Growing medicinal herbs is much like growing any other crop that will be sold for consumption. There are guidelines for helping to ensure that what you produce is safe to eat. Do you know what practices you are using that might be putting your product at risk? Do you have a written plan that you can show your buyer? Join us to learn and share how we can produce the highest quality, cleanest medicinal herbs in Western North Carolina by registering for this workshop on April 18th. The workshop will be held in Mills River, NC.
This program is brought to you by the Strengthening the Blue Ridge Naturally Value Chain Pilot Project. It is a collaborative project between the NC Natural Products Association, NC State University, and the Small Business & Technology Development Center and funded by the WNC Agriventures Project
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