28th Annual Spring Conference
Online, March 13-21, 2021
Practical, Affordable, Accessible
The Spring Conference is a one-of-a-kind event that offers workshops on organic growing and sustainable living. Our mission is to provide down-to-earth, practical advice while remaining affordable and accessible.
This year we are going virtual and the conference will be accessible to more people than ever before! Attendees will learn how to farm, garden and live organically through 11 tracks and more than 30 workshops.
You can access the conference LIVE! and for up to 3 months after the event!
2021 Conference Schedule
March 13, 2021 – Kick-off LIVE! Event
Three live Keynote Talks
Teaser videos for our 11 Themed Tracks
A live Q&A with our Keynote speakers
A video social with other attendees
Access to our Exhibit Hall
March 14-19, 2021 – Track Workshops
View 3 pre-recorded hourlong workshops in each of 11 Themed Tracks:
March 20-21, 2021 – LIVE! Track Panel Discussion Sessions
Join a live Panel Discussion with each speaker from the Track workshops
Interact directly with panelists during the live Q & A portion
We will be using the Whova Virtual Event Platform to host the conference.
We have a variety of options to fit your budget. This is an incredible opportunity to access ALL conference classes at an affordable rate.
Live Kick-off only – $20
Single day, no Track access
Single Track – $50
Live Kick-off event, the Track of your choice, and Live Track Panel Discussion
2+ Tracks – $40 per track
Live Kick-off event, the Tracks of your choice, and Live Track Panel Discussions
Full Event – $175
Live Kick-off event, ALL Tracks, and ALL Live Track Panel Discussions
NOTE: You can access the conference LIVE! and for up to 3 months after the event!
Please know that our registration fees for programs do NOT cover our operating expenses. As a 501c3 nonprofit, we rely on donations and other funding to keep providing stellar services to the community. Consider giving over and above your registration fee to support sustainable agriculture education in the Southern Appalachians.