Sierra Harvest’s Sustainable Food & Farm Conference

Farmers, ranchers, backyard gardeners, and foodies – don’t miss Sierra Harvest’s Sustainable Food & Farm Conference, February 9-11th, 2018. Mingle with Joel Salatin, Daphne Miller, MD and the Kaisers of Singing Frog Farm. Join us for farm tours, Ag Tech Micro Conference plus 20 additional educational workshops!

Sierra Harvest’s Sustainable Food and Farm Conference Feb. 9-11, 2018 in Grass Valley has something for everyone whether you are a farmer, backyard gardener or just love good food!

Joel Salatain, the “prince of pasture” is one the world’s most famous ranchers, and will inspire with new techniques for improving the health of your farm and increasing the profits of your business.

Daphne Miller MD, a family physician and author of Farmacology, will share why she prescribes locally raised vegetables to her patients and the surprising ways that local, organic farms and gardens can improve your health.

The Kaisers at Singing Frog Farm will share how their no-till, high yield farming techniques – generating over $100,000 in sales per acre – can be applied to your farm or home garden and improve your local ecology.

New Conference Features

Mushroom Cultivation Workshop, only 15 spaces left! Learn how to cultivate your own edible and medicinal mushrooms at home.

Nevada County Farm Tour schedule just announced! This year tour features winter veggie cultivation, a historic timber farm, and how to use goats for land management. Only 20 tickets left!

Full Scholarships now available for livestock and poultry farmers through FACT.

Post-Harvest Handling & Food Safety Workshop – this full-day workshop includes action plans and templates to help farmers create on-farm food safety plan.

Ag Tech Micro Conference connects farmers and technology developers for an inspiring look at the future of farming.

Saturday keynotes: Joel Salatin, Singing Frogs Farm, Daphne Miller MD.

Sunday Workshops: Create your own curriculum to build the skills you need most!
Discounts are still available to farmers and ranchers – get 60% off registration fees if you qualify!Learn more or get your tickets now at

Contact: Rachel Berry – or 530-265-2343