|Keynote David W. Wolfe|
The 2013 Winter Conference brings into focus the challenges of adjusting to climate change for farmers, gardeners and consumers. Join us to discuss the future of sustainable farming and celebrate local food.
In between workshops, attendees can visit with over 50 vendors and exhibitors with local foods, crafts, books, and sustainability initiatives. There will be a silent auction with garden supplies and other Connecticut grown and crafted items and services. Families are invited to participate in children’s activities and workshops scheduled throughout the day.
Our keynote David W. Wolfe Ph.D., the Faculty Fellow and Chair of the Climate Change Focus Group, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future and Professor of Plant and Soil Ecology, Department of Horticulture at Cornell University.
Dr. Wolfe's topic will be Farm and Landscape Management for a Changing Climate.
Click here to listen to a recent interview with Dr. Wolfe on climate change, agriculture and policy issues. For a list of confirmed workshops, vendors, exhibitors, and a video of last year's conference highlights, click here. Online registration will be available by the weekend, so stay tuned!