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Soil and Nutrition Conference

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NOFA/Mass and Bionutrient Food Association present a conference on innovative and organic farming practices for improving soil and farm profitability. This conference aims to grow the movement for enhancing soil fertility as a basis for the long-term ecological and economic sustainability of farming, the environment, and society as a whole. This year's conference features two international experts on soil fertility:

Register online or, by mail-in registration.

Graeme Sait is author of “Nutrition Rules”, and founder of Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS) – a world leader in biological agriculture. Through his internationally acclaimed four-day Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture, he has trained over 20,000 farmers and consultants globally. His presentations, often described as "life changing", offer a fusion of entertainment, education and inspiration.

Joel Williams is a talented young agronomist and spirited educator who co-presents at many of Graeme's seminars around the world. He worked with NTS for several years prior to embarking on an international consulting career. He is currently based in London where he is responsible for creating an edible campus to feed the students at a major university.

This three day event is a must-see for growers and consultants seeking to expand their growing skills with cutting edge strategies. You will learn to create healthy, disease-free soils and resilient, problem-free crops. In three action-packed days you will gain invaluable guidelines to improve production and profitability on your farm, improve your health and vitality, and increase your likelihood of achieving peace and harmony in life.
What should I expect to gain?

1) Greater understanding of mineral balancing and trace mineral requirements in the soil, plant, animal, and human.

2) New strategies to balance, invigorate, and expand the hidden workforce of microorganisms for enhanced farm profitability, using specific organisms as problem solvers. 3) Deepened recognition of the power of foliar fertilizing, natural plant growth stimulants, leaf analysis, and in-field monitoring tools.

4) Profound realizations about the interrelationship between soil health, animal health, human health, and planetary health.

For more information, details about food, lodging, transportation, and to register: Soil and Nutrition Conference:
With Graeme Sait and Joel Williams
February 2 - 4, 2014
(Starts Sunday at 9:00am; ends Tuesday at 5:30pm)