Conference and Workshop to Offer Training, Discussion About Financing the Local Food System:
Events to Feature Slow Money’s Woody Tasch
Granville, Ohio—How people and institutions can help finance the local food system, how farmers and local food business can access capital, and what local financing models are out there are the topics of an all day pre-conference workshop on Friday, February 17, and a keynote address and workshop on Saturday, February 18 featured as part of the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s (OEFFA) 33rd annual conference, Sowing the Seeds of Our Food Sovereignty, in Granville, Ohio (Licking County).
Granville, Ohio—Registration is now open for the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s (OEFFA) 33rd annual conference, Sowing the Seeds of Our Food Sovereignty, February 18-19, 2012 in Granville, Ohio (Licking County).
The state’s largest sustainable food and farm conference, the event draws more than 1,000 attendees from across Ohio and the Midwest, and has sold out in advance the past two years. This year’s conference will feature keynote speakers Woody Tasch and Andrew Kimbrell; more than 70 informative, hands-on workshops; two featured pre-conference events on February 17; a trade show; a fun and educational kids’ conference and child care area; locally-sourced and organic homemade meals, and Saturday evening entertainment.
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