Home » 1 Week to Go for Eco-Ag Conference Early Bird Deadline! 1 Week to Go for Eco-Ag Conference Early Bird Deadline! August 4, 2021 Make the commitment to your eco-ag education today – and save money at the same time! Join Acres U.S.A. in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the 2021 Eco-Ag Conference and Trade Show and SAVE with Early Bird tickets! You can save $30 when you register by or before August 11th. That’s just one week away! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the very best in modern, eco-agricultural education for less. This year’s Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show will be held IN PERSON from Dec. 6-9. Celebrate 50 years of Acres U.S.A. with hundreds of farmers, ranchers and industry professionals who are actively improving their operations with a 360-degree approach. Don’t miss out – register today! What You’ll Learn Begin the week with two days of advanced learning at our Eco-Ag U workshops, followed by three days of conference sessions and the Eco-Ag Trade Show. This year our conference sessions will be organized into tracks tailored to your specific farming needs – soil health, animal agriculture, farm strategies, plant nutrition, human health and more. You can stick to one track each day or sample sessions in every track! Eco-Ag U all-day Workshops Our all-day Eco-Ag U Workshop Sessions will take place at the start of the conference on Dec. 6-7. Spend all day learning with your peers from an instructor in a small-classroom environment. Choose one or two full-day workshops, each of which will give you a unique chance for advanced eco-ag learning, classroom discussion and intimate Q&As. Space is limited for Eco-Ag U workshops. Register early to ensure your place! This year’s workshop line-up includes: Monday, Dec. 6 Foundations and Advances in Biological FarmingPresented by John Kempf Learn More here. Monday, Dec. 6 Successful Soil Health Management, Diagnostics & TriagePresented by Nicole Masters Learn More here. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Designing and Building a Successful Permaculture OperationPresented by Mark Shepard Learn More here. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Managing Mineral Nutrition & Plant Disease to Create Resilient CropsPresented by Dr. Don Huber Learn More here.