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Mitigating Flood Damage to Water & Soil

January 25, 2020
Owatonna, Minnesota
Farmers, landowners, and anglers can learn how to buck the damage caused by extreme weather to soil and water during a program hosted by the Izaak Walton League's Owatonna chapter and the Upper Mississippi River Initiative (UMRI). Confirmed speakers include Minnesota cover crop farmer-experts Tom Cotter and Myron Sylling, and George Boody of the Land Stewardship Project (LSP), also a co-sponsor. Speakers will address why no-till fields need cover crops to battle erosion, how to strike a better deal for conservation in rental agreements, the role of livestock, 260-bushel corn, and how soil health pays the bills.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Wisconsin Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Conference

January 26-28, 2020
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Conference is a three-day conference that provides educational programming for growers of fresh produce including apples, berries, grapes and vegetables; agri-tourism and winery operators; and farmers market vendors and managers. There are more than 80 educational sessions in seven different tracks.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Urban Farmer Winter Meeting

January 26, 2020
Baltimore, Maryland
University of Maryland Extension and Baltimore City present the third annual Urban Farmer Winter Meeting.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Considerations for Growing and Marketing Wine Grapes in Tennessee

January 27, 2020
Crossville, Tennessee
Join University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture for an all-day educational workshop designed for current, new, or potential grape producers to learn to grow, market, and budget for grapes in Tennessee.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Farm Journal Hemp College

January 27-28, 2020
Chicago, Illinois
During Farm Journal's Hemp College, experts will discuss the best agronomic practices for hemp production and touch upon marketing, legal considerations, and policy news.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

January 27, 2020
Dodgeville, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

January 27, 2020
Sartell, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Pastured and Free Range Poultry Workshop

January 27, 2020
Davis, California, and Online
University of California Cooperative Extension and partners including NCAT present a series of five Beginning Farmer & Rancher Development Program Pastured/Free Range Poultry Workshops. The topic for this fourth workshop is "Feed and Nutrition for Pastured Poultry."
In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention

January 28-30, 2020
Hershey, Pennsylvania
The Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention has become the premier grower meeting in the Northeast combining three days of six or more concurrent educational sessions with a large industry trade show and numerous networking opportunities—all designed to enable fruit, vegetable, and berry growers as well as direct marketers to stay on the cutting edge of their industries.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Considerations for Growing and Marketing Wine Grapes in Tennessee

January 28, 2020
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Join University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture for an all-day educational workshop designed for current, new, or potential grape producers. Learn to grow, market, and budget for grapes in Tennessee.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

No-Till on the Plains

January 28-29, 2020
Wichita, Kansas
The 24th annual No-till on the Plains Winter Conference features an expert lineup of soil health speakers, including Steve Groff, Dr. Daphne Miller, Lucinda Stuenkel, Doug Peterson, Brendon Rockey, and more. Topics include cover crops, soil biology, and livestock grazing, among others.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

January 28, 2020
Cold Spring, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

January 28, 2020
Marshfield, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

January 28, 2020
Kewaskum, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Milk Fatty Acids in Organic and Grassfed Dairy Production Webinar

January 28, 2020
Online
This webinar will discuss how the growing interest in milk fatty acids is relevant to organic and grass dairy producers and industry personnel. It will cover the 'basics' of how fatty acids are produced in ruminants and review recent research on the differences in milk fatty acid content of organic, grassfed, and conventional milk. Presenter Elle Andreen will also discuss the consumer perception of and demand for these products, and how this new information is relevant to farmers. The intended audience is dairy producers, consultants, and other industry personnel.
In: Online

 

Starting a Small, Intensive Commercial Farm for Local Markets

January 28 - March 31, 2020
Baltimore, Maryland
This class series is designed for people who are considering or in the beginning stages of starting a small farm as a business. This series of Tuesday evening classes will explore what it takes to be successful on a small-scale farm. Each session covers topics that apply to a variety of agricultural operations, including fruit and vegetable production. This program is a collaborative effort between University of Maryland Extension and Future Harvest CASA's Beginner Farmer Training Program (BFTP) and Foodshed Field School. Classes will be taught by Extension educators and successful farmers in the region, including graduates of the BFTP.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Farm Schools For Adults

January 28, 2020
Online
Farm Schools For Adults is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). Presenters Karen Kopf of Kopf Canyon Ranch in Idaho and Paul Dorrance of Pastured Providence Farmstead in Ohio will share the challenges, rewards, and lessons lessons they have experienced from their years running successful educational events for farmers. They will also discuss considerations for the registration process, pricing, advertising and promotion, programming, and evaluation.
In: Online

 

Goals & Site Evaluation for Agroforestry

January 28, 2020
Online
This evening webinar is part of the Savanna Institute's ongoing Nutshell Series. These are free, live, online discussions with experts on practical topics in agroforestry and perennial agriculture.
In: Online

 

Considerations for Growing and Marketing Wine Grapes in Tennessee

January 29, 2020
White Pine, Tennessee
Join University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture for an all-day educational workshop designed for current, new, or potential grape producers. Learn to grow, market, and budget for grapes in Tennessee.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

January 29, 2020
Menomonie, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

January 29, 2020
St. Joseph's Ridge, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Cover Crops, No-Till & Grazing: Evaluating the Economics and First Steps to Improving Soil

