Thank you to all our speakers, sponsors, volunteers, attendees, vendors, Board members, and staff for helping to make the 5th Annual Winter Conference a success.


Keynote speakers Jennifer and Pete Salinetti of Woven Roots Farm in Tyringham, MA kicked off the day with a presentation on no-till, bio-intensive, regenerative agriculture practices.  Over the day, participants had nine different workshops to choose from and shared in a delicious potluck lunch.  Below, Ben Hewitt of Lazy Mill Hill Farm in VT presents about the Family Cow, Julie Rawson and Jack Kittredge talk about practical no-till carbon farming, and Rick Hermonont, Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm and Farm Credit East discusses the basics tools for a profitable livestock business.

Soil, Plant, and Farm Methodology Course


Presented by John Kenny, Big Train Farm and sponsored by NOFA/RI.

The seventh annual (2018) spring course for farmers, gardeners, and others interested in the world of soil and plant health and function. This course covers foundational and current soil science, crop science, and soil maintenance principles with a focus on organic-farming methodology.


What Days and Time? Two consecutive Saturdays:  March 31st and April 7th.  3pm – 7 pm.
Bell Street Chapel, 5 Bell Street, Providence RI.
Learn more and resister here.


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