Workshop

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Whether you’re interested in starting and growing your own microgreens business or growing more for yourself at home, this workshop is the place to start!

Join microgreens expert Chris Thoreau for this multi-part video workshop on growing microgreens. The workshop includes video presentations, spreadsheets, screencasts, and various instructional and tutorial videos. See the outline below…

The workshop materials are currently available for only $149.00 US.

We are happy to now be partnering with Permaculture Voices to offer this workshop and other microgreens growing materials. Checkout other educational material there as well…

 


Read all the details and purchase the Workshop here at Permaculture Voices!

(Note: Oct 19, 2018: PV website is under revisions and may be down for a few days; email if you have any questions)

Subscribe to my YouTube page here.

 


E-mail if you have any questions! It may take me a while to reply as this is a busy time of year, so don’t be afraid to follow up on your inquiries!

vancouverurbanmicro@gmail.com

 


Included in workshop material:

  1. Microgreens Training Outline
  2. 6 Workshop Presentations:
    1. Primary Components
    2. Infrastructure
    3. Regulations, Packaging, Labels, and Hygiene
    4. Production Process
    5. Crop Planning and Record Keeping
    6. Live workshop from Permaculture Voices Conference
      • March 2016 Updated version of workshop videos with live questions
  3. Crop Growing Strategies for specific crops (document files)
  4. Protocol Sheet Examples – For reference as you develop your own
  5. Random Production Videos – Many uploaded, more to come
  6. Canadian Regulatory Documents (relevant to US and other countries)
  7. YouTube Updates


Bonus Videos Included with the Course:

Microgreen Economics – Building and Maintaining a Profitable Business

Microgreens are an appealing crop due to their high value and minimal space requirements. But a successful business requires more than a valuable crop, and the appeal of a high-value product often blinds growers to the accompanying expenses and responsibilities. Building a sustainable microgreens production system takes time and attention to ensure it can establish and maintain profitability. In this talk, Chris Thoreau will explore the dynamics at play in building a microgreens business and share key factors for financial success.

Ensuring Product Integrity – Factors for Success in Intensive Microgreen Production

Whether you are growing microgreens in an urban or rural setting; full-time or part time; as a stand-alone business or integrated into your vegetable farm – the challenges are much the same. From seed to delivery, Chris Thoreau will share the principles, actions, and systems critical to the success of his urban microgreens operation. Now in its eighth year of production in, the Vancouver Food Pedalers production model is focused on ensuring product integrity from seed to delivery – a strategy that has cemented their reputation as one of North America’s most innovative small-scale microgreens producers. This talk will give you a set of principles and strategies transferable to all small-scale farming operations.

 

Feel free to email me if you have any questions or to purchase the workshop materials. Vancouverurbanmicro@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “Workshop

  1. Hello,

    I purchased the “Starting and Growing A Microgreens Business Online Course” the other day April 3,2017. upon check out, an “ORDER RECEIVED” showed on my browser. I was expecting to receive an email confirming my order/an instruction to access the course. its been 3 days already since my purchase. How can I access the course?

    Thank you,
    Art

  2. Hi Chris, I purchased your online workshop…it is excellent and great value, highly recommend it. I have a question regarding the CFIA guidelines for sanitizing seed with hydrogen peroxide it say to use 6-10% for 10 minutes. But other online info is all saying 3%. Just wondering what you would use and if you make the 3% solution from 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide? Is sanidate just a brand name for hydrogen peroxide?
    Thanks
    Ian

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