Organic Association of Kentucky Annual Conference
Organic Association of Kentucky (OAK) will hold its fifth annual conference focusing on organic farming and living March 4-5 at the Paroquet Springs Conference Center in Shepherdsville, KY.
Programming for the event is open to farmers and consumers with local and national speakers spotlighting a variety of topics including growing blueberry bushes, winter gardening with low tunnels, making mead, fermenting foods for added shelf-life and flavor, creating monarch waystations and more.
In addition to seminars, attendees can learn about organic products and their makers at the vendor fair and enjoy farm-fresh fare for lunch and dinner.
A book signing and live and silent auctions are also on the agenda.
Jeff Moyer, executive director of Rodale Institute, a nonprofit organization pioneering organic agriculture advocacy for more than 60 years, is the keynote speaker along with Wisconsin certified organic beef grazing farmer Jim Munsch.
Registration cost is $150 for the entire conference with a $25 early discount before Feb. 1. Single day and meal ticket options and special rates for OAK members and students are also available.
For more information visit oak-ky.org.