The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) will host its 25th annual conference from February 27 through March 1. The MOSES farming conference is the largest US event focused on organic and sustainable agriculture with over 3,000 farmers in attendance each year. This networking and educational event features 65 workshops, 170 exhibitors and keynote speakers.
This 25th anniversary event will be held at the La Crosse Center in La Crosse, Wisconsin. You must register by February 14th to attend the farming conference.
Email questions to email@example.com. Click here to register for the event and for more information: http://mosesorganic.org/conference/
The Oneida Nation, First Nations Development Institute, Intertribal Agriculture Council and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College invite you to this year’s Food Sovereignty Summit. Learn from Native nonprofits and Native nations about best practices in the areas of food sovereignty and food systems.
This year’s summit will be held April 15-18 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The summit offers three professional training tracks (though attendees can attend sessions in multiple tracks):
Track 1: Sustainable Agricultural Practices
Track 2: Community Outreach and Development
Track 3: Business Management, Finance and Marketing
Registration rates are as follows:
Student–$80.00 for full conference
Food Producers–$100.00 for 1 day / $150.00 for full conference
Non-Food Producers–$150.00 for 1 day / $250.00 for full conference
Click here for more information and to see a summit schedule.
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