Our Annual Conference

This is our annual event, providing a forum to learn about sustainable farming techniques and marketing strategies, community food systems, and federal farm policies and programs that promote sustainable agriculture. This event also provides producers, researchers, information providers, concerned consumers and community organizers the opportunity to build networks, strengthen alliances, and celebrate the achievements of Southern sustainable farmers.

Conference details available at: www.ssawg.org/conference. Or you can request a pdf or printed brochure from media@ssawg.org.


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About Southern SAWG

Southern SAWG's mission is to empower and inspire farmers, individuals, and communities in the South to create an agricultural system that is ecologically sound, economically viable, socially just, and humane. Because sustainable solutions depend on the involvement of the entire community, Southern SAWG is committed to including all persons in the South without bias.

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Infographic of recent accomplishments, 8.5x11 pdf

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Calendar of Events

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 provides practical information and tools for new and experienced organic and sustainable producers, young farmers and ranchers, value-added food producers, and those creating more vibrant community food systems in the South. The event offers pre-conference courses and field trips, concurrent conference sessions, a poster session, networking opportunities, and a lively trade show. Attendants go home with information that helps improve farm operations.

Schedule available in October at: https://www.ssawg.org/conference