The Beginning Women Farmer Conference: Exploring Whole Farm Planning
Date: March 22-23, 2012 Location: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Lincoln Campus Center
A two day conference for all farmers interested in improved quality of life, profitability, and land health sponsored by Holistic Management International, the USDA National Institute of Food & Agriculture and the University of Massachusetts.
Learn how Whole Farm Planning can help you achieve improved quality of life, profitability, and land health
- Hear about the successes HMI Beginning Women Farmer Program participants have achieved
- Learn from experts in the field about ways to farm successfully whether you are a beginning farmer or have been farming for years.
- Network with other farmers in the Northeast to share tips and learn about farming resources
You must register in advance. No onsite registrations will be accepted
$120.00 Full Conference Registration, includes all conference sessions, most meals & Beginning Women Farmer Banquet; $70 Day Pass for March 22, 2012 (does not include Banquet); $70 Day Pass for March 23, 2010 (does not include Banquet); $25 Beginning Women Farmer Banquet; $40 Childcare per day, per child (ages 2-10). Scholarships are available.
To see the conference agenda, learn more, and to register go to: http://holisticmanagement.org/conferencebwfne/
Also check out the many great things that HMI does including their work with beginning farmers and ranchers http://holisticmanagement.org/our-work/beginning-farmers-ranchers; and much, much more on their website at http://holisticmanagement.org/.