CT NOFA’s 33rd Annual Winter Conference will be held on Saturday, March 7th (snow date March 8th). Hear keynote speaker Dr. Kristine Nichols of the Rodale Institute discuss the future of sustainable farming, attend a wide variety of workshops and panel discussions, meet and shop from more than 60 exhibitors and vendors, network over lunch, celebrate local food, participate in the raffle, and more.
The 2013 Winter Conference brings into focus the challenges of adjusting to climate change for farmers, gardeners and consumers. Join us to discuss the future of sustainable farming and celebrate local food. Workshops are scheduled throughout the day and follow the keynote address by David Wolfe, Ph. D.
In between workshops, attendees can visit with over 50 vendors and exhibitors with local foods, crafts, books, and sustainability initiatives. There will be a silent auction with garden supplies and other Connecticut grown and crafted items and services.
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CT NOFA’s 28th Annual Winter Conference Celebrate Local Organic Farming, Gardening, Landscaping and Sustainable Lifestyles Co-sponsored with Manchester Community College’s Team Green Saturday, March 6, 2010 Manchester Community College Manchester, CT 8:30 am to 4:45 pm Join us in celebration … Read more