Spring Campaign 2013
PASA's Spring Campaign kicked off April 1st, as these biannual drives showcase PASA members, our programs and services. Our goals are to raise awareness, grow membership, and inspire more participation and giving. Organizational growth will empower us to continue strengthening quality educational programs and services, and that is what it is all about. Together we can achieve the food system we all want!
WHAT DID YOU LEARN AT A PASA FIELD DAY?
"The Advanced Pastured Poultry workshop at Glasbern Inn was one of the best PASA events I have attended. The speakers presented an incredible amount of information in a very digestible and absorbable manner. There were great questions and discussions that added to the presentation. The location and lunch were fantastic also! This event was well worth the time and cost!"
Patty Neiner (pictured on right in photo) and Lyn Garling, own and operate Over the Moon Farm in Rebersburg, Centre County - a small, grass-based organic farm producing hay, rotationally grazed dairy heifers, pastured chicken, turkeys and pigs.
VIEW THE PHOTO SLIDESHOW OF THIS EVENT & CONSIDER ATTENDING A FIELD DAY THIS SEASON!
The Advanced Pastured Poultry Field Day was held in partnership with Fertrell Company, The American Pastured Poultry Producers Association & Penn State University.
During our 3-month Campaign season we will be tracking
progress towards goals that will strengthen PASA.
PASA CAMPAIGN DASHBOARD - AS OF 4.30.2013
Continued growth of the organization is key. PASA plays a vital role in growing the number of successful farm operations and ag-related businesses and engaging new audiences to achieve a sustainable food system for all.