Alliance Field Day [MS]
Sep
20
10:00 AM10:00

Alliance Field Day [MS]

  • 808 34th Street Gulfport, MS, 39501 United States (map)
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The next Alliance Field Day is at the 34th Street Wholistic Gardens and Education Center (the Gardens) is a purposefully designed organic garden model and wellness park that allows people of all age groups and cultures to grow healthy foods and participate in activities that promote health, wellness and good stewardship of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Region. The Gardens has more than 100 raised beds, high tunnel production, dog park, walking trails, and much more. 

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Composting for Produce Safety [LA]
Sep
24
to Sep 25

Composting for Produce Safety [LA]

This course will cover the microbial risk associated with biological soil amendments of animal origin and the current state/federal and market requirements for production and use of compost. The main focus will be covering the basic principles of composting and emphasizing on technologies/practices relevant to small scale or backyard composting.

https://store.lsuagcenter.com/p-372-composting-for-produce-safety-september-2019.aspx

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FACT Webinar: How to Create a Farm Website That Sells
Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

FACT Webinar: How to Create a Farm Website That Sells

Your website should be working like an ATM machine - spitting out cash at you with the number of customers it brings to your business. Learn tips to refocus your website on building a connection with those who land on it, versus just advertising your products, helping you turn website visitors into paying customers.

Our presenter is Charlotte Smith of 3 Cow Marketing. Charlotte has created a sustainable farm-to-consumer business selling premium meats, poultry, eggs and milk. After witnessing one too many small business owners close up shop after being run ragged and still not being able to pay the bills with their sales, she founded 3 Cow Marketing to help others transform their marketing skills and begin to live the life they always dreamed of.

https://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EE50DF85894A39

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School Garden Volunteer Management Webinar
Sep
26
3:00 PM15:00

School Garden Volunteer Management Webinar

School gardens are ideal places to involve the community and school gardens also require significant maintenance so they’re the perfect place to bring people together. Join this webinar to learn about ways to get people out and excited, ideas for managing large volunteer groups, how to engage consistent volunteers, and help keep your garden looking good. This webinar is a part of the School Garden Support Organization (SGSO) NetworkRegister here

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Exploring Soils in the Garden Webinar
Sep
26
4:30 PM16:30

Exploring Soils in the Garden Webinar

Soils are alive with a variety of organisms that recycle nutrients, water, and gases. In this webinar presented by Veronica Justen, professor at UW-River Falls, learn about STEM lessons that we can harvest from the soil and demonstrate activities that allow students to explore the power of soils and the world beneath our feet. This webinar is hosted by the Wisconsin School Garden NetworkRegister here

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Prairie Festival
Sep
27
to Sep 29

Prairie Festival

“Carbon, Culture, and Change: From the Ground Up”

The Land Institute’s goal is to create an agriculture system that mimics natural systems in order to produce ample food and reduce or eliminate the negative impacts of industrial agriculture.

Prairie Festival offers a unique opportunity to interact with some of the world’s most compelling authors, thinkers, artists, and advocates focused on agriculture, food, the environment, science, sustainability, and social and environmental justice.

REGISTER HERE!

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FACT Webinar: How to Find and Engage with Customers on Social Media
Oct
2
7:00 PM19:00

FACT Webinar: How to Find and Engage with Customers on Social Media

Learn the difference between a marketing channel and a marketing strategy, and where to focus your efforts. Learn how best to show up on social media platforms and then convert those followers to paying customers.

Our presenter is Charlotte Smith of 3 Cow Marketing. Charlotte has created a sustainable farm-to-consumer business selling premium meats, poultry, eggs and milk. After witnessing one too many small business owners close up shop after being run ragged and still not being able to pay the bills with their sales, she founded 3 Cow Marketing to help others transform their marketing skills and begin to live the life they always dreamed of.

https://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EE50DF85894A3C

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F2S Highbush Blueberries Webinar
Oct
3
1:00 PM13:00

F2S Highbush Blueberries Webinar

Bring Farm to School to Life with Highbush Blueberries

October 3 // 1-2pm ET

October is National Farm to School Month, the perfect time to host a farm to school event to celebrate healthy, local food in the cafeteria, classroom and beyond! Resources like the Highbush Blueberry Farm to School Playbook can be a great tool for helping schools find ways to get kids excited about where their food comes from. On this webinar, Nutrition Consultant Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, will lead a panel discussion with three schools that have used the Farm to School Playbook to put together successful nutrition celebrations with blueberries. This webinar is hosted by the National Farm to School Network and sponsored by the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council. Learn more and register here.

