Come to this one-day conference to learn more about ditching and switching unnecessary chemicals from your home, self-sufficiency, your local foodshed, and doable homesteading hacks for your suburban/urban home. Everything from backyard chickens, ferments, and composting will be covered. Come meet kindred spirits and learn some new skills.
A catered lunch from B.Good sourced from our local foodshed is included in your registration.
Annie is the co-founder of Sylvanaqua Farms, a third-way agriculture business. Through strategic partnerships with large landowners including Stratford Hall and Monpelier, Sylvanaqua Farms aims to create spaces that serve multiple functions: restoring ecology, growing food, and serving as recreational and educational areas. Starting from a balcony garden in DC, Sylvanaqua Farms now provides over 5000 broilers and 100 hogs to customers throughout Virginia. Annie's experience includes everything from chicken processing and home butchery to regulation compliance and brokering partnership agreements.
Registration/Check-in opens at 8:30am on Saturday, September 14th and the first workshop begins at 9am. Parking is free. You’ll have a choice of one of three workshops at each of the three workshop hours: 9am, 10am, and 11am. At 12:30pm, we will all convene under the beautiful outdoor Pavilion for a catered lunch by B.Good and hear from our keynote Annie Newman cofounder of Sylvan Aqua Farms. Vendor area and conference officially ends at 2pm.
The Charlottesville Waldorf School
120 Waldorf School Road
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Free parking on site.
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