This weekend at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Chelsea Green staff and a selection of our northeast-based authors will be attending the Northeast Organic Farming Association’s annual winter conference.
If you’re an aspiring farmer, or a seasoned pro looking to learn some new skills or network with others in your field (pun intended, sorry), the NOFA-VT conference is a great place to spend a day or the full weekend.
Below is a list of authors, the workshops they’ll be leading, and the time of their book signings. Their books will also be on sale, and Chelsea Green staff will be tabling and hosting their signings, so stop by and say hello!
Registration info and further details can be found here .
- Eliot Coleman (The Winter Harvest Handbook ) — Saturday, 2:15 –3:30PM– Keeping Four Season Farming in the Family • Book Signing Following Workshop •
- Ross Conrad (Natural Beekeeping Revised and Expanded Edition ) — Sunday, 2:15-3:30 PM – Apitherapy: Health and Healing from the Hive
- Ben Falk (The Resilient Farm and Homestead ) — Saturday, 10:45-12:00 PM – Homestead Resiliency: Principles in Practice
- Stephen Leslie (The New Horse-Powered Farm ) — Saturday, 3:45-5:00 PM – The New Horse Powered Farm
- David Buchanan (Taste, Memory ) — Friday, February 15 – Fermenting the Harvest
- Jack Lazor (The Organic Grain Grower ) — Sunday, 10:45- 12:00 PM – Growing and Processing Oats for Human Consumption in VT
Sunday, 2:15 – 5:00 PM (Double Session) – Making Organic Even Better by Producing Nutrient Dense Crops for Ourselves and our Livestock
- Susan Clark (Slow Democracy ) — Saturday, 10:45AM- 12:00 PM – Slow Democracy: Skills for Success in Community Change • Book Signing Following Workshop •
- Grace Gershuny (Compost, Vermicompost, and Compost Tea ) — Sunday, 3:45 – 5:00 PM – Is Organic Sustainable?
- Philip Ackerman-Leist (Rebuilding the Foodshed) — Sunday, 1:00 PM • Book Signing Only •