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2019 Carolina Meat Conference
Oct
5
to Oct 7

2019 Carolina Meat Conference

  • Downtown Charlotte Marriott City Center (map)
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NC Choices Carolina Meat Conference is a nationally recognized event, specifically focused on bringing together every part of the meat supply chain. Farmers, chefs, butchers, and industry leaders convene for two-days of unparalleled networking, hands-on training, and technical and business assistance.

2019 CAROLINA MEAT CONFERENCE:  The Future of Local Meats

October 5, 6 & 7, 2019

Downtown Charlotte Marriott City Center

https://carolinameatconference.com/schedule

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National Conference for Women in Ag
Oct
17
to Oct 19

National Conference for Women in Ag

Be part of the national Women in Sustainable Ag Conference Oct. 17-19 at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront hotel hosted by the Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES). The event features workshops, demos, and networking opportunities for women from all aspects of sustainable agriculture, focusing on leadership skills and farm business success. Appetite for Change food justice advocate Miah Ulysse presents the keynote, “Working in Harmony to Transform the Food System.” Add-on intensives on Thursday combine a morning class with an afternoon tour to a related spot in the Twin Cities. Topics are effective storytelling to create change, livestock production, regenerative farm design, and mind/body resilience. Registration for the intensives and conference closes Oct. 7; with only 50 seats apiece, the add-on intensives are filling quickly. For complete details, see mosesorganic.org/events/wisa-conference.

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Food Incubation Summit [TX]
Oct
23
to Oct 24

Food Incubation Summit [TX]

Food Incubation Summit will explore a different city’s food system by learning directly from local food leaders who share their unique ecosystem’s strengths, challenges, and best practices. We hope this approach will inspire leaders to learn from the best and bring back new ideas that could contribute to a more vibrant food system in their community.  The summit will explore the burgeoning CPG scene in Austin, Texas to learn how this city is uniquely positioned to support a new era of food entrepreneurs by focusing on infrastructure, investment, ecosystem services, business execution, and community.

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Clemson Soil Health Conference 2019
Oct
28
to Oct 29

Clemson Soil Health Conference 2019

  • Madren Conference Center & Inn (map)
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Building Soil Health: Principles, Practices and Profitability

South Carolina agriculture producers have identified soil health training as a critical need, including information on new developments in the science of soil health, and on advanced topics such as cover crop mixtures to achieve specific goals, innovative management strategies like inter-cropping and relay cropping, and how cultural practices that build soil health can mitigate negative impacts of extreme weather on farms.

This Conference is being organized by the Clemson Sustainable Agriculture Program in collaboration with Clemson Extension, the University of South Carolina and stakeholder organizations with support from the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture (SARE) Program. The Conference objectives are to: 1) Discuss new scientific discoveries that inform the latest recommendations to build health soil; 2) Hear from farmers who have implemented innovative approaches for building a resilient system; 3) Engage with farmers, Extension personnel and other ag professionals to address soil health challenges and opportunities, and 4) Provide tools for teaching soil health for agriculture professionals who work with farmers.

FULL CONFERENCE WEBSITE: https://www.clemson.edu/cafls/research/sustainableag/soil-conf/index.html

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CFSA Sustainable Agriculture Conference
Nov
1
to Nov 3

CFSA Sustainable Agriculture Conference

  • Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center (map)
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34th Annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference | Nov. 1 - 3, 2019 in Durham, North Carolina

For 34 years, the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association's Sustainable Agriculture Conference has drawn farmers, foodies, researchers, educators, and activists for a weekend celebration of innovation in local sustainable agriculture. Educational workshops and panels, inspiring talks, and bus tours by industry leaders are interspersed with social opportunities, exhibits, and regionally sourced meals. Attendees from more than a dozen states gather each November and leave energized, connected, and inspired for a new season ahead! Save your spot today: carolinafarmstewards.org/sac/.

