OEFFA 40th Annual Conference
The OEFFA annual conference in Dayton, Ohio, is the state's largest sustainable food and farm conference. The event features more than 80 workshops and presentations on a variety of topics, an expanded trade show, and numerous opportunities to network and learn. Online registration is open through January 28. Pre-registration is open until January 28. On-site walk-in registration for Friday and Saturday will be available for an additional $5 fee.
Ohio State's Organic Food & Farming Education and Research will have a booth. Stop by and say hello! Numerous Ohio State employees will be involved in this year's conference presentations, including "Digging into Soil Health: What Tests Can Tell Us About Our Soil," a hands-on workshop about interpreting soil tests featuring Steve Culman, state soil specialist. See more conference topics and events at OEFFA.org.
The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) was formed in 1979 and is a membership-based, grassroots organization, dedicated to promoting and supporting sustainable, ecological, and healthful food systems. OEFFA's membership includes farmers, consumers, gardeners, chefs, teachers, researchers, retailers, and students.