Events At Badger

Pre-registration for all workshops is required. See event listings.

Also, we now offer a limited number of scholarships for most workshops. See event listings.

Feb 14, 2017 - Where the Magic Happens: How Practice and Policy Create Inspiring Workplace Cultures (click for more info)

2–4pm (registration starts at 1:30pm)
Co-hosted with the American Sustainable Business Council
Cost: Free (seating is limited, RSVP asap)
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Description: Motivated employees give 110%, but where do you begin to make that happen? Join us for a candid and in-depth panel discussion in Gilsum, NH as a stellar panel of high-road employers talk with the American Sustainable Business Council about the workplace policies and practices that have shaped their successful company cultures. What does it take? What is the payoff? And what incentives can accelerate this crucial transformation toward the future of work? Leaders from W.S. Badger, King Arthur Flour, Vision Financial, and Let’s Grow Kids will examine these questions and more.

Who should attend: Business owners and leaders, community and organization leaders, state legislators and policymakers, human resource administrators, advocates for family-friendly workplaces.

The American Sustainable Business Council advocates for policy change and informs business owners and the public about the need and opportunities for building a vibrant, sustainable economy. Through its national member network, ASBC represents more than 200,000 business owners, executives and investors in a wide range of industries.

Mar 19, 2017 - Pruning Your Home Orchard With Anton Elbers, Orchard Hill Farm (click for more info)

1-4pm - Workshop fee: $25 - Register and pay now. - or - Apply for a scholarship for this workshop.

Description: What are the benefits of pruning fruit trees? When, how and with what should we prune? Join us for an informative discussion and hands-on demonstration of the tools and techniques for pruning various types of fruit trees led by Anton Elbers from Orchard Hill Farm.

Anton Elbers has lived in NH since 1971 when he came to Alstead to learn farming as a young man. He helped plant and establish the orchard at Orchard Hill Farm in East Al¬stead back in 1972. Annual pruning is a large part of main¬taining this orchard that is primarily apples, but also pears, plums, and peaches on a variety of rootstocks. Anton will be sharing some of what he has learned from working with the trees at Orchard Hill over the years.

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