January 29, 2020
Elgin, Minnesota
This Land Stewardship Project workshop features presentations by southwestern Minnesota farmers Grant and Dawn Breitkreutz, along with southeastern Minnesota farmers Tom Cotter and Myron Sylling. Presenters will address the soil-health learning curve with stories from their own operations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Organic Seedling Production for Small Farms

January 29, 2020
Online
CCOF is offering a free webinar with UCSC Farm Garden Manager Christof Bernau on organic seedling production and greenhouse efficiencies for small farms. This session will focus on the management of environmental conditions to optimize germination and development of high-quality transplants, with an emphasis on system efficiencies that can improve seedling quality and your bottom line. From sowing, through germination, seedling development, to hardening off and holding strategies, all seedlings life stages will be explored.
In: Online

 

Planning for On-Farm Success: Farm Marketing & Promotion

January 29, 2020
Missoula, Ronan, Havre, Hardin, Anaconda, and Forsyth, Montana
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition is presenting a series of Planning for On-Farm Success evening workshops in January and February. Workshops are presented simultaneously in several Montana communities. This session will help you think about what makes your product unique, develop marketing messages that set you apart from your competition, and develop a marketing plan.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Northeast Grainshed Symposium

January 30, 2020
Canton, Massachusetts
Join in this symposium to share ideas about the Northeast Grainshed and 4SquareFeet, a coordinated consumer marketing campaign. Help imagine a creative, constructive plan to build growth in grain-based businesses, and develop markets for farmers in the Northeast. Speakers will be describing the state of grain production and use in the Northeast, and helping participants imagine a creative, constructive plan to build growth in grain-based businesses, and develop markets for farmers in the Northeast.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

UMCA Agroforestry Symposium

January 30, 2020
Columbia, Missouri and Online
The Univeristy of Missouri Center for Agroforestry presents the 11th Annual UMCA Agroforestry Symposium, focusing on "Value-Added Processing for Missouri Agriculture and Forestry." The symposium is free and open to the public, but advanced registration is requested. Sessions are also available via livestream.
In: North Central SARE Region, Online

 

Got Farm Records...Now What?

January 30, 2020
Jackson, Tennessee
This day-long workshop from the University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture is designed for existing or would-be operators of a value-added farm business. Using records developed for an example farm with value-added enterprises, presenters will teach how to export the example farm records into a spreadsheet and how to analyze and use them in making business-management decisions.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Cover Crops, No-Till & Grazing: Evaluating the Economics and First Steps to Improving Soil

January 30, 2020
Ridgeway, Iowa
This Land Stewardship Project workshop features presentations by farmers who will address the soil-health learning curve with stories from their own operations. The workshop will include a producer panel with Northeast Iowa farmers Parker Beard, Mark and Ethan Imoehl, and Jerome Fulsaas.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Pastured and Free Range Poultry Workshop

January 30, 2020
Davis, California, and Online
University of California Cooperative Extension and partners including NCAT present a series of five Beginning Farmer & Rancher Development Program Pastured/Free Range Poultry Workshops. The topic for this final workshop is "Egg Quality and Review of Useful Poultry Production Resources & Regulations."
In: Western SARE Region, Online

 

Healthy Farms Conference

January 31 - February 1, 2020
Grand Island, Nebraska
Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society's annual Healthy Farms Conference facilitates farmer-to-farmer training and support. The event includes breakout sessions, keynote presentations, ample time for meaningful conversation, a fun dinner on Friday night, and the annual NSAS membership meeting.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

NAFDMA Agritourism Conference & Expo

January 31 - February 4, 2020
Charleston, South Carolina
The NAFDMA Agritourism Conference & Expo is for anyone in the agritourism industry, including operators, owners, and managers. The event features dozens of speakers and seminars, inspiring site visits and fun excursions, hands-on learning opportunities, and a trade show. Inspired farmers will discuss and share ideas about connecting their communities with agriculture.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Organic Vegetable Production Conference

January 31 - February 1, 2020
Madison, Wisconsin
This producer-initiated conference is built around farmer-to-farmer skill sharing and attracts growers from Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, and beyond.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

A Holistic Approach to Soil Health

January 31, 2020
Cumming, Georgia
In the Holistic Crop Management workshop series from Organic Growers School, growers across Southern Appalachia will gain tools to manage their crop production for whole-farm success. This one-day workshop will give you an in-depth look at soil health and provide a hands-on opportunity to work with soil monitoring in the field. Participants will learn how to manage the four ecosystem processes. Presenters will introduce some simple soil tests you can use to promote soil health and productivity on your farm. A local farmer with experience in holistic management will share soil-management practices that promote soil health and produce high quality, profitable crops.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Introduction to Herbicides

January 31, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover the basics on herbicide modes of action, as well as an introduction to identifying herbicide damage of plants. This session will be targeted to an advanced audience, but growers of all levels are welcome to attend.
In: Online

 

Managing Weeds Holistically

February 1, 2020
Cumming, Georgia
In the Holistic Crop Management workshop series from Organic Growers School, growers across Southern Appalachia will gain tools to manage their crop production for whole-farm success. This one-day workshop will cover common weed biology, ecology, and identification. Participants will also learn preventative, mechanical, and cultural practices to implement on the farm to reduce weed pressure and save time and money.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Kansas Regional Farmers Market Workshop

