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[SANET-MG] You're Invited! Tilth's 30th Anniversary Conference & Celebration
Tilth Producers of Washington & Oregon Tilth,
with generous support from HumanLinks Foundation, Newman's Own Organics and
Organic Valley Family of Farms, proudly present:
Tilth: Transforming the World One Fork at a Time
A Special 30th Anniversary Conference & Celebration!
Portland, Oregon - November 12-14, 2004
Tilth's 30th Anniversary Conference promises to be a major event. In
addition to dozens of workshops, Keynote speakers Vandana Shiva and Jim
Hightower will provide a global context for envisioning Tilth's role in
promoting sustainable agriculture in the Pacific Northwest.
Other Featured Speakers:
and many more!
Special Features of This Year's Conference:
* WSU/OSU Research Symposium - "Making the Bugs Work for You: Biological
Control in Organic Agriculture"
* Soil Foodweb Seminar with Elaine Ingham
* Portland Food System Bus Tour
Fresh Organic Meals
Musical Jam Session
Dances of Universal Peace
Complete Conference Details including workshop descriptions, registration
forms and a wealth of background information including the history of the
Tilth movement can be found at:
You may also download and print the entire conference brochure (pdf format,
~1 MB) by going here:
For more information, contact:
P.O. Box 85056
Seattle WA 98145
Chrysalis Farm at Tolstoy
Grower of Organic Produce & Botanicals
33495 Mill Canyon Rd.
Davenport, WA 99122
"The purpose of agriculture is not the production of food, but the
perfection of human beings"
Masanobu Fukuoka - "One Straw Revolution"
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