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11th Annual Organic Farming Conference-Hopkinsville

Organic Association of Kentucky
The OAK Annual Farming Conference brings together hundreds of participants from Kentucky and beyond to build resilient and healthy food and farming futures for everyone. As part of this 3-event 2022 series, our time in Hopkinsville will explore soil health, forage systems, livestock health, climate resiliency, dairy farming, high tunnel production, organic corn and hay, cover crops, market opportunities, and more – with a farm tour and feed mill tour as well!
Find the full agenda, including keynote speaker John Kempf, at https://www.oak-ky.org/conference-agenda-western
REGISTRATION IS OPEN:

https://www.oak-ky.org/registrationFree and reduced registrations are available!
From the experienced farmer to the beginning farmer, from field production to market opportunities, #OAK2022 will have something for everyone.
Questions? Email us at [email protected]
OAK Welcomes These Trade Show Exhibitors to Hopkinsville:American Farmland Trust, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, KDA Produce Safety, Kentucky Organic Farm and Feed Inc., Lewis Seed Company, Ohio Earth Food, Organic Valley, Solar Energy Solutions, UK Cooperative Extension, and Wendell Berry Farming Program of Sterling College
And We’re Grateful for This Year’s Conference Sponsors, Funders and Program Partners:USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Southern SARE and Southern SARE Kentucky State Model Program, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Grow Appalachia, Kentucky State University, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food and Environment, UK Cooperative Extension Service, American Farmland Trust, Organic Valley, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Earth Tools MOSA Certified Organic, Thoroughbred Landscape Products, Central Kentucky Ag Credit, Edible Magazine, High Mowing Organic Seeds, Natural Resources Defense Council.

11th Annual Organic Farming Conference-Hopkinsville

Organic Association of Kentucky
The OAK Annual Farming Conference brings together hundreds of participants from Kentucky and beyond to build resilient and healthy food and farming futures for everyone. As part of this 3-event 2022 series, our time in Hopkinsville will explore soil health, forage systems, livestock health, climate resiliency, dairy farming, high tunnel production, organic corn and hay, cover crops, market opportunities, and more – with a farm tour and feed mill tour as well!
Find the full agenda, including keynote speaker John Kempf, at https://www.oak-ky.org/conference-agenda-western
REGISTRATION IS OPEN:

https://www.oak-ky.org/registrationFree and reduced registrations are available!
From the experienced farmer to the beginning farmer, from field production to market opportunities, #OAK2022 will have something for everyone.
Questions? Email us at [email protected]
OAK Welcomes These Trade Show Exhibitors to Hopkinsville:American Farmland Trust, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, KDA Produce Safety, Kentucky Organic Farm and Feed Inc., Lewis Seed Company, Ohio Earth Food, Organic Valley, Solar Energy Solutions, UK Cooperative Extension, and Wendell Berry Farming Program of Sterling College
And We’re Grateful for This Year’s Conference Sponsors, Funders and Program Partners:USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Southern SARE and Southern SARE Kentucky State Model Program, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Grow Appalachia, Kentucky State University, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food and Environment, UK Cooperative Extension Service, American Farmland Trust, Organic Valley, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Earth Tools MOSA Certified Organic, Thoroughbred Landscape Products, Central Kentucky Ag Credit, Edible Magazine, High Mowing Organic Seeds, Natural Resources Defense Council.

Hoptown History Hero Virtual Summer Camp

Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County as they offer a virtual camp this summer!

The “camp” will begin on Tuesday, June 9 and will run for eight consecutive weeks to conclude with a final party and ceremony on Saturday, August 1. Each week focuses on an era or interesting stories from our community’s history. At the end of each week, our heroes-in-training will earn a special badge – and at the end of the program, participants will become an official Hoptown History Hero.

The program is geared for kids between ages 7 and 12. Modifications for younger children and even for adults are available upon request.

Registration for the program is required and opens on Friday, May 22. Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hoptown-history-hero-summer-camp-tickets-105994536512 or by calling 270-887-4270 on Monday through Friday from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Registration fee is $75 per person for the 8-week program.

Just want to join for one week? Registration for each week individually is $15 per person and can be done online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hoptown-history-hero-summer-camp-tickets-105994536512 or by calling 270-887-4270.

Museum Members receive a 20% discount on full or weekly registration. Interested in becoming a Museum Member? Visit http://www.museumsofhopkinsville.org/membership/ for more information.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Museum at 270-887-4270 or by email at [email protected]. For event flyer, please see below.

 

H&R Agri-Power Combine Clinic

Come on out to H&R Agri-Power’s Combine Support Clinic! The event will be held on Thursday, August 1st, at The Bruce (located at 303 Conference Center Dr.)

> Registration at 7:30 am.
> Breakfast at 8:00 am, with clinic to follow.
> Valuable Tips & Info!
> Case IH Reps On-Hand!
> Door Prizes!
> PLUS MUCH MORE!!!

Please RSVP by Monday, July 29th to 270-886-3918.