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2017 Polyface Farm's Intensive Discovery Seminars

If you ever wanted to go behind the scenes with the Salatin family, this is your opportunity. Visit the Salatins and learn firsthand about grass-fed beef, pastured poultry and pork, pastured rabbits, ponds and irrigation, scaling up production, on-farm processing, marketing, and more!

$900 per person

Includes two-day seminar & six meals.

Monday-Tuesday, July 17-18
Friday-Saturday, July, 21-22
Friday-Saturday, July, 28-29

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Also, receive 20% off our selection of books written by Joel Salatin with any Polyface Seminar registration. Use promotional code POLYFACE17. To receive discount, purchase must be made at time of registration.

Enjoy the best Polyface Farm has to offer. Limited to 30 people in order to maintain intimacy.

It is worth coming just for the meals!

December 5-8 in Columbus, Ohio

Now, in it’s 44th year, Acres U.S.A.’s Eco-Agriculture Conference & Trade Show will feature three days of expert educational sessions and workshops on sustainable and organic agriculture, a dynamic trade show, and many more opportunities to learn and engage with others passionate about ecological agriculture.

Pictured above, Acres U.S.A. Conference & Trade Show in Columbus, Ohio.

Eco-Agriculture 2017 will feature:
• 1400+ attendees
• 100+ exhibitors
• 5 full day pre-conference intensive workshops to choose from
• Three days of expert learning sessions
• Educational movie screenings
• Consulting hours that connect you with the customized answers you need
• The opportunity to meet and learn from your peers and experts that share your passion for sustainable and organic agriculture

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Last year’s Eco-Agriculture Conference in Omaha was a great success – take a look at some of what you missed:

The Art & Science of Modern Eco-Ag

5 Key Messages from the 2016 Acres U.S.A. Conference

Missed the 2016 Acres U.S.A. Conference in Omaha? Consider spending some of your tractor time with the session recordings ─ the next best thing to being there.