Minnesota Department of Agriculture invites proposals and suggestions for educational breakout sessions at the 2017 Minnesota Organic Conference, set for January 12-13. Ideas for presenters or proposals for presentations can be submitted via a simple online form by June 15. A planning committee will review all the suggestions and recommend a variety they think will interest prospective, beginning, experienced, and expert organic farmers of all types and farm sizes. The department pays for presenters' conference registrations and can reimburse mileage. A $100 honorarium is also given to presenters who are farmers.
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