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Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference [AR]
Jan
22
to Jan 25

Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference [AR]

  • Statehouse Convention Center (map)
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Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference will be January 22-25, 2020 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s 29th annual conference is for serious organic and sustainable producers, farm to school participants, urban farmers or those interested in creating more vibrant community food systems in the South. The event offers informative pre-conference courses and field trips, practical conference sessions, networking and a trade show. Each year, participants go home with information to use immediately to improve their operations.

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National Good Food Network Conference [LA]
Mar
10
to Mar 13

National Good Food Network Conference [LA]

The Wallace Center is excited to announce that we’ll be hosting our 2020 National Good Food Network Conference in New Orleans, March 10-13, 2020.

At the 2020 NGFN Conference they are looking to take food systems change and movement building to the next level. Check here for news and updates on the conference. https://www.winrock.org/ms/2020-ngfn-conference/

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FACT Webinar: 3 Steps to Your Profitable Farm
Sep
18
7:00 PM19:00

FACT Webinar: 3 Steps to Your Profitable Farm

In this hour long presentation, you'll learn the very best way to connect with and build a loyal customer base. Learn why it's important to find ideal customers that are willing to pay your higher than average prices (let's face it, our farm products cost more to produce and must be priced higher.) And, learn consistent marketing practices that never feel pushy or salesy.

Our presenter is Charlotte Smith of 3 Cow Marketing. Charlotte has created a sustainable farm-to-consumer business selling premium meats, poultry, eggs and milk. After witnessing one too many small business owners close up shop after being run ragged and still not being able to pay the bills with their sales, she founded 3 Cow Marketing to help others transform their marketing skills and begin to live the life they always dreamed of.

https://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EE50DF85894C3C

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Grapes of Arkansas Workshop [AR]
Sep
17
2:00 PM14:00

Grapes of Arkansas Workshop [AR]

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture will be hosting a Grapes of Arkansas Workshop and Field Day at the Fruit Research Station (1749 State Highway 818, Clarksville, AR) on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 2:00-7:00 pm. This workshop is sponsored by AAGG.

We have an array of speakers for this workshop to give updates that impact table, wine and muscadine grape production in Arkansas.  In addition, we will have a display of muscadine cultivars and selections developed by the muscadine breeding program at this facility, and a tour that will emphasize the Division’s grape breeding program.  Whether you are a new or potential grape grower or processor, this is a great opportunity! 

This workshop is funded by the Arkansas Association of Grape Growers.  Workshop information coming soon at http://argrapegrowers.org/!  

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Food Sovereignty and Extension Partnership Webinar
Sep
16
3:00 PM15:00

Food Sovereignty and Extension Partnership Webinar

Sponsored by the Racial Equity in the Food System Workgroup, this webinar will provide an introduction to food sovereignty, looking at how and why this principle is used in different First Nations communities. Two partners (one from the community and one from Extension) will describe how they have worked together on food sovereignty projects. Register here

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Arkansas Farm and Produce Safety [AR]
Aug
27
8:00 AM08:00

Arkansas Farm and Produce Safety [AR]

PSA Grower Training
August 27, 2019 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: U of A Cooperative Extension Services - Education Wing

Join us to learn about new regulations for fruit and vegetable producers. Topics covered will include agricultural water, soil amendments, worker health and hygiene, wildlife management, postharvest handling, and food safety plans. 

For fresh produce farms, FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule sets mandatory federal standards for growing, harvesting, packing, and holding produce. Most produce farms will be affected by this Rule.