February 1, 2020
Iola, Kansas
From the Land of Kansas is presenting six regional Farmers Market Workshops across the state.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

InTents: The Farmers Market Conference

February 2-4, 2020
San Diego, California
The 4th annual InTents: The Farmers Market Conference offers three days of inspiring speakers, authors, and experts on branding and marketing, hiring and training, regulations, packaging, costing and pricing, and expanding your business to wholesale and beyond.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Intro to Preventative Controls for Human Food for Very Small Value-Added Food Processors

February 3, 2020
Online
This free webinar is part of the Cultivating Success Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series. It will give an overview of PCHF for very small processors. This will give them the info they need to know who is exempt or covered, and the additional requirements regardless of exemption status.
In: Online

 

Montana Soil Health Symposium

February 4-5, 2020
Billings, Montana
Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana and NRCS are hosting the Montana Soil Health Symposium, "2020: Vision and Beyond." The event will feature leaders in regenerative agriculture and discussions with producers about their experience implementing soil health practices. Keynote speakers are Dr. David Montgomery and Gabe Brown.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Biodegradable Mulch Professional Development Workshop

February 4, 2020
Watsonville, California
CCOF presents this free morning workshop to provide agricultural professionals the current science-based information on biodegradable plastic mulch and a resource guide for reference information. Participants will consider if biodegradable plastic mulch is suitable for CA strawberry production and whether trials should be carried out to assist growers in making this decision. Participants will gain an understanding of what a biodegradable plastic mulch is, how to apply and dispose of them, their costs, and whether they can they be used in organic agriculture.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Pasture Management with Sarah Flack—Soil and Plants (Part 1)

February 4, 2020
Online
Pasture Management with Sarah Flack is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). This session will focus on the soil and plant perspective.
In: Online

 

PASA Sustainable Agriculture Conference

February 5-8, 2020
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
PASA's annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference offers four days of intensive learning on 100+ food and farming topics. Farmers, food system professionals, educators, advocates, homesteaders, and others who are passionate about building a better food system gather at this event. The schedule includes full-day intensives, keynotes, plenaries, educational sessions, and a trade show.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

February 5, 2020
Eagan, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

February 5, 2020
Little Falls, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Planning for On-Farm Success: Managing Your Finances

February 5, 2020
Missoula, Ronan, Havre, Hardin, Anaconda, and Forsyth, Montana
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition is presenting a series of Planning for On-Farm Success evening workshops in January and February. Workshops are presented simultaneously in several Montana communities. In this session, develop an effective record-keeping system and learn how to estimate income and expenses. Learn how to prepare and use balance sheets, income and expense statements, and cash flows.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Fort Bend Regional Vegetable Conference

February 6, 2020
Rosenberg, Texas
The 35th annual Fort Bend Regional Vegetable Conference is a celebration of vegetable production along the upper Gulf Coast region of Texas. Several counties, Fort Bend, and partners including NCAT put on this event focused on teaching sustainable practices to help producers maximize efficiency and profitability.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Polycultures and Permaculture

February 6, 2020
Davis, California
Join a free conference at UC Davis to explore ways to increase agricultural biodiversity. The conference has two online sessions and two blended sessions (with both in-person and online participation). Topics will include perennial grain polycultures, agroforestry, sheep vineyard systems, pollinator diversity, and legume-based polycultures.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Advanced Enterprise Development

February 6, 2020
Marshall, North Carolina
This 4-hour training from Organic Growers School will dig deep into enterprise development and adaptive management for beginning and experienced small farmers. Participants will learn how to understand the factors that influence farm profitability. They will also learn to assess their recordkeeping and other farm documentation and identify and practice using tools that can help enhance their farm financial picture.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Sierra Harvest's Sustainable Food & Farm Conference

February 7-9, 2020
Nevada City, California
Sierra Harvest's 10th annual Food & Farm Conference helps build community, raise awareness, and educate. Keynote speakers for 2020 include Dr. Vandana Shiva, Jim Gerrish, and Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser. The agenda also includes 20 food and farm workshops with local and regional experts and a full day of farm tours.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Northern Indiana Grazing Conference

February 7-8, 2020
Shipshewana, Indiana
The Northern Indiana Grazing Conference includes plenary presentations, breakout sessions, and producer panels. Topics include production, farm business, and general interest.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

San Juan Islands Agricultural Summit

February 7-8, 2020
Orcas Island, Washington
The San Juan Islands Agricultural Summit offers two days of inspiration, education, and community for farmers, producers and all those involved in the local and regional food system. Friday morning and afternoon will consist of several extended and hands-on workshops in a variety of locations on Orcas Island. Saturday includes 12 classroom presentations by local and regional experts, a Buyer-Producer Meetup, and Trade Show featuring presentations from 4-H youth.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Georgia Organics Conference

February 7-8, 2020
Athens, Georgia
The 2020 Georgia Organics Conference will include farm tours and field trips that highlight growers, artisans, and local food champions, as well as in-depth workshops, educational sessions, and the Farmers Feast. The event will unite approximately 800 attendees to learn new skills, network with good food movement peers, feast on incredible local food, celebrate achievements, and recommit to building a better food future.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Gulf Coast Grape Growers Field Day

