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February 6 – March 6, 2021 Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society’s Healthy Farms Conference takes place virtually this year, on five Saturdays. The theme is “Transitions” and the two-hour sessions include presenters and breakouts. Topics for the sessions are Direct Marketing in a Pandemic, How Nebraska’s Agriculture Fits into the Global Dynamic, Local Meat Processing, Land Access, and […]Find out more »
February 7 – March 4, 2021 The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont presents its Winter Conference, a month-long series of events with many different opportunities for online learning, gathering, and movement building. The schedule includes keynote speaker Sherri Mitchell, panel discussions, roundtables, and multi-part workshops for commercial producers, changemakers, and policy.Find out more »
Healthy soil, equals healthy food, healthy people, and healthy planet. About this Event In this talk, Dr Yichao Rui of Rodale Institute will holistically introduce the origin, principles, and implementation of regenerative agriculture, and why it is a powerful solution to some of the most critical challenges that human beings are facing: climate change, food […]Find out more »
Six webinar deep dive into building healthy soils and resilient communities focused on the Northeast Kingdom of VT and North Country of NH. February - April 2021 Join the Vermont Healthy Soils Coalition (VHSC) and Littleton Food Co-op for a six webinar deep dive into building healthy soils and resilient communities focused on the Northeast […]Find out more »
February 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST FREE Join Rodale Institute for part 2 of a three-part webinar series about no-till and rotational tillage. In this webinar, a panel of farmer and industry experts will discuss innovative weed control tools for use in organic no-till and rotational tillage systems. Examples include flame weeders, weed zappers, row-mow […]Find out more »