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Aug
15
2:00 PM14:00

Hops Production in Arkansas Workshop

  • 1749 State Highway 818 Clarksville, AR, 72830 United States (map)
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U of A Fruit Research Station
1749 State Hwy 818
 Clarksville, AR 72830
Phone: (479) 754-2406

August 15, 2019
2:00pm - 7:00pm
Registration Deadline: August 12, 2019

Registration Fee (includes dinner):
$20 early bird registration
$30 at door (must register before Aug. 13th)

Please fill out your information below to register for this event.  

https://uaex.formstack.com/forms/hops

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Farm & Food Leadership Conference [TX]
Aug
11
to Aug 13

Farm & Food Leadership Conference [TX]

The 2019 Farm & Food Leadership Conference offers the most speakers, topics, networking opportunities, pre-conference workshops, and exhibitors in the 13-year history of this event!

Whether you are a farmer, rancher, homesteader, home gardener, cottage food producer, local foods activist, or just someone interested in nutritious, sustainably grown foods, you’ll want to be in San Marcos, Texas, Aug. 11-13! 

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Produce Safety Alliance Grower (PSA) Training
Aug
10
8:00 AM08:00

Produce Safety Alliance Grower (PSA) Training

  • 421 12th Street Lafayette, LA, 70501 United States (map)
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Produce Safety Alliance Grower (PSA) Training

This event is being hosted by the McComb Veazey Community Coterie.

August 10th 8:00 am 5:00 pm

McComb Veazey Community House

421 12th Street , Lafayette, LA 70501

If time/weather permits we will conduct a brief risk assessment of the operation after the training at the McComb Veazey Community Farm, 332 Geauthier Rd., Laffayette, LA 70501.

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Professional Development Program
Jul
24
to Aug 30

Professional Development Program

The Professional Development Program is a “train the trainer” program, providing funding to agricultural professionals to train Cooperative Extension agents, USDA field personnel, and other ag professionals and educators in areas of sustainable agriculture production practices. Training activities may include seminars, workshops, farm tours, on-farm demonstrations, or the marketing and distributing of training materials. Activities may take place in a single state, multiple states, or throughout the entire Southern region.

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Alliance Field Day [MS]
Jul
19
8:00 AM08:00

Alliance Field Day [MS]

  • 2024 Experiment Station Road Crystal Springs, MS, 39059 United States (map)
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Mississippi State University’s Truck Crops Branch Experiment Station will host the July 19th field day/training.  The Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station's Truck Crops Branch is one of 16 branch stations, located just south of Crystal Springs, Mississippi.  The Truck Crops Branch Experiment Station focuses on horticulture.  The station, which was established in 1938, encompasses 175 acres, the most acreage dedicated to horticulture in the MSU system.  There are two laboratories, shop facilities, nine greenhouses and seven high tunnels on-site. Download PDF for more info.

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Measuring Racial Equity in the Food System [webinar]
Jul
16
3:00 PM15:00

Measuring Racial Equity in the Food System [webinar]

The webinar will provide an introduction to the newly published guide, Measuring Racial Equity in the Food System: Established and Suggested Metrics, including examples of metrics in four different themes and ways the guide can be used. Following this introduction, two food system leaders will share how they are using data and metrics to drive system change. There will be time in the webinar for questions, comments, and suggestions for related resources.

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Kerr Center Elderberry Workshop [OK]
Jul
13
8:30 AM08:30

Kerr Center Elderberry Workshop [OK]

The Kerr Center is evaluating several American elderberry varieties under eastern Oklahoma growing conditions. The workshop will feature regional experts on elderberry production and marketing who will address multiple aspects of this increasingly popular perennial crop.

The workshop will begin with a field tour of the Kerr Center’s elderberry trial on the horticulture farm.

Following the tour, the classroom portion of the workshop will begin with a presentation by Patrick Byers. Byers is part of an ongoing University of Missouri Extension project to evaluate elderberries and encourage their production in North America. He will give an overview of varieties, disease and insect concerns, and production techniques.

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2019 Carolina Meat Conference
Jul
11
2:30 PM14:30

2019 Carolina Meat Conference

NC Choices Presents 2019 CAROLINA MEAT CONFERENCE: The Future of Local Meats

October 6 & 7, 2019

Downtown Charlotte Marriott City Center, Charlotte, NC

Conference Registration Includes:

  • Admittance to two full days of conference programming including 25+ sessions featuring hands-on butchery, cooking demos, and compelling topics.