February 7, 2020
Cat Spring, Texas
The 28th annual Gulf Coast Grape Growers Field Day educational program offers both basic and applied research updates for improved vineyard and winery management. The agenda features an optional one-hour industry perspective for those new to the grape and wine industry. Other topics will include bacteriophage as an approach for managing Pierce's disease, recent updates in monitoring nutrition, improvements on vineyard management tasks and disease management, Herbemont (the grape and wine), and managing pH in the winery.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Non-Chemical Weed Management

February 7, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover the basics of mechanical weed management and an introduction to weed seedbank management strategies. This session will be targeted to commercial vegetable producers, but should also be appropriate for beginners and home gardeners.
In: Online

 

Iowa Farmers Market Association Workshop

February 8, 2020
Des Moines, Iowa
The Iowa Farmers Market Association presents this one-day workshop focused on positioning your farmers market as a community asset. Session topics include food trucks, grants, and market questions.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Sustainable Farming Association Annual Conference

February 8, 2020
St. Joseph, Minnesota
The agenda for Sustainable Farming Association's Annual Conference includes sessions on livestock, soil health, produce, farm business, and more. The schedule features several producer panels, as well as children's programming.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

NOFA New Hampshire Winter Conference

February 8, 2020
North Sutton, New Hampshire
"Grow Well, Eat Well," the 2020 NOFA New Hampshire Winter Conference, features educational workshops in 10 tracks, keynote speaker Steve Gabriel, the Green Market Fair, and more.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Michigan Family Farms Conference

February 8, 2020
Kalamazoo, Michigan
The theme of the 17th Annual Michigan Family Farms Conference is "Nurturing Resilient Farms - 2020 & Beyond." Farmers, educators, and food system professionals gather to network, learn, and share resources and experiences. There will be a full lineup of workshops focusing on resilience of small Michigan farms as well as a special keynote and awards ceremony. It is an energizing, hands-on event featuring multiple tracks of breakout sessions, plus a youth track.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Kansas Regional Farmers Market Workshop

February 8, 2020
Wichita, Kansas
From the Land of Kansas is presenting six regional Farmers Market Workshops across the state.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Farm Dreams Workshop

February 8, 2020
Asheville, North Carolina
Organic Growers School offers this entry-level Farm Dreams workshop with practical, common-sense information on sustainable farming and how to move forward.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

A Holistic Approach to Soil Health

February 10, 2020
Jonesborough, Tennessee
In the Holistic Crop Management workshop series from Organic Growers School, growers across Southern Appalachia will gain tools to manage their crop production for whole-farm success. This one-day workshop will give you an in-depth look at soil health and provide a hands-on opportunity to work with soil monitoring in the field. Participants will learn how to manage the four ecosystem processes. Presenters will introduce some simple soil tests you can use to promote soil health and productivity on your farm. A local farmer with experience in holistic management will share soil-management practices that promote soil health and produce high quality, profitable crops.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Oklahoma Farmers Market and Agritourism Conference

February 10-12, 2020
Edmond, Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Nutrition Information and Education Project, in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, hosts the annual Oklahoma Farmers Market and Agritourism Conference. This multi-day conference covers topics of interest for farmers market managers, producers, community support organizations, and agritourism site managers. Pre-conference workshops and post-conference tours are on the schedule. The main conference is a free event.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Farm Worker Health and Hygiene

February 10, 2020
Online
This webinar is part of the free Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series from Cultivating Success. This webinar provides an overview of worker health and hygiene and the important role this plays in maintaining produce safety.
In: Online

 

Organic Farming/Gardening Summit and Trade Show

February 11-12, 2020
Presque Isle, Maine
Central Aroostook Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting its first Organic Farming/Gardening Summit and Trade Show. The two-day event will include a range of presentations by area agricultural experts on topics ranging from soil and forestry to cattle, beekeeping and growing cannabis for CBD.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Managing Weeds Holistically

February 11, 2020
Jonesborough, Tennessee
In the Holistic Crop Management workshop series from Organic Growers School, growers across Southern Appalachia will gain tools to manage their crop production for whole-farm success. This one-day workshop will cover common weed biology, ecology, and identification. Participants will also learn preventative, mechanical, and cultural practices to implement on the farm to reduce weed pressure and save time and money.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Mississippi Farm to Cafeteria Conference

February 11, 2020
Jackson, Mississippi
The annual Mississippi Farm to Cafeteria Conference brings farm to school practitioners and future practitioners together from across the state and region to share, learn, and help grow the farm to school movement. Food service directors, farmers, school administration, teachers, students, and community advocates are encouraged to attend. This year's conference features the esteemed Wande Okunoren-Meadows as the keynote speaker. Conference attendees will hear from and work with Wande throughout the day, as well as participate in multiple interactive and engaging sessions and workshops specially designed for teachers, child nutrition professionals, farmers, and youth.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference

February 11, 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina
Carolina Farm Stewardship Association presents this training event for commercial-scale growers. Learn how organic methods and markets can improve the profitability of your farm.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Indiana Horticultural Conference & Expo

