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Hiddendale Farm - NPSAS Summer FIeld Day

Hiddendale Farm
Glen Philbrick
Turtle Lake, ND
Saturday, August 9, 2014
2:00 pm
 
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Glen Philbrick lives on the century old Hiddendale Farm near Turtle Lake, N.D. along with his parents, Richard and Sharon Philbrick. Glen grew up gardening with his mother and grandmother. He has grown native legumes on an experimental basis since 2006 and grew quinoa for the first time in 2012 because he loved the grain. Amaranth was added to the mix at the request of McLean County Extension Agent Irene Graves in 2013. 
Visitors will see quinoa, amaranth, hulless oats and several vegetable and flower gardens at Hiddendale Farm. Also on the agenda will be various tomato and pepper variety trials.
The quinoa, amaranth, and hulless oats are raised organically using manure as fertilizer. He is not organically certified yet, but his gardens are raised organically.
 
Directions to the farm are as follows:
From Bismarck, travel north on US 83 to Wilton.
Turn right (east) on ND 41 for one half mile.
Turn left (north) on McLean County 29 (gravel) for eight miles.
Turn left (west) onto McLean County 22 (blacktop) for two miles.
Turn right (north) onto McLean County 29 (gravel) for nine miles.
Turn left (west onto McLean County 18 (gravel) for 1.75 miles.
Turn right (north) into the farm.
Hiddendale Farm, 1567 1st St. SW, Turtle Lake, N.D.
 
 
    Registration
     Pre-registration Required: Free if pre-registered by Tues., August 5 or $10 at the door.
     RSVP to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call NPSAS at 701-883-4304