  • Locally sourced meals from Stoke Kitchen's Chef Chris Coleman.

  • One (non-transferable) ticket and transportation to the Farm to Fork Picnic in the Garden ($85 value).

  • Access to sponsor and exhibitor tradeshow area.

REGISTER NOW!

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Webinar: Reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act
Jul
9
3:00 PM15:00

Webinar: Reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act

There is growing momentum to pass a new Child Nutrition Act this legislative session. Join the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future Food Policy Networks project for a panel discussion with policy experts on the process for reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act.  This important act legislates school meal and child nutrition programs, including the National School Lunch Program and the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), and was last reauthorized in 2010 in the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. Learn about the process for reauthorization, what is to come in the next few months, and how food policy councils can engage in the reauthorization process. Submit your questions for the presenters when you register or bring them with you to the conversation.

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Circle of Life Agricultural Symposium [FL]
May
18
11:00 AM11:00

Circle of Life Agricultural Symposium [FL]

THE CIRCLE OF LIFE FORUM- Celebrating the 25th Annual Unifest Concert in Lauderdale Lakes with Mayor Hazelle Rogers. Please join us at the first CANNURBAN UNIFEST AGRICULTURAL SYMPOSIUM. The theme is "Growing Agricultural Diversity for the Future". Proceeds will go to the Caribbean- American Scholarship Fund.

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Alliance Field Day [MS]
May
17
8:00 AM08:00

Alliance Field Day [MS]

  • 2028 Oil Field Lane Northwest Brookhaven, MS, 39601 United States (map)
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Ole Brooke Organics (Buie Family Farm) will host this event at their farm in Brookhaven, Miss. Ole Brook Organics is a certified organic farm, with more than 15 years of experience.  They provide the highest quality foods grown under strict regulations such as turmeric and ginger. TOUR AND LEARN FROM THIS SUSTAINABLE FARMING OPERATION! 

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May
6
1:00 PM13:00

Solar Grazing 101 [Webinar]

FACT and the American Solar Grazing Association are teaming up to offer a free hour-long webinar on Solar Grazing. Solar arrays need vegetation management, and solar grazing is the practice of using livestock (primarily sheep) to manage this vegetation. This webinar will cover the research done to date on this innovative approach, and how sheep producers and solar site operators can put solar grazing system in place. Join us to learn to find out more about the animal welfare, economic, and environmental benefits of this practice!

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May
3
1:00 PM13:00

Intro to Community Food Projects Grant Program [webinar]

Interested in learning more about the Community Food Projects grant program, or finding out whether your organization is ready to apply? This webinar presents a dialogue with CFP grantees from across the country with diverse projects about their lessons learned and tips for CFP applicants. We will cover such topics as finding and documenting matching funds; gaining community involvement in your project; building evaluation into the outset of the project; what does a food system orientation look like in your work; how important is economic development to your efforts; and how have you made your project more financially sustainable to honor the one time infusion of federal dollars.

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Regenerative Tennessee Tour [TN]
Apr
22
to Apr 26

Regenerative Tennessee Tour [TN]

Highlights Include: Visits to regenerative farms, eco-forestry projects, a transformative women’s empowerment social enterprise,  a community land trust. Homestays with local families. Meet changemakers in an Appalachian coal mining community. Visit and stay at the historic Highlander Folk School!

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Raising Meat: A New Food Economy Summit [TX]
Mar
31
to Apr 1

Raising Meat: A New Food Economy Summit [TX]

  • Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center (map)
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The New Food Economy visits Texas A&M, where experts will discuss the most pressing issues, practices, and priorities that affect the meat production sector, from markets and genetics to emerging technologies and how meat is being talked about in the media. This event will expand the conversation about what it means to produce and to eat meat in America today–and what it may mean tomorrow.

