The Harvest Moon Society offers many educational opportunities and a supportive community for aspiring, new, and transitioning farmers.
Explore Your Small Farm Dream. Have you been dreaming about starting a small-scale farming business? Not sure how – or if – to proceed? This course will help you answer the question, “Is an agricultural business right for me?” Next course: Jan 25-27, 2013! Click here for details
On-Farm Internships. Practical, hands-on training on local rural and urban farms. Experienced mentors who were involved with the Manitoba Farm Mentorship program continue to offer their knowledge to aspiring farmers.
Permaculture Design Certificate Course. Permaculture describes a design system for creating human settlements that function in harmony with nature while meeting local needs with abundance.
Prairie Culture, a series of workshops and projects that apply permaculture theory and practices to the prairies in a meaningful way.
Sustainable Agriculture Incubation Program, an initiative that allows new and young farmers who are interested in starting their own sustainable farm enterprise to learn at our on-site incubator farm in Clearwater, MB.
Living Rural Communities and Environments, a two-week University of Manitoba accredited course in which students visit farms and explore the relationships between farm operations, rural culture, and the environment.
Research: explore farm and environmental research topics by Masters and PhD students involved in the Harvest Moon Society.
Manitoba Farm Mentorship resource archive: a vast library of online resources for interns, mentors, and organic/sustainable growers.