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Education & Events


Providing an educational hub for the sustainable farming and food community is one of the key activities of Future Harvest CASA. Scroll down for descriptions of Field Days and Special Events hosted or co-sponsored by Future Harvest CASA. These events are open to Future Harvest CASA members and the public. Members receive discounts on many events as well as other benefits. 

IMPORTANT: Online registration for all Future Harvest CASA events, begins by logging in to the website - see the log in or registration links to the right.

Once you are logged in, you will be redirected to the registration screen. Click here for step-by-step registration instructions.  Everyone, regardless of Future Harvest CASA membership, must log in first in order to register for events. Thanks!

If you have questions about registration, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 410-549-7878.

If you are already logged in, you may go to the event registration page to purchase tickets or RSVP. 

Visit our Facebook photo albums and our In the News page for a look at the activities from past Field Days. Click on our Calendar for a comprehensive listing of events hosted by both Future Harvest CASA and other sustainable agriculture organizations throughout the region. (Know of an event that should be on the calendar? Send it to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .)


2014 Field Days and Events


September 8, 2014

Whitmore Farm Tour and Pasture-Raised Pork Production

Monday, September 8, 3:30-6:30 pm
Whitmore Farm10720 Dern Rd, Emmitsburg, MD 21727 (click here for directions)
$20 for FHCASA members; $40 for non-members. No fee for CRAFT members, but please register.


Join Future Harvest CASA and Chesapeake CRAFT for a field day focused on pasture-raised pork production. Whitmore Farm is a 28-acre historic farm that produces pastured pork, eggs, and lamb. This event will include a farm tour, information about the intricacies of breeding, farrowing, nutrition, and management of heritage hogs on pasture, and end with a potluck dinner at the farm.

Whitmore Farm uses rotational grazing to raise Gloucester Old Spot and Tamworth hogs, Katahdin sheep, and four different heritage breeds of laying hens. Whitmore Farm sells its products at farmers markets in Washington DC, and to restaurants in the DC/Baltimore area. In addition to its pork operation, participants will see Whitmore’s chick hatchery operation and sheep breeding program, which uses data collection and statistical analysis to select for optimal performance. For biosecurity reasons, we ask that you wear clothes and shoes that you wouldn’t normally wear when working with your own animals on your farm. Please bring a dish to share for the potluck dinner.

This event is free to Chesapeake CRAFT members, but we do ask that CRAFT members register for the event – or consider becoming a member of Future Harvest CASA to receive discounts on other programming. 

Register online at Event fees and donations help Future Harvest CASA develop high-quality educational programming for the region's farmers, foodpreneurs, and consumers to learn how to grow and source locally and sustainably. Email us with programming ideas: futureharvestcasa@gmail.orgDonate here.

If you have any questions about registration, please email 

 Past Events

2014 Field Days and Events

2013 Field Days and Events

2012 Field Days and Events

2011 Field Days and Events