Old Fort a test site for young farmers

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Old Fort a test site for young farmers

Second year of training program offers classes, on-the-job education in all aspects of agriculture
Aly Kellogg is a member of the Farmer-in-Training program at the Old Fort in Hesperus. The former site of Fort Lewis College has a range of projects, including hops varietal growing, a garden incubator, organic weed management program and more.
A country store, the newest building at the Old Fort, housed the items being used for an online auction to support the Farmers-in-Training program.
Donations from food sold at an open house on Thursday will be used to fund the Farmers-in-Training program at the Old Fort in Hesperus.

Old Fort a test site for young farmers

Aly Kellogg is a member of the Farmer-in-Training program at the Old Fort in Hesperus. The former site of Fort Lewis College has a range of projects, including hops varietal growing, a garden incubator, organic weed management program and more.
A country store, the newest building at the Old Fort, housed the items being used for an online auction to support the Farmers-in-Training program.
Donations from food sold at an open house on Thursday will be used to fund the Farmers-in-Training program at the Old Fort in Hesperus.
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