All posts by: Katie Baikie
Save the date – 2019 EFAO Conference in Belleville + How to be involved
Save the Date! Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference December 2 – 5, 2019 | Belleville, ON Workshops: Over 30 intermediate and advanced-level + full-day intensives Keynotes: 3 inspiring presentations 2-Day Trade Show: 25+ ecological businesses and organizations Farmer-led Research: Pre-conference Symposium Banquet Dinner: Member recognition ceremony and live music Don’t miss: Farmer-to-farmer sessions, new farmer events, community meetings, farm tours, locally and ecologically-sourced meals Stay tuned for more information about the venue, program and all other details for what promises to […]
Reserve your Trade Show booth now!
Reserve your Trade Show booth now! Join the Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario (EFAO) for our 5th Annual Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference, December 4th to 6th in London! This year’s Conference, offered in conjunction with the Eastern Canadian Organic Seed Growers’ Network’s (ECOSGN) bi-annual Conference, will once again offer cutting edge training and an inspiring social gathering for […]
Join the 2018 Conference Program Advisory Committee!
It’s that time of year already! We’re looking for members to help set the program for the 2018 Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference. Time requirements include some emailing and 1-2 phone calls. Contact Katie Baikie (firstname.lastname@example.org, 519-822-8606) by Monday, February 12 to express your interest.
Conference registration is now OPEN!
Registration is now OPEN! 3rd Annual Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference November 30th – December 2nd Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Kingston Visit conference.efao.ca or call 1-877-822-8606 to register. Join over 300 ecological growers and supporters from across Ontario and beyond for an incredible three days packed full of practical farmer training, networking opportunities, and celebration. A draft […]
Introducing this year’s conference artwork!
It’s official: this year’s Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference has artwork to illustrate the theme ‘Resilient Agriculture: Our Soils, Our Systems, Ourselves.’ As the 3rd Annual Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference heads out East for the first time, it is fitting that this year’s conference artwork literally paints a picture of the farming community we are […]
Call for Conference Artwork!
This year’s Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference will be held in Kingston from November 30 to December 2. We have started building another exciting program, inviting inspiring speakers, and planning a delicious menu. As part of the preparations, we are seeking artwork to illustrate this year’s conference theme, Resilient Agriculture: Our soils, our systems, ourselves. […]
Register by November 1 for early-bird discounts!
Register by November 1 for early-bird discounts! Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference December 3-5, 2015 Four Points by Sheraton in London, Ontario To register for the conference, visit conference.efao.ca/register. Conference registration rates will increase on November 2, so be sure to register before then! You can also find the full program and roster of incredible […]
Registration opens October 1!
Conference Registration opens October 1st! Registration for EFAO’s 2nd Annual Conference Our Living Soils will open on Thursday, October 1st. Join over 250 ecological growers and supporters from across Ontario (and beyond!) on December 3rd to 5th in London (at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel) for an incredible three days of tours, workshops, and […]
Save the Date!
SAVE THE DATE! Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference December 3-5, 2015 London, Ontario 300 participants and over 30 workshops on market gardening, livestock, soil, seed saving, field crops and more. Help us shape this conference! What do you want to learn about? Who do you want to hear from? Here’s how you can participate: ADVISORY […]
2014 Conference in the News
An overview of the Ecological Farmers of Ontario Conference in the Orillia Packet: click here A piece in Better Farming on the conference workshop pitching EFAO’s proposal to create an on-farm research network in Ontario: Click here “The need to ‘grow’ more topsoil” from Ralph Martin about the Keynote Speaker Abe Collins in the […]