2023 Future Harvest Conference

jan 12-14

To register for the conference, and for more information click here.

Since 1999, Future Harvest has gathered leaders in regional agriculture for our annual winter conference where farmers come together for expert-led sessions, networking, business and crop planning, trend forecasting, and more.

This is our time to grow. As a regional farm community, we can continue our important work to advance agriculture and learn from one another. Here’s what you can expect at the event:

  • Two main conference days with more than 30 sessions for advanced and beginning farmers, agtivists and educators
  • Multiple keynote events including:
  • One pre-conference day featuring intensive sessions – details below!
  • Sessions for those raising livestock, growing vegetables, starting their farms, improving farm systems, improving soil health, seeking funding, entering into agritourism and more.
  • Trade show and networking inside the event
  • Facilitated farmer-to-farmer meetups
  • Engaging one-on-one opportunities with service providers, sponsors, and business coaches
  • Locally-sourced Friday lunch featuring Farmer of the Foodshed awards
  • Farmer-to-farmer seed, book, and gear swaps
  • Live music
  • An exclusive, invite-only screening of Rhythms of the Land for attendees of the Future Harvest Conference
  • Membership meeting

 

Upcoming Events

Nov 30

Food Education Working Group Meeting

Last Wednesday of the month from 1:30PM - 3PM

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Dec 6

Environmental Impact Working Group Meeting

The first Tuesday of the month from 9:30AM-11AM via Zoom.

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Dec 12

Food Security Community Call

Second Monday of each month, 1:00 to 2:30pm. Please register in advance.

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Dec 20

Food Economy Working Group Meeting

Third Tuesday of each month, 10-11:30am via Zoom.

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jan 12-14

2023 Future Harvest Conference

Future Harvest has gathered leaders in regional agriculture for our annual winter conference where farmers come together for expert-led sessions, networking, business and crop planning, trend forecasting, and more.

Learn more