Farm & Food Symposium
The Farm and Food Symposium is a two-day, in-person event where progressive farmers, ag industry professionals, and other conservation partners will gather to gain a deeper understanding of the ecological practices and the economic incentives of regenerative farming.
Our keynote speaker for the conference will be Rick Clark, a 5th generation farmer from Williamsport, IN. The main goal on the farm is to build soil health and achieve balance with Mother Nature. Rick has developed and is constantly improving a systematic approach to regenerative farming. The farm strives to be a low-cost input producer while maintaining an increase in yield year over year. The farm is 100% NGMO, 100% no-till, and 100% cover crop. Rick cares deeply about human health as well, that is one of the main drivers behind the organic no-till style of farming. Rick is building a system that will be viable and sustainable for generations to come. He has prepared the following keynotes for our event:
- Change is Good: Making the switch to regenerative agriculture
- Benefits of Regenerative Farming: Why this method of farming is a viable sytematic approach
In addition to hearing from Rick Clark, attendees will get to see several other presentations and panel discussions on a variety of subjects led by local leaders and professionals related to opportunities in regenerative ag.
Only 250 spots are available. To reserve your spot for this highly anticipated conference please fill out this form here.
Interested in sponsoring this event? Contact Hilary at hilary@SpokaneCD.org