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Mar
1
to Mar 2

OAK Conference - Lexington, Kentucky

2019 OAK Conference

Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms: Reshaping Kentucky with Organics

​Join us for the 8th Annual OAK Conference! Local and national speakers spotlight a variety of topics, including livestock and row crops, dairy, growing produce, finances, life on the farm, and adding value. The conference brings together more than 300 participants, including farmers, academics, government agencies, businesses and consumers from Kentucky and beyond to continue the momentum of building a strong, resilient and healthier food system. Our program features farm tours, short courses, more than 30 educational workshops, invited keynote speakers, a Trade Show, a festive reception and silent auction, and a special community film screening. From the experienced farmer to the beginning farmer, from field production to the consumer who wants to learn more about why organic is better, these workshops have something for everyone. The conference agenda is nearly complete and details on farm tours, short courses and special guest speakers are included on link. Click title for more details.

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2019 Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference
Jan
23
to Jan 26

2019 Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference

  • Statehouse Convention Center (map)
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Practical Tools and Solutions for Sustaining Family Farms Conference will be January 23-26, 2019 in Little Rock, Arkansas

Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group’s 28th annual conference is for serious organic and sustainable producers, farm to school participants, urban farmers or those interested in creating more vibrant community food systems in the South. The event offers informative pre-conference courses and field trips, practical conference sessions, networking and a trade show. Each year, participants go home with information to use immediately to improve their operations.

Full schedule available October 1st: https://www.ssawg.org/conference

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Jan
3
to Jan 5

Horticulture Industries Show - (Fayetteville, AR)

The 2019 HIS Show will be held January 3-5 in Fayetteville, AR at the Chancellor Hotel.

The  theme of the 38th Annual Show  is “People, Plants and Pollinators

The HIS 2019 offers many wonderful opportunities to learn from the best in the industry about new and innovative processes and systems being used in this industry – as well as current tried and true processes.  Along with these presentations will be a trade show with exhibitors representing the industry and the opportunity to network with others in the horticulture industry.

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Dec
6
9:00 AM09:00

Marketing Tools and Resources Workshop - Little Rock, AR

Marketing Tools and Resources Workshop
Cooperative Extension Office, Little Rock Arkansas
Thursday, December 6, 2018
9:00 AM – 3:45 PM

This workshop is designed to help farmers, ranchers and agricultural industry stakeholders understand tools and resources to assist with marketing agricultural products.  This workshop will give you knowledge on marketing trends, strategic steps and technical assistance to help farmers and ranchers enhance their marketing practices:

* Trends in Agricultural Marketing

* Arkansas Food Cottage Law

* Food Safety Training Update

* Value Added Processing Resources and Technical Assistance

* Specialty Crop & Farm Budgets

* USDA Financial &Technical Assistance

Workshop will give producers a better understanding of the different resources available from University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture and industry stakeholders.  Topics will emphasis helping farmers move from a commodity focus to a differentiated marketing strategy.  In addition, producers will be able to take home invaluable contact information and reference material to aid their business decisions with specific resources addressing different marketing options.    Click title for more info.

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Young Farmers Conference
Dec
5
to Dec 7

Young Farmers Conference

Our 11th Annual Young Farmers Conference will take place December 5-7. It is open to farmers with 1-10 years of farming experience. Interested farmers can submit an application to our lottery here: https://www.stonebarnscenter.org/engage/for-farmers/yfc/2018-young-farmers-conference/. A limited number of scholarships are available for the cost of conference admission.

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Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show (Kentucky)
Dec
4
to Dec 7

Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show (Kentucky)

The 43rd annual Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference and Trade Show will be in Louisville, KY from Dec 4 – 7, 2018. https://www.acresusa.com/events/2018conference

The Conference includes Eco-Ag intensive, day-long workshops; seminars; 1-on-1 eco-consultant opportunities; round table discussions, an eco-ag trade show, and film screenings geared toward the beginning to advanced farmer. Keynote speakers include Joel Salatin.

Registration is now open https://www.acresusa.com/events/2018conference/registration-19

Volunteer opportunities include a waived registration fee ($200) for a total of 4-6 volunteer hours during the event https://www.acresusa.com/events/2018conference/volunteer

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