We hope the Kerr Center’s contributions to elderberry research and education, like this workshop, will help growers now and in the future.
The Kerr Center’s work with elderberries helps illustrate the importance of long-term research trials for sustainable agriculture.
Thirty people gathered at the Kerr Center on Saturday, September 26, for an in-depth look at all aspects of elderberries as an alternative crop, from propagation and culture through harvest and marketing. This post summarizes the workshop and provides links to resources used during it.
The workshop is full. Call 918.647.9123 to be put on the waiting list in case of a cancellation.
Don’t miss Patrick Byers, regional hort specialist for Missouri Extension and one of the authors of “Growing and Marketing Elderberries in Missouri,” who will speak at the Kerr Center’s elderberry workshop on Sat. Sept. 26.