Iowa City, IA
Tuesday July 22nd, 2-7pm
A critical piece of farm profitability is having the tools to work efficiently. Beginning farmers, those quickly and earnestly tackling a new production model often have limited capital or skills. So…if you can’t afford a $3,000 root washer, you may try to build one…if you can weld and have access to a full metal fabrication and wood shop. What if you don’t have the cash or specialized skills? We’ve got you covered.
Grant Schultz, in collaboration with two other local farms, wrote a SARE grant, “Farmer-built No-welding Root Washer for Small Farmers”. During the course of this workshop, we’ll build a robust root washer built around a repurposed double-walled poly drain culvert. This is a heavy-duty tool with lots of utility for a fraction of a pre-built model.
Also, WE’LL GIVE IT AWAY to one lucky attendee. You come, you learn, you eat, you may go home with a free root washer. Better bring a trailer and crossed fingers. To learn more CLICK HERE—->