SUNY Cobleskill hosts the second Lifestyle Farming Conference, an intense one-day educational event covering more than two dozen topics in farming and homesteading skills on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
During the second Lifestyle Farming Conference, they will be offering a wider breadth of courses that focus on the fall season. In their classrooms and labs, SUNY Cobleskill faculty, experienced farmers, and craft experts will teach workshops on fruits for fermentation, wine and cider making, cheeses, food preservation, homestead planning, herbal teas, meat smoking, raw milk, bread making, and more. With two levels — 1.5-hour Introductory Courses and 3-hour Skill Builders — everyone from novice to experienced homesteaders will find a course to suit their interests and skill levels.
The conference will be accompanied by a specialized vendor fair featuring goods and supplies that complement the workshops, such as apiary supplies, animal feed, wines and liquors, and orchard necessities.