The Northeast Organic Farming Association of N.H. will host its 16th annual Winter Conference on Sunday at Merrimack Valley High School.
The conference is jam-packed with over 40 workshops on a variety of topics related to organic agriculture, an exhibitor fair, organic meals, book signings and an evening keynote speaker event.
Dr. Daphne Miller, a practicing family physician, author and Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California-San Francisco, is this year’s speaker.
It will also include the NOFA-N.H. annual meeting and awards ceremony, ample opportunities for networking with local farmers, gardeners and presenters, and a robust Green Market Fair.
The day’s lineup includes workshops in the following tracks: advanced growers, agricultural business, beginning farmers, carbon/soils, gardening/homesteading, health/nutrition, livestock/animals, policy/advocacy, school gardens, and social justice.
Tickets are $76 for NOFA/MOFGA members, $95 for non-members before Thursday. Price increases to $90 for members and $110 for non-members after Thursday.
Registration fees include four workshop sessions, a lunchtime panel discussion, breakfast, lunch, snacks (catered by The Crust and Crumb Baking Company), the Green Market Fair, and the keynote event. Those unable to attend the full-day conference have the option of purchasing tickets for the keynote event only.
For details and to register, visit nofanh.org/winterconference. For mote information or questions, contact conference coordinator Monica Rico at firstname.lastname@example.org or 224-5022.