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The conference committee thanks these businesses and organizations for their support of this event:





"Betting the Farm," Edible Hudson Valley, Whisk Fall 2013

"From Farm to Table," Orion magazine, Nov/Dec 2013

The USDA on Food Hubs, source:

"Everything and the Kitchen Sink," Notre Dame Magazine, Winter 2013/14

"Can a Banh Mi Save the World?," Food Management magazine, April 2014


General Information

Kellogg Music Center
Bard College at Simon's Rock
84 Alford Rd.
Great Barrington, MA

Saturday, April 11, 2015

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Simon's Rock campus map



Conference: $15, additional $10 for lunch

Students (with ID) attend for free.

Please download and complete the registration form to register for the conference. Day-of registrations accepted on a space-available basis.

Questions: Email: Karen Advokaat or call: 413-528-7247


Prelude Event: Film Screening

Join us for this prelude event! A screening of the documentary City Farmers.

Producer/Director Meryl Joseph will lead a discussion after the screening.

Thursday, April 9 at 7:00 PM

Lecture Center

Free and open to the public

Released in 1996, this documentary takes a deep and startling look at the community gardening movement in New York where determined inner-city residents overcome the threat of drug wars, murder, and decay to create gardens that are compelling metaphors of survival.



Lunch Details

Lunch will be catered by Jamie Paxton, a local private chef 
with student volunteers

Conference Poster & Press Release


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