missouri

Monday, October 4 | 9 a.m. – Noon  |  Free

COVID Precautions: We will have disposable masks and hand sanitizer available.

 

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Happy Hollow Farm
Community Supported Agriculture
17199 Happy Hollow Road
Jamestown, MO 65046

 

Join us for an exciting morning at Happy Hollow Farm with 2021 MOSES Organic Farmer of the Year Liz Graznak. You will walk away inspired, with tips and ideas to incorporate into your existing or future organic vegetable operation.

Happy Hollow Farm delivers the very best peak-season organic veggies in a crowded marketplace to farmers markets, 85 CSA shares, and whole-sale customers.  What really sets Happy Hollow apart is season extension. Winter sales of fresh greens out of the high tunnel offer a unique and valuable product that is in high demand. With the addition of mechanization, a new wash-pack shed with a larger walk-in cooler that enables more produce to be stored through the winter, and also fall allium planting, Liz has been able to scale up her production to meet consumer demand.

In addition to being USDA Organic certified, Happy Hollow farm is now also proudly Real Organic Project certified.

This field day is held in partnership with EarthDance, a teaching farm located in Ferguson, Missouri, teaching the craft and science of organic farming with people from all walks of life. Their 14-acre historic farm provides a model of sustainable food production and cultivates food leaders alongside abundant fresh produce.

 

Topics covered:

    • Fall crop harvesting & storage
    • High tunnel and caterpillar tunnel winter production
    • Fall planting alliums
    • Designing the ideal wash/pack shed

 

 


 

Presenter:

Liz Graznak, Happy Hollow Farm

Liz runs Happy Hollow Farm, a certified organic vegetable CSA and market farm in a sea of conventional row crop production in north-central Missouri. She was selected as the 2021 MOSES Organic Farmer of the Year for raising outstanding organic vegetables while expanding the borders of organic food through her CSA and market stand, her community-building efforts, and her engagement with other farmers.

 

Background:

Read the Organic Broadcaster story about Liz.


 

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