Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Blogging from SARE Conference This Week

Another conference is about ready to roll around…that’s right the 2008 SARE Conference kicks off tomorrow in Kansas City. I’ll be posting each day about the speakers and news from the conference. I will be out of the office the entire week, but I’ll be checking email.Check the blog each day for photos and information from the conference.

From the SARE Conference Website…
Learn the ins and outs of marketing and production
Tour local farms to see sustainable agriculture at work
Talk with state-of-the-art researchers and innovators
Meet others, build partnerships
Explore SARE grant opportunities for your cutting-edge ideas

Never before has the American public cared more about how and where its food is produced. New, lucrative markets are opening up: “natural”, “organic”, “local.” People are growing more concerned about the quality of our nation’s natural resources – and the communities they sustain.

More and more farmers and ranchers are turning to sustainable agriculture to boost profits, protect the land, air and water, and continue a rewarding way of life.

Learn more about how sustainable farming is rapidly changing the face of American agriculture. Come to the New American Farm conference – a gathering for farmers, ranchers, educators, researchers, students, advocates and the curious consumer. Meet others who share a passion for quality agriculture.

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