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Established grape growers, new growers, and backyard gardeners alike- join University of Minnesota Extension to learn about basic and intermediate grapevine dormant pruning techniques at various locations across Minnesota.

This workshop will equip you with the basic knowledge about grapevine anatomy and growing culture, pruning young and established grapevines, and how to repair prune winter-injured grapevines. A pre-workshop educational video, multiple hand-outs, group discussion, and hands-on practice pruning grapevines will all be included in this event.

This workshop will be outdoors and may involve walking through deep snow. Plan to dress warm and bring pruning shears (if you have them). Some shears will be provided for participants to share with each other as needed.


Registration is open to the public and costs $15 per party (up to two people per party). Registration is required. 

To register a second individual for free, register first person, then use the coupon code included in your receipt to register the second person free. Note that each registrant must have a unique email to register.

Course contact

Madeline Wimmer, wimm0035@umn.edu

Registration questions

Extension Registration, ext-reg@umn.edu

User Name or Password help

UMN Help Desk, HELP@umn.edu, 612-301-4357; let them know you are registering for a non-credit event.

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Section Title
Dormant Pruning for Cold Hardy Grapes Workshop
Type
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Days
F
Time
1:00PM to 3:00PM
Dates
Mar 15, 2024
Campus
Off-Campus
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
2.0
Location
  • Off-Campus
Course Fee(s)
Section Details

Location: Northern Hollow Winery in Grasston, MN

Schedule: March 15, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

General Registration- $15.00 per party (up to 2 individuals per party). To register a second individual for free, register first person here, then use the coupon code included in your receipt to register the second person free.

Please email or call Katie Hagen at hagen@umn.edu or 320-591-1650 for financial scholarship for this event. Scholarship priority will be given to emerging and BIPOC farmers and gardeners.

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