The Neversink Farm Course Reopens, a Free Tomato eWorkshop, & Our Discount Code
As y’all know, Conor Crickmore of Neversink Farm has been an avid supporter of the show since early on. He believes, wholeheartedly, as we do, that reducing and eliminating tillage where possible around the farm not only saves labor, and saves soil, but may also save small farms, present and future.
If you’re looking for a simple crash-course in no-till veg production, the Neversink Farm Course ain’t it, folks. It’s way more than that. The Neversink Farm Course is a well-paced, meticulously detailed, and downright beautiful educational tool growers can reference for years to come. It is, in fact, an investment. We’ve seen inside the course, even wrote a review, so we won’t dig into the details here. But do take the time to read our take on the good, the bad, and the dirty of the Neversink Farm Course and get a bonus beneficial insect PDF.
Onto business. The course is reopening this Thursday, May 16th. To get a feel for the quality of information within, Conor is hosting a free tomato growing webinar tomorrow, May 15th (plus there is a ton of free content on his youtube). Even if you’re not interested in the course, you may well get something out of it. It’s grow season, so you may not have time. You know, farming and all that good stuff. But register anyway, they usually send recaps to those who sign-up and still miss it.
And as an added bonus, should you decide to enroll in the course, he’s giving our listeners/readers a discount: use the code “NOTILL_SPR100” to get $100 off enrollment. You’re welcome.
Our purpose is to bring you—the grower—the best no-till growing content out there. For free. If you want to see more farm course reviews, no-till discounts (like 20% off Growing for Market Magazine), etc., become a patron of our work on Patreon for as little as $2/month.
Note: while Conor supports No-Till Growers personally, and has sponsored the show, we are not obligated to talk about the farm course beyond the podcast, and are not affiliates of the course.