Cultivating Success: a curriculum for local food systems
“Starting a Specialty Food Business”

When: August 21 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: Olympic College, Poulsbo, Room 220

Sponsored by Farm Services Agency, WSU Extension and Kitsap Community & Agricultural Alliance

Presented by Kim Hoffmann, Washington State Department of Agriculture, with guest speakers.

Learn about how you can start a specialty food business, including home-based production. Kim Hoffmann from the Washington State Department of Agriculture–plus specialty food producer guests–will talk about operations and requirements, product and cost considerations, & helpful resources and programs.

This class is the second in a series of monthly, local food systems courses for new and beginning farmers and producers. To learn about the series, visit

Doors and registration open at 4:00 pm
Course fee $20
Day-of-class registration $20 permitted on a space-available basis; cash or check only.
Light refreshments served, but please bring a sack lunch.

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