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Joy of Farming with Spreadsheets

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Regardless of what vegetable crop(s) you’re growing or on what acreage, it takes vision and a plan to move from seed to start to planting, harvest, and sales. It takes recordkeeping and analysis to determine if a crop is worth your time to grow, or how you might make it worthwhile.

Join us for an evening with Becky Zaneski as she brings The Joy of Farming with Spreadsheets to life. From season planning and field mapping to tracking labor costs and sales data, Becky’s common-sense approach helps you make sense of the data to guide you towards farming smarter in upcoming seasons.

This second in the Grow Your Farm! workshop series is sponsored by WSU Snohomish County Extension and the Snohomish Conservation District. The Joy of Farming with Spreadsheets takes place Wed. December 12, 6:00pm-8:00pm at WSU Snohomish County Extension’s Cougar Auditorium, 600 128th St SE Everett, WA inside McCollum Park.

Co-founder of City Grown Seattle, an urban market gardening business, Becky Zaneski is a farmer with a strong software background and a passion for growing vegetables. She currently farms at Full Tilth Farm in Poulsbo, a 5-acre farm producing vegetables, berries, and eggs using organic practices.

Becky does software work part-time while farming three to four days a week during the season.  A former Tilth Alliance board member, she also volunteers with the Washington Young Farmers Coalition.  Becky is a strong believer in resilient local food systems and spreading the love and knowledge of good food throughout our communities.

Space is limited, the cost is $15 per person. To ensure your spot, visit GrowYourFarm.eventbrite.com to register. For more information on this and the other Grow Your Farm! workshops, visit snohomishwsu.edu//grow-your-farm-2 or contact Kate Ryan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., (425) 357-6024.

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