Conferences & Summits
  • EcoFarm Conference (Pacific Grove, CA): “For over three decades, EFA’s flagship event has brought food system stakeholders together for education, networking and celebration.”
  • Heartbeet Lifesharing Conference (Hardwick, VT): “The hope is to create a space in which participants can meet each other deeply so that we can bring back to our places a real spiritual substance that reminds us that we are all holding a corner or edge of the same cloth and at the same time responsible for its ongoing creation.”
  • National Heirloom Expedition (Santa Rosa, CA): “The National Heirloom Exposition is a not-for-profit event centered around the pure food movement, heirloom vegetables, and anti-GMO activism. Our third annual event held mid-September 2013 in Santa Rosa, California drew more than 18,000 people from around the country and beyond. With more than 100 speakers and 300 natural food vendors, the event was the largest gathering in pure food history! The Heirloom Expo has gained incredible interest among home growers, farmers, school groups and the general public–so much so that it is being called the “World’s Fair of Pure Food”!”
  • Organic Seed Alliance Conference: “The biennial Organic Seed Growers Conference brings together hundreds of farmers, plant breeders, researchers, university extension, certifiers, food companies, seed production and distribution companies, and other organic stakeholders in two days of presentations, panel discussions, and networking events.”
  • Spirit Weavers Gathering: A convergence of women sharing their skills.

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