Thu, Mar 10 | Location is TBD

Electrical Skills for the Farm

Wrap your head around electricity and learn general skills for testing and troubleshooting electrical tools and circuits on your farm.
Electrical Skills for the Farm

Time & Location

Mar 10, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Location is TBD

About the event

Your instructor, Chris Borke, is an electrical engineer and a beekeeper. He'll be teaching us how to understand electricity, how to stay safe when working with electrical items, how to read wiring diagrams, and how to use testing equipment like multimeters. We'll use our skills to work specifically with an item many of us find befuddling: solenoid valves and timers. 

This event will be in-person and capped at 20 attendees. Current and aspiring producers are encouraged to attend.

Note: Scholarships are offered for this event. We recognize that money may be a limiting factor to whether people can attend these workshops or not; we hope that a scholarship can help to alleviate any financial barriers you may be experiencing in attending our educational events. Learn more and apply here.

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