The 2012 Student Initiatives in Sustainable Agriculture Conference (SISA) is a national event for current and recent college students dedicated to sustainable gardening and farming initiatives whether well established or not yet realized. This year it will be held in Wisconsin at the end of March (see below).
SISA facilitates an exchange of knowledge between students involved in and interested in sustainable agriculture projects at colleges and universities throughout the United States. The goal of this exchange is to promote the growth of student-run projects and encourage continued involvement in sustainable agriculture after college.
The conference will be held at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI on March 31st – April 1st, 2012 and will feature presentations and workshops from students, farmers, and entrepreneurs, a keynote address by agricultural agronomist John Ikerd, and much more.
Learn more on the website: http://www.sisaconference.org