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2010 Strawberry School

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2010 Strawberry School

Time: March 30, 2010 from 9am to 3pm
Location: Newtonville Town Hall
Street: 21 Church Lane
City/Town: Newtonville ON L0A 1J0
Website or Map: http://www.ontarioberries.com…
Phone: Ontario Berry Growers Association at 613-258-4587
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Ontario Berry Growers Association
Latest Activity: Mar 5, 2010

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Event Description

The Ontario Berry Growers Association and OMAFRA are teaming up to provide a 1 day workshop on strawberry production on March 30, 2010. The workshop style program will be held at the Newtonville Town Hall in Newtonville just east of Bowmanville. This program will give growers up to date information on strawberry production and marketing. It is well suited to new growers as well as those who would like an update. Space is limited. To pre-register contact the Ontario Berry Growers Association at 613-258-4587 or at info@ontarioberries.com.

Newtonville Town Hall, 21 Church Lane, L0A 1J0
The Newtonville exit is number 448 and is just east of the town of Newcastle. From the 401 take Newtonville Rd north . Church Lane is the first road on your right (east) after the highway 2 intersection.

Space is limited; Register Early!

OBGA Members - $75.00
Non-Members - $100.00

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