34th Annual California Small Farm Conference Offers Virtual and Small In-person Events
The California Small Farm Conference, which will be held from February 27 – March 3, will offer four days filled with more than 50 online workshops, forums and videos as well as one day with small, in-person regional sessions in communities across the state. The conference will offer sessions in both English and Spanish. In addition, admission to the conference is on a “pay-what-you-can” basis.
The conference covers a wide range of topics of interest to small farm operators including:
- Drought management
- Farm viability
- Nitrogen management
- Cover crops
- Women in ag tech
- Ecological and climate smart farming
- Healthy soils
- Farming through wildfire season
- FSMA updates and preparedness
- Pollinator conservation
The complete small farm conference agenda is available online.
On March 3, in-person gatherings will be held across the state. An interactive map is available online to assist growers in finding a local gathering near them. California avocado growers can access in-person events in San Luis Obispo, Ventura and San Diego regions.