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January 2021

Real Organic Symposium

January 3 - January 31
$38.25 – $100

EVERY SUNDAY IN JANUARY 2021 A virtual series of talks and live panels with more than 50 prominent organic farmers, scientists, and climate activists. Session 1: What is the Real Organic Project? January 3 3-5pm EST Session 2: What is Soil Health? January 10 3-5pm EST Session 3: Farming and Climate January 17 3-5pm EST Session 4: Health and Nutrition January 24 3-5pm EST Session 5: What Can We Do? January 31 3-5pm EST

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2021 Virtual Sustainable Agriculture Conference

January 19 - February 5

Our annual Sustainable Agriculture Conference is one of the largest gatherings of sustainable farmers, food system professionals, and changemakers in the nation. Each year, more than 2,000 people engage in an energizing and inspiring learning experience rooted in sharing, connecting, and advancing a common goal: cultivating farms and food systems that nourish, heal, and empower. Our 2021 Virtual Conference features 90+ sessions, 100+ speakers, and marks 30 years of hosting this hallmark event that has served as a springboard for…

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Scaling Up Regenerative Agriculture

January 25 - February 12

From concept to practice, learn how scalable soil health and regenerative practices can move your farm forward. Speakers from agriculture, academia, and experts outside the agriculture sphere will bring their perspective — we ask you to expand yours. Join us for a virtual experience from the comfort of your home, office, or tractor cab, at your own pace. Content will become accessible on January 25, 2021 and remain open through February 12, 2021. Find out more here.

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February 2021

Western Colorado Soil Health Conference

February 11 @ 7:30 am - 5:00 pm MST

​Soil health is critical to the future of agricultural production on the Western Slope of Colorado. With a contingent of famers as well as community groups and government officials the Western Slope has been able to take soil health education and implementation techniques and specifically adjust them for the local area. As pressure on agricultural production increases, soil health practices can insure that agricultural needs are met with sustainable production, quality and economic viability.

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