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Farm and Food Expo coming Nov 3 and 4

— The Farm & Food Expo will bring in internationally recognized featured speakers as well as dozens of local experts to provide more than 75 class options in two days, Friday and Saturday, November 3 and 4 at Spokane Community College. This year's expo has been made possible with the support from the Office of Farmland Preservation and other major sponsors.

Participants love this event for a variety of reasons because each person gets to select their own course line-up for the day. Perennial favorites include classes such as Simple Cheese Making, Why Keep Bees?, Making Electricity with Sunshine, and Brewing with Heritage Grains. Event organizers are bringing new classes as well, like Christmas Tree Farming, Keeping Chickens Alive, and Water Strategies Using Permaculture.

Featured speakers are Curtis Stone and Jean-Martin Fortier, successful authors and farmers. Curtis Stone is the author of 'The Urban Farmer' and leases front and back yards for farming, making $100,000 on only 1/3 of an acre. Jean-Martin Fortier is the author of 'The Market Gardener' handbook and makes $140,000 on 1.5 acres. Both will teach exclusive classes at the Farm & Food Expo as well as be featured Friday evening November 3, in a roundtable discussion about broadening our local food system.

For more information, and to register, visit FarmandFoodExpo.org.

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