LINCOLN – Several conference dates will be taking place throughout the month of February and early March pertaining to Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society’s Virtual Healthy Farms.
According to a release from the NSAS, online registration is available at www.sustainablenebraska.org.
The conference dates are February 6, 13, 20, 27 and March 6 via ZOOM. All presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session in which all registered attendees may participate. The complete speaker list is available on the SustainableNebraska.org website.
This year’s presentations will be held every Saturday from February 6 through March 6 between 10 a.m. and noon.
Themes include Direct Marketing in a Pandemic this weekend; How Nebraska’s Agriculture Fits into the Global Dynamic (Feb. 13); Local Meat Processing (Feb. 20); Land Access: Connecting the Generations via the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society (Feb. 27) as well as Creating A Seat at Our Table: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (March 6).
The Healthy Farms Conference has been hosted by the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society for over 40 years. The conference combines farmer-to-farmer training with sessions aimed at equipping farmers, aspiring farmers, foodies and advocates with the skills and knowledge about sustainable agriculture.
Cost to attend the full conference is $15 for students, $20 for individuals, $40 for farms/family households and $100 for partner organizations and their staff. All registrations are accepted online by visiting the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society’s website: www.sustainablenebraska.org.