MAR 5-6, 2020: BRANDON, MB – Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm Conference

Posted by Michalina Hunter on August 15, 2019 1 Comment

think whole farm 2020

Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm 2020

The Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm conference and trade show is back for its third conference! This exciting event will be held March 5th and 6th, 2020 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.

Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm 2020 will bring together the science and practice of organic farming. During 2 days of conference presentations, conference delegates will learn about building soil fertility, managing weeds, the latest cultivation and seeding equipment along with other cross cutting issues such as building biodiversity and responding to a changing climate.

Producers can build their markets by participating in one-on-one business meetings with buyers and networking sessions throughout the event.

This event is an excellent opportunity for students to learn more about this exciting and growing agriculture sector. Students who provide a valid student I.D. will receive free conference passes as well as lunches! To register visit   

We invite the public to the largest organic trade show in Western Canada, to learn more about environmentally friendly farming practices. A 26,000 square foot trade show will be free and open to the public. The trade show will provide one-stop shopping for producers seeking organic certification services, input and equipment providers and associated environmental industries.

This year, we are introducing a new scientific poster session. This is an opportunity for scientists working on projects relevant to organic production in the Prairie/Great Plains region to present results to producers and researchers working in the region.

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One thought on “MAR 5-6, 2020: BRANDON, MB – Prairie Organics: Think Whole Farm Conference

  1. Do do have a permanent culture program like mixed nut n wild fruit farms
    Also are some mb areas more organic than others have f we want to find where to buy land that won’t be sprayed by neighbors

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