A workshop is being held June 7th and 8th for those interested in raising Elderberries.  Some claim the berry can ease flu symptoms and shorten the duration of the illness. Owner of Eridu Farms, Terry Durham says this event will educate producers in commercial Elderberry production. The cost to attend is 80-dollars or one-hundred dollars per couple.

For more information and to register click here.

Click to listen to KMZU’s Mandy Young talk with Eridu Farms owner Terry Duraham.

Terry Durham

Learn about Elderberry Farming from the experts in this two-day seminar featuring the following sessions:

June 7 & 8, 2012
American Legion Hall – Hartsburg, MO
Eridu Farms –Hartsburg, MO

Topics and Speakers

The Elderberry Crop Improvement Project : Andrew Thomas, SW Research Center

Commercial Production of Elderberries:  Terry Durham, Eridu Farms

2012 Elderberry Pest Research: Michele Warmund, MU Fruit Extension Specialist

Elderberries from the Ground-Up: Paul Otten, Natura Farms LLC

Elderberry Cultivars, Past, Present and Future: Patrick Byers, SW Research Center

Marketing Seminar with: Michael Gold and Ina Cernusca, Center for Agroforestry and Phillip Mohedalian, Forestry MU

Product Development: Rodger Lenhardt, Elderberry Life Products

Farm Tour, Propogation Workshop ,Banquet, Networking Opportunities and more….

Sponsored by :  The Center for Agroforestry at MU


Elderberry Festival