February 11-13 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana
This event offers a major trade show and educational sessions in numerous tracks, including new tracks such as Urban Agriculture, Hemp Production, Agronomic Crops, and Farm 360. The event will also offer many opportunities for networking with fellow Indiana and other Midwestern farmers and vendors.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Northeast MN Farm Education Week

February 11-14, 2020
Floodwood and Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture announces four days of workshops. February 11 is a day-long Produce Safety Grower Training. February 12 is a Farm Transition & Estate Planning workshop. February 13 is a Farm to School Workshop that addresses food safety, school garden best practices, aggregation, and education on resources and models. February 14 is a Farmer-to-Farmer regional gathering for fruit and vegetable producers.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Midwest Cover Crops Council Annual Meeting and Conference

February 11-12, 2020
Kansas City, Missouri
In cooperation with the Midwest Cover Crops Council, the University of Missouri Extension will host the Midwest Cover Crops Council Annual Meeting and Conference. February 11 is the annual meeting, which is open to the public. On February 12, there are poster sessions and education sessions open to farmers, farm advisors, and others interested in cover crops.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

New York Certified Organic Meeting

February 11, 2020
Waterloo, New York
The series of winter meetings presented by New York Certified Organic continues with this free, mid-day event featuring speakers.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Disaster Preparedness for Livestock Operations

February 11, 2020
Online
Join the CCOF Foundation for a free webinar that highlights best management practices that organic livestock operations can take to be prepared in the event of a disaster. This webinar will also review USDA risk management and disaster assistance programs that aid farmers and ranchers in recovering from a disaster after it has occurred.
In: Online

 

The Power & Opportunity of Agroforestry

February 11, 2020
Online
This evening webinar is part of the Savanna Institute's ongoing Nutshell Series. These are free, live, online discussions with experts on practical topics in agroforestry and perennial agriculture. This session is presented by Keefe Keeley.
In: Online

 

Got Farm Records...Now What?

February 12, 2020
Clarksville, Tennessee
This one-day workshop from the University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture is designed for existing or would-be operators of a value-added farm business. Using records developed for an example farm with value-added enterprises, presenters will teach how to export the example farm records into a spreadsheet and how to analyze and use them in making business management decisions.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Organic Seed Growers Conference

February 12-15, 2020
Corvallis, Oregon
The Organic Seed Growers Conference is the largest event focused solely on organic seed in North America, bringing together hundreds of farmers, plant breeders, researchers, certifiers, food companies, seed companies, and others. The agenda includes presentations, panel discussions, networking events, and celebration. Farm tours and short courses will be held prior to the conference.
In: Western SARE Region

 

MidAtlantic Women in Agriculture Conference

February 12-13, 2020
Dover, Delaware
The annual conference of MidAtlantic Women in Agriculture focuses on the unique needs and interests of women in agriculture. The event includes a half-day preconference workshop on Mindfully Managing Stress and Building Farm and Farm Family Resilience or From Farm to Market: Tips and Tools for promoting, displaying and selling produce. There are also three keynote presentations and 15 breakout sessions. Attendees come from five states in the region.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

LSP Farm Crisis Forum: Resiliency & Resources

February 12, 2020
Elgin, Minnesota
Come to one of the Land Stewardship Project's upcoming Farm Crisis Forums to hear resilient farmers share their stories. At this event there will be a panel providing legal and financial resources, including MDA Farm Advocate Connie Dykes, Stephen Carpenter from Farmers' Legal Action Group, and Dan Miller from Farm Business Management.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Planning for On-Farm Success: Financial Decision-Making

February 12, 2020
Missoula, Ronan, Havre, Hardin, Anaconda, and Forsyth, Montana
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition is presenting a series of Planning for On-Farm Success evening workshops in January and February. Workshops are presented simultaneously in several Montana communities. At this session, learn to evaluate the overall financial health of your farm or ranch and learn when and how to use partial-budgeting, break-even, and ROI to enhance decision-making.
In: Western SARE Region

 

OEFFA Conference

February 13-15, 2020
Dayton, Ohio
The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association presents Ohio's largest sustainable food and farm conference. The agenda includes keynote speakers Laura Lengnick and Eric Holt-Giménez, as well as tours, workshops, exhibits, and social events. NCAT's Jeff Schahczenski is one of the featured speakers. The conference theme is "A Climate for Change."
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Considerations for Growing and Marketing Wine Grapes in Tennessee

February 13, 2020
Franklin, Tennessee
Join University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture for an all-day educational workshop designed for current, new, or potential grape producers to learn to grow, market, and budget for grapes in Tennessee.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

LSP Dairy Crisis Meeting & Farm Crisis Forum

February 13, 2020
Preston, Minnesota
At this free event from the Land Stewardship Project, hear Dr. Richard Levins, professor emeritus of applied economics at the University of Minnesota and dairy policy advisor to the National Farmers Organization, speak on that group's response to the crisis in dairy farming in his talk, "A Plan to Take Action for Family Dairy Farmers." Hear from a panel of experts who will speak about the resources available to support farmers in need. LSP's "Farm Crisis Forum: Resiliency and Resources" features resilient farmers and a resource panel.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Farmers Build Fire Resilience

