Harvest, Crush & Press: WSU – Washington State University: Mount Vernon – Ciderland WSU

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Watch the WSU – Mount Vernon Research and Extension Unit’s way with apples.

See the Littau Raspberry Harvester in Action!

Enjoy the peppy cider making score.

Interested in cider making in the Northwest’s maritime fruit regions? Have a look at this handy booklet from WSU -Bulletin PNW 621 Hard Cider Production and Orchard Management in the Pacific Northwest (11/2010), available for hard copy purchase or digital download at a very reasonable price.

Want to know what kind of cider research is happening at WSU? Here’s a link.

Want to attend Cider School? You Can!

Visit Northwest Agricultural Business Center site, see All Things Cider for details.

Do you want to gain a thorough understanding of cider & perry and acquire the skills & knowledge necessary to make quality products?”

The course Principles & Practices  offered July 2013  – (2) sessions are already SOLD OUT.

Other seminars may still have space available:

BUSINESS OF MAKING HARD CIDER
June 22nd, 2013 – WSU/NWREC – 9:00am to 4:00pm

BUSINESS OF GROWING CIDER APPLES:
July 20th, 2013 – WSU/NWREC – 9:00am to 2:00pm

ADVANCED CIDER MAKING: (TBA)

Northwest Cider Seminar Dec. 15, 2012 Links: The Cider Market & Industry slides

See free pdf handbooks – incluidng:

New Alternative Fruit Crops for Western Washington

WSU – Mount Vernon, Washington, and Cornell  – Geneva, New York, have cider education offerings.

Not from the Northwest and want cider knowledge?

Visit your local land-grant institution’s extension program to see what’s on offer.

Glean the Knowledge!

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