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The Tiniest Livestock: Edible Insects

Edible insects are all the rage, for good reasons and bad. This interest is only likely to get hotter. When insects are raised correctly, they can be a beneficial addition to food and farming.  They don’t take much space to raise. Most likely, they will be raised in an organic way. They are high in protein and good for you. And they taste good when prepared well. We’ll hear about the successes and challenges of raising insects from an insect farmer and from a producer who works with insects to make a variety of interesting foods. 

Track and Session Info

Session: 
D | 10:30 am

Date and Location

Location: 
Acacia
Day: 
Friday
Presenter(s): 

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Oct 14 2016
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Oak Shelter
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Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
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Kiln
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Activists
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Location:
Evergreen
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Acacia
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En Español, Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
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Merrill
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Merchants, Handlers, & Distributors
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Location:
Fred Farr
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Social Justice Advocacy & Cultural Diversity
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Location:
Heather
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Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
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Location:
Chapel
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Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Kiln
Track:
Beginning Farmers & Ranchers
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Chapel
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Evergreen
Track:
Merchants, Handlers, & Distributors
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Oak Shelter
Track:
Lengua Española / Spanish Language
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Nautilus
Track:
Social Justice Advocacy & Cultural Diversity
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Scripps
Track:
Activists
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Heather

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