Aug 7, 2019
Orlando is site for Organic Food & Farming Summit in November

The third annual Organic Food  & Farming Summit will be held Nov. 21-22 in Orlando, Florida.

The Organic Food and Farming Summit is a statewide educational event geared toward farmers and the public (those who eat, cook and grow good food) to come together and learn new skills and techniques on growing, processing, preparing and selling organic and sustainable foods, on farm and at home.

According to the event organizers, hundreds of farmers, gardeners, educators, students, advocates and exhibitors will be in attendance to connect, share and inspire one another.

This two-day summit will include in-depth educational sessions, classroom workshops, a trade show and much more.

The event will be held at the Renaissance Hotel at SeaWorld. 3. What is the price of Admission?

The price of admission is $200, and includes a workshop pass, breakfast, lunch and reception.

Use the button “Reserve Your Hotel Stay Here” located on every registration page of the event website to book a room at the Renaissance, discounted to $135 for Summit attendees.

Anyone interested in organic and sustainable agriculture is welcome to attend.

Those interested in presenting at the summit, email Emily at [email protected].

 




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