As October marches onward, we’re less than 2 months away from the Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show – taking place Dec. 5-8 in Covington, KY, right across the river from beautiful Cincinnati, OH. Luckily – there is still time to get a deal on your registration!
Sign up by or before next Wednesday, October 19th, to receive a FREE $20 on-site bookstore coupon with your registration! That is about the cost of one book – sometimes more than one, depending on the book. We will have hundreds of titles available at the Eco-Ag Conference, so you won’t want to miss an extra $20 in your pocket!
Meet the Authors and Get Your Book Signed!
Many of the expert speakers at the Eco-Ag Conference are also authors, whose books will be available on-site. There will be scheduled book signings during the Eco-Ag Conference, which is a great time to meet the author face-to-face and come away with an amazing souvenir – as well as top-notch education within the book!
Check out our latest blog post about which authors you can meet at the 2022 Eco-Ag Conference book signings – or scroll down to check out a handful of the titles by speakers that will be available!
You won’t want to miss the great deal – sign up before next Wednesday, October 19th to get your FREE $20 on-site bookstore coupon added to your registration!
Books by 2022 Eco-Ag Conference Speakers
This is not a comprehensive list! View our full speaker list here.
Restoration Agriculture by Mark Shepard
Restoration Agriculture explains how we can have all of the benefits of natural, perennial ecosystems and create agricultural systems that imitate nature in form and function while still providing for our food, building, fuel and many other needs — in your own backyard, farm or ranch. Learn more here.
Don’t forget to check out Water for Any Farm here – the follow-up companion to Restoration Agriculture.
Quality Agriculture by John Kempf
In Quality Agriculture, John Kempf interviews a group of growers, consultants, and scientists who describe how to think and farm differently in order to produce exceptional results in the field. Their remarkable insights will challenge you, encourage you, and inspire gratitude and joy for the rewards of working with natural systems. Learn more here.
What Your Food Ate by Anne Biklé and David Montgomery
David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé take us far beyond the well-worn adage to deliver a new truth: the roots of good health start on farms. What Your Food Ate marshals evidence from recent and forgotten science to illustrate how the health of the soil ripples through to that of crops, livestock, and ultimately us. Learn more here.
Mistletoe and the Emerging Future of Integrative Oncology by Dr. Nasha Winters
Today, many allopathic medical practitioners are beginning to seek out a greater connection with holistic and integrative approaches. The authors of this book introduce one specific therapy and make a case for integrative health in general, including anthroposophically extended medicine, naturopathy, and other holistic approaches. Learn more here.
Farming Without Losing Your Hat by Paul Dorrance
This book just might be the most honest book about starting a farm ever published. The writing, simple but filled with detailed information, takes a practical-only approach, focusing on the less-glamorous but essential parts of farming and ranching successfully today. Author Paul Dorrance shares from his own real-world experiences and reminds us again and again —farming is not just a calling, it’s also a tough business. Learn more here.
View the list of book signings scheduled here.