February 13 - March 26, 2020
Online
MESA, in collaboration with CAFF and The Farmer's Guild, presents Farmers Build Fire Resilience, an interactive course that will give participants the technical and theoretical toolkit needed to reduce the human, production, financial, and legal risks from wildfires. Garner actionable solutions, co-create fire response and prevention networks, and leave with an on-farm fire resilience plan to help you and your community face a future with fire. There will be seven weekly live meetings hosted online where participants learn, discuss with peers and have Q&A with guest experts and farmers. Also, pre-recorded materials, such as podcasts and videos, will be released each week, totaling no more than an hour or less of material. Applied assignments and optional readings will be offered as well.
In: Online

 

Grower's Own Farming Conference

February 14, 2020
Caldwell, Idaho
The Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticide brings its annual Grower's Own conference to farmers in Idaho who support its mission of protecting community and environmental health through the use of ecologically sound solutions to reduce the use of pesticides. This event encourages farmer-to-farmer exchange and helps strengthen the organic, sustainable, and regenerative farming community in Idaho.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Considerations for Growing and Marketing Wine Grapes in Tennessee

February 14, 2020
Jackson, Tennessee
Join University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture for an all-day educational workshop designed for current, new, or potential grape producers to learn to grow, market, and budget for grapes in Tennessee.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Tarping and Solarization

February 14, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will be an update on recent UNH research and will cover basics of incorporating tarping and cover crops into your IPM approach. This session will be targeted to commercial vegetable producers, but should also be appropriate for beginners and home gardeners.
In: Online

 

Mother Earth News Fair

February 15-16, 2020
Belton, Texas
Mother Earth News Fairs feature presentations by expert sustainability speakers and hands-on workshops, as well as a marketplace abounding with innovative resources and products. Topics include Nature and Community, Organic Gardening, Natural Building, Modern Homesteading, and more.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Southeast Kansas Specialty Crops Workshop

February 15, 2020
Burlington, Kansas
The first annual Southeast Kansas Specialty Crops Workshop covers production, marketing, and management. Both experienced and beginning specialty crop producers from across Kansas are invited to attend.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Wisconsin Cut Flower Growers School

February 15-16, 2020
Madison, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin--Madison's Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems presents Wisconsin Cut Flower Growers School, a two-day workshop designed to help new and beginning growers learn the ins and outs of producing and marketing cut flowers. Learn from experienced growers about variety selection, seed starting, planting and harvest schedules and methods, post-harvest handling, pest management, tools and equipment, and direct marketing. Find out how to turn your passion for flowers into a sustainable small business.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

NOFA-VT Winter Conference

February 15-17, 2020
Burlington, Vermont
The 38th annual NOFA-Vermont Winter Conference, "Celebrating Our Interdependence," seeks to convene, to reunite, to connect, and to imagine how we might come together to build a food system for the future. NOFA-VT Winter Conference provides a valuable opportunity for farmers, homesteaders, gardeners, land managers, educators, producers, and other food-system activists to participate in a vibrant organic community by sharing ideas, resources, and skills.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Managing Disease Holistically

February 17, 2020
Alexander, North Carolina
This event is part of a Holistic Crop Management workshop series presented by Organic Growers School. The one-day workshop takes a deep dive into ecologically based preventive, cultural, and integrated practices to reduce the impact of the disease on your farm. Gain a thorough understanding of what causes disease, identification techniques, and best management practices for reducing the damage that crop disease can cause.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Managing Pests Holistically

February 18, 2020
Alexander, North Carolina
This one-day workshop is part of the Holistic Crop Management workshop series presented by Organic Growers School. Gain an ecological understanding of pests including their biology, how to sample for pest and beneficial insects, and their relationship to soil and nutrient management. Also, learn management strategies that are commonly used to prevent pest damage and promote beneficials and develop a plan to manage pest outbreaks effectively on your farm.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

February 18, 2020
Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Pasture Management with Sarah Flack—Livestock Perspective (Part 2)

February 18, 2020
Online
Pasture Management with Sarah Flack is part of a free webinar series offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). This session will focus on the livestock perspective.
In: Online

 

Indiana Organic Grain Farmer Meeting

February 19-20, 2020
West Lafayette, Indiana
This annual education and networking event brings together the growing organic grain farming community in Indiana and surrounding states. Wednesday, February 19, offers a full-day workshop focused on transitioning to organic grain production. This workshop is for farmers exploring a transition of acreage to organic grain production and those with ground in transition. On Thursday, February 20, the full day of education and networking will include breakout sessions, farmer panels, networking time, and an industry trade show.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms

February 19, 2020
Presque Isle, Maine
Join Maine Farmland Trust, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Southern Aroostook Soil and Water Conservation District, Central Aroostook Soil and Water Conservation District, and fellow farmers for a day of learning about how healthy soils practices can benefit your farm operation.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Planning for On-Farm Success: Financing Your Farm

February 19, 2020
Missoula, Ronan, Havre, Hardin, Anaconda, and Forsyth, Montana
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition is presenting a series of Planning for On-Farm Success evening workshops in January and February. Workshops take place simultaneously in several Montana communities. In this session, learn about the different types of financing that are available and the best time to access them over the establishment and growth of your business. Understand credit scores, how to improve them, and how to prepare for a meeting with a lender.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Alaska Sustainable Agriculture Conference

