YCFN Twilight Meeting: Spiller Farm, July 19

The next York County Farmers’ Network Twilight Meeting will be held at Spiller Farm in Wells, ME on July 19th:

Twilight Meeting: Weeds and the Soils that Support Them, with Lauchlin Titus
York County Farmers’ Network
Spiller Farm, 85 Spiller Farm Lane, Wells, ME
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Potluck at 5:30 pm, Program at 6:30 pm

Join your fellow farmers for a potluck meal and Lauchlin Titus’s enlightening program on the connection between weeds and soils. Please bring folding chairs, dishes and silverware for your own use.

Lauchlin Titus, Certified Professional Agronomist & Certified Crop Advisor, has 40 years of experience and service in Maine agriculture. He currently serves as President of the Maine Vegetable and Small Fruit Growers Association, and has been associated with Maine Farmland Trust, MOFGA, and the Maine Farm Bureau, among many other agricultural organizations. Titus was brought up on an apple orchard in Winslow and has had his own vegetable garden since age ten, ranging in size from a small family garden to a three acre market garden. Before establishing his own AgMatters business, he worked for Agway advising farmers on their fertilizer and agronomy practices.

Directions: Spiller Farm is located off Route 9A (Branch Rd.) in Wells.

From the South on Interstate 95: take Wells Exit 19, go right onto Route 109. Go 1 mile and take a right onto Route 9A East. Go 2.5 miles to Spiller Farm Lane on right.

From the North on Interstate 95: take Kennebunk Exit 25, follow signs to Route 1. Go South to Dairy Queen, take 9A West and go 4 miles to Spiller Farm Road on left.

For more information: www.ycfn.org

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