TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Rural Center has extended the early bird registration rate for the Farm and Food Conference to this Friday, November 4th. This year’s conference will be held November 11 and 12, 2022, at the Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, Kansas.
Early bird registration to attend the two-day conference is available at $20 for Friday, $80 for Saturday, or $100 for both days until November 4th. After that, registration will be $30 for Friday, $95 for Saturday, or $125 for both days. Register here.
“I am very pleased that Kansas Rural Center’s Food and Farm Conference is returning with an in-person option,” stated Brenda Gutierrez, KRC Board Member. “Not only is this one of the best opportunities for Kansas Farmers and Food Providers to gain valuable knowledge from the featured presenters, but the network I have gained with my fellow attendees at this conference year after year has been priceless. I hope you can make it!”
KRC prides itself on promoting the health of the land and its people, which is reflected in the agenda. The Food and Farm Conference will cover topics including climate change, veterans in farming, the Farm Bill, indigenous wisdom, women landowners, farm-to-school, Kansas communities practicing sustainability, crop insurance for specialty growers, small livestock for your farm, and many more.
Visit kansasruralcenter.org/conference for the full agenda and more details.
See conference schedule here.
“As the Executive Director of Kansas Rural Center, I think promoting inclusivity at our conference is crucial. Learning shouldn’t be restrictive.” said Tom Buller.” That is why we offer scholarships, virtual attendance, allow parents to bring children, and strive to make members of marginalized communities feel welcome. If you are interested in the topics at our conference, we want you to be part of the conversation.”
For more information, visit kansasruralcenter.org/conference. Or call 866-579-5469 or email email@example.com.
The mission of KRC, founded in 1979, is to promote the long-term health of the land and its people through community-based research, education, and advocacy that advances an economically viable, ecologically sound, and socially just food and farming system in Kansas. For more information, visit kansasruralcenter.org.
— Kansas Rural Center