“The annual Eco-Ag Conference sets the standard for innovation and learning in modern agriculture. The educational experience and trade show, now in its 44th year, unites farmers, ranchers and ag professionals from every facet of eco-farming to share their experience and expertise. Beginning and generational farmers running sustainable farms – as well as those in transition from conventional to organic – will walk away with useful, practical information that they can apply to their operations right away. Don’t miss the non-stop action:
– All-day Eco-Ag U workshops
– Learning sessions &
– Consulting halls
– Round table discussions
– Eco-Ag Trade Show
– Film Screenings
– Book store
– Book signings”
4th Annual Soil Health Workshop or Southern Utah. Bringing national and local farmers practicing soil health principles. Guest speakers including Rick Bieber and Marlon Winger.
4th Annual Soil Health Workshop for Central Utah. Bringing together national and local farmers using soil health principles. Guest speakers include Rick Bieber and Marlon Winger
4th Annual Soil Health Workshop for Northern Utah. Gust speakers include Rick Bieber and Marlon Winger. Come join us for a day of sharing knowledge and experiences with soil health principles
The 43rd annual Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference and Trade Show will be in Louisville, KY from Dec 4 – 7, 2018. It is where farmers and consultants from every facet of eco-farming come together to share their experience and expertise with attendees.
Event website: https://www.acresusa.com/events/2018conference
The Conference includes Eco-Ag intensive, day-long workshops; seminars; 1-on-1 eco-consultant opportunities; round table discussions, trade show, and film screenings geared toward the beginning to advanced farmer. Keynote speakers include Joel Salatin.
Volunteer opportunities are available. Registration is now open https://www.acresusa.com/events/2018conference/registration-19
What’s the key ingredient to healthy communities? Women leading food system change. Women make up one of the fastest growing segments of new farmers today and we come from a long and deep history and tradition of cultivating the soil. This fresh crop of women farmers today find innovative ways to champion local agriculture and foster greater collaboration and cooperation, all based on an intentional intersectionality: we are all connected. Collectively, women “connect the dots” and improve the health of our environment, stimulate the economy, build a greater sense of community, and nurture a more vibrant food system. What does our future hold? How can we support more women cultivating these connections? Come celebrate the historic roots and inspiring stories of women farmers today — and in the future.
Attendees will gain an understanding of:
The intersectionality of the women in ag movement: how collaboration and cross-pollination support women in launching and succeeding in farm businesses.
The complex history in which today’s women farmer movement is rooted, such as a lack of representation and discrimination.
A diversity of women farmer success stories throughout the country, identifying business tactics and ideas to use in their own farm ventures.
The importance of increasing the number of women farmer in leadership positions and encouraging attendees to take on such roles, including running office.
Join your fellow farmers and ranchers this coming summer and discover techniques and systems to improve your bottom line, your soil production and your profits in the drier High Plains climate.
The expert speakers we have lined up for you have decades of success through real-world practice and experience. Discover all their knowledge over 2 days of presentations including afternoon “breakout” sessions providing proven and immediately usable strategies for your specific farming/ranching situations, problems and goals.
Here’s just some of the topics, strategies and insights you’ll discover at the 2018 Bottom Line Conference:
Soil health, function and productivity.
Water holding capacity of various soils.
Organic matter and water infiltration.
Increasing profits by augmenting organic matter.
Operation strategies for less inputs and more profits.
Holistic farm management and financial planning.
Grazing management strategies for better soils,
livestock productivity, watershed function and more!