Cornucopia’s colleagues at the Real Organic Project are hosting a symposium at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire on March 2.

You will hear many passionate speakers from across the fields of farming, policy, science, and activism offer their takeaways and ideas for action regarding the many challenges and opportunities facing organic farmers today.

TED-style talks will be offered by farmers Jean-Paul Courtens, Emily Oakley, Paul Muller of Full Belly Farm, Francis Thicke of Radiance Dairy, Dave Chapman, and many others. Eliot Coleman and author Anne Biklé are keynote speakers. Eliot will describe 50 years of organic farming at Four Seasons Farm and why real organic is important to all of us. Anne will talk about the powerful connection between soil health and human health.

This day-long symposium will be held at Filene Auditorium at Dartmouth College from 9 am to 5:00 pm.

The $25 ticket price includes a delicious lunch and refreshments.
Purchase tickets online.

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