On Thursday, July 13, the University of Minnesota Forever Green Initiative, The Land Institute, and A-Frame Farm invites the public to learn the latest research about Kernza®. The event will be hosted at Carmen Fernholz’s A-Frame Farm in Madison, Minn. Fernholz will be joined by Luke Peterson, A-Frame Farm Manager. The tour will start at 1 p.m. The farm is located on the 15 mile marker on Hwy 40, 2 miles east of Madison.
This field tour is an opportunity for growers, processors, businesses, and policymakers to gain first-hand knowledge and connect with experienced Kernza® growers and researchers who have been advancing the breeding, production and marketing of the nation’s first perennial grain.
This event is free but registration is required. Learn more and register by clicking here.
Address: 2484 Highway 40 Madison, MN 56256
A portion of this field day is supported by AFRI Sustainable Agricultural systems coordinated Agricultural Project (SAS-CAP) grant no. 2020-6801231934 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. More information: www.kernza.org/cap.