February 20-22, 2020
Anchorage, Alaska
The Alaska Sustainable Agriculture Conference brings farmers, ranchers, researchers, Extension agents, and others together to learn from one another and to find ways to continue to develop and improve the agriculture industry in Alaska. There is a particular emphasis on innovation and education about sustainable agricultural practices appropriate for Alaska. This 15th annual conference will feature a plenary session and technical sessions the first day, followed by two days of technical sessions and workshops.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Pick TN Conference

February 20-22, 2020
Franklin, Tennessee
The Pick TN Conference supports farmers and farmers market managers by enhancing their access to suppliers, education, and training and by providing networking opportunities to better their farm businesses. Expect classes on vegetable production, agritourism, marketing, beekeeping, organic production, wine making, flower production, farmers market management, and more.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference

February 20-21, 2020
Kearney, Nebraska
The annual Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference features five general-session speakers and more than 30 concurrent workshops that focus on agricultural risk management. Through workshops and presentations, attendees will learn how to better manage risk, improve their farms and ranches, and become more successful operators and business partners. Topics are production risk, market risk, financial risk, human risk, and legal risk.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Nevada Farms Conference

February 20-22, 2020
Fallon, Nevada
Join fellow producers and the community at this annual conference in Nevada to learn about regional, commercial agriculture and to build economic, social, and environmental sustainability. The agenda includes day-long workshops, speakers, a tour, and more.
In: Western SARE Region

 

WSFMA Farmers Market Conference

February 20-22, 2020
Tacoma, Washington
Washington State Farmers Market Association offers training and networking opportunities at its Farmers Market Conference. The agenda includes a one-day intensive Farmers Market Boot Camp and two days of farmers market-specific workshops with excellent speakers.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Third Thursday Thing

February 20, 2020
Frankfort, Kentucky
Kentucky State University Cooperative Extension presents this monthly sustainable agriculture workshop targeting small farmers, beginning farmers and agricultural professionals.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

New Mexico Organic Farming Conference

February 21-22, 2020
Albuquerque, New Mexico
New Mexico Organic Farming Conference, the Southwest's largest organic gathering, is an annual opportunity for farmers, ranchers, and researchers from around the region to share their experiences and expertise. The agenda includes a large slate of speakers, demonstrations, and more.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Renting It Out Right Workshop

February 21, 2020
Mankato, Minnesota
This Land Stewardship Project "Renting It Out Right" workshop is for landowners and farmers who are interested in soil building, soil health, and conservation leases. It is being held in partnership with the School Sisters of Notre Dame at the Living Earth Center.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Kansas Regional Farmers Market Workshop

February 21, 2020
Olathe, Kansas
From the Land of Kansas is offering six workshops throughout the state. The agenda includes presentations and training on marketing, regulations, and more.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Weed IPM Webinar Series: Biological Control of Weeds

February 21, 2020
Online
The Weed IPM Webinar Series presented by the University of New Hampshire Extension includes a presentation from an expert in weed management, followed by a question and answer session. This session will cover an introduction to biological control of invasive weeds using insect herbivores, including the current state of invasive swallow-wort management in the northeast. This session will be appropriate for the general public, but may be of special interest to Christmas tree growers and pasture managers.
In: Online

 

Business of Farming Conference

February 22, 2020
Asheville, North Carolina
ASAP's Business of Farming Conference brings together professional farmers from across the Southeast region to network and share resources to grow their farm businesses. Farmers will learn about marketing, business planning, branding, and management from regional experts and innovative peers. The conference is designed for beginning and established farmers as well as those seriously considering farming as a profession.
In: Southern SARE Region

 

New England Campus Farmer Summit

February 22, 2020
Easton, Massachusetts
The New England Campus Farmer Summit gathers the campus farm community in the Northeast. The second biennial summit will highlight the value of campus farms and growing spaces, given larger societal concerns and shifts in structure, function, and constraints of higher education institutions. Attendees will leave the Summit feeling part of a larger campus farm community, with the connections, tools, and information to nourish their own communities, organizations, and farms. The 2020 summit program will focus on the theme of nourishment.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Kansas Regional Farmers Market Workshop

February 22, 2020
Hiawatha, Kansas
From the Land of Kansas is offering six workshops throughout the state. The agenda includes presentations and training on marketing, market management, regulations, and more.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

"Blazing Trails" Food Regulations Training

February 22, 2020
Isanti County, Minnesota
"Blazing Trails through the Jungle of Food Regulations" is a project to bring a half-day training workshop about local food regulations to every county in Minnesota. The training presents information and resources about how to navigate food regulations that pertain to local food, in order to help individual food entrepreneurs and local food systems move forward. "Blazing Trails" is a project of the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, Renewing the Countryside, and the Minnesota Farmers' Market Association.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Agriculture & Food Conference

February 23, 2020
Dighton, Massachusetts
Southeast Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership presents this 13th annual Agriculture & Food Conference. The lineup includes workshops for the general public as well as info-packed sessions for farmers and gardeners of all experience levels. Registration includes a locally sourced lunch and Resource Fair.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Indoor Agriculture Energy Solutions Conference

February 24-26, 2020
San Diego, California
The Indoor Agriculture Energy Solutions Conference is a key touchstone in shaping the future of energy policies and utility programs for controlled environment agriculture, drawing from the lessons of early models emerging in cannabis cultivation and extending to the rapidly scaling greenhouse and vertical-farming sectors.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Colorado Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association Conference

