Managing Hoophouses and High Tunnels for Year-Round Farming Success
Date: January 11, 2016 - January 11, 2016
Location: Online Location
Contact: Adam Montri, firstname.lastname@example.org, 517-353-0407
Whether you are a seasoned hoophouse farmer or new to using hoophouses, this six week, self-paced course will provide you with cropping information, management strategies, and other resources from hoophouse farmers and experts to put you on a path to success. Participants will have access to recorded presentations with extensive use of pictures and diagrams, previously unavailable detailed written course materials in an easy to read format, additional printable materials plus weekly chat/hang-out time with course instructor(s) that have more than 25 years of combined hoophouse/high tunnel experience.
The course is scheduled to begin January 11th, 2016. You will receive an email prior to January 9th, 2016 with a username and password to log into the Michigan State University Desire2Learn (D2L) Course Management System. Starting on January 11th you will be able to log into the course at http://d2l.msu.edu and access the materials.
Adam Montri, farmer and owner Ten Hens Farm; Hoophouse outreach specialist, Michigan State University Department of Horticulture and MSU Center for Regional Food Systems
John Biernbaum, Professor, Michigan State University Department of Horticulture
Course Cost: $150
Course Length: 6 weeks, self-paced
Preview the course here: hrt.msu.edu/videos/hoophouse-trailer