February 24-25, 2020
Denver, Colorado
The Colorado Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association's sixth annual conference is designed for all commercial produce growers in Colorado. The organization invites fruit and vegetable growers throughout Colorado of all scales, marketing channels, and production practices to attend.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Small Farm & Ranch Webinar Series: Capturing Consumer Demand for Local Food

February 24, 2020
Online
Cultivating Success offers a free lunchtime webinar series designed to help you explore, strengthen, or expand your small farm or ranch operation. This webinar will provide insight into consumer interests and demand for local food and characteristics of local food important to restaurant and retail buyers.
In: Online

 

Farm Journal Hemp College

February 26, 2020
Portland, Oregon
At Farm Journal Hemp College, experts will discuss the best agronomic practices for hemp production and will also touch upon marketing, legal considerations, and policy news.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Delmarva Soil Summit

February 26-27, 2020
Georgetown, Delaware
Whether you farm two acres or 2,000 acres, the Delmarva Soil Summit will deliver information that's relevant to your farm's scale and production type. National experts and local researchers will present in learning tracks and farmer panels for both large-scale commodity farmers and small-scale diversified growers.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Connecticut Hemp Conference and Trade Show

February 26, 2020
South Windsor, Connecticut
The Connecticut Hemp Conference and Trade Show will bring together advocates, cultivators, and businesses interested in the industry. The conference will cover healthy soils practices, local policy and regulations, Connecticut field trial results, as well as innovative production markets. The event will be a valuable resource for local producers and farmers who are seeking connections in the state as well as knowledge about local issues and opportunities.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Cultivating Your Farm's Future: farm succession and estate planning

February 26, 2020
DePere, Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host workshops in seven locations in January 2020, providing information and resources on farm succession and estate planning. Participants will have an opportunity to meet individually with speakers, including attorneys and tax specialists to ask specific questions about their situations.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Drones as a Scouting Tool

February 26, 2020
Online
This free webinar is part of the Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture Wednesday Webinar Series. Attend this webinar to learn about drone and camera types, the ease of operation, and when to fly row crops. After this presentation you will be able to make an informed decision on whether drones fit your operation, and the most affordable option to buy.
In: Online

 

Planning for On-Farm Success: Managing Farm Risks

February 26, 2020
Missoula, Ronan, Havre, Hardin, Anaconda, and Forsyth, Montana
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition is presenting a series of Planning for On-Farm Success evening workshops in January and February. Workshops take place simultaneously in several Montana communities. In this session, Professor Eric Belasco will talk about business risk that impacts farmers and ranchers and share his research on the value of USDA-RMA Whole Farm Revenue Protection for small farms.
In: Western SARE Region

 

Local Food Connects Conference

February 27-28, 2020
Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Local Food Connects Conference will bring together market managers, farmers, and local food advocates from across New Mexico for two days of information sharing, resources, and inspiration.
In: Western SARE Region

 

California Small Farm Conference

February 27-29, 2020
Paso Robles, California
At the 32nd annual California Small Farm Conference, farmers, ranchers and local food advocates will gather to explore hot topics in sustainable agriculture, work to bridge field and fork, sharpen their skills, network and give voice to those growing a more resilient food system from the soil up. Pre-conference events include intensive trainings, field days, and tours. The main conference includes educational workshops, panels, interactive forums, and networking opportunities. A Spanish-language track and a farmers market track are among the topics offered. This year's theme, "Strength through Diversity," honors the resilience of diversity in our agricultural systems.
In: Western SARE Region

 

MOSES Organic Farming Conference

February 27-29, 2020
LaCrosse, Wisconsin
MOSES Organic Farming Conference is the country's largest educational event on organic farming. It features 60 workshops over six sessions, 10 full-day classes, a two-floor trade show, organic meals, and round-table discussions, plus more opportunities to network. Whether you're certified organic, using organic practices on your sustainable farm, or considering the switch to organic, you'll find information, resources, and connections to help you succeed.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Pennsylvania Veteran Farming Conference

February 28, 2020
Boalsburg, Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Veteran Farming Conference focuses on "Growing Your Veteran Farm of Agribusiness." Sessions include an overview of USDA resources, business planning, risk management in agritourism, considerations for nonprofit farms, and a marketing case study.
In: Northeast SARE Region

 

Kansas Farmers Market Regional Workshop

February 28, 2020
Beloit, Kansas
This day-long workshop is one of six in February offered by From the Land of Kansas. The agenda includes presentations, producer panels, and training on marketing, market management, regulations, and more.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Kansas Farmers Market Regional Workshop

February 29, 2020
Leoti, Kansas
This day-long workshop is one of six in February offered by From the Land of Kansas. The agenda includes presentations, producer panels, and training on marketing, market management, regulations, and more.
In: North Central SARE Region

 

Soil Health Innovations Conference

March 30-31, 2020
Bozeman, Montana
NCAT, in cooperation with USDA Rural Development, SARE, and Montana State University, is holding the first annual Soil Health Innovations conference. Join producers, educators, and students from around the region and across the country as panelists, keynotes, roundtables, and forums address the hard questions about soil health and the future of agriculture from the standpoint of researcher, industry professional, and producer.
In: Western SARE Region

 

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