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    OEFFA/NOFA-NY Conference Special

    New year, new deal!

    We know 2020 has been a tough year, tougher for some.

    If you’re able to help someone in need, you’ll be thanked with a special deal:

    For $250, you can register for both the OEFFA (February 10-15) and NOFA-NY (January 16-23) conferences and donate an OEFFA conference scholarship to someone else!

    And, like the OEFFA conference, if you can’t attend all the sessions live, you can watch the videos on demand.

    Click here to get the OEFFA/NOFA-NY Conference Special!

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    Scholarships and Flexible Pricing Available

    The 2021 OEFFA conference is the most affordable and convenient yet!

    Not only can you skip the travel and hotel room costs, but if you’re on a budget, we have scholarships and a new sliding scale option which can help.

    Members who can’t afford the full registration price can get access to dozens of hours of educational video sessions and the Socio virtual conference environment for as little as $60!

    Scholarships for are available for people of color who are or want to be in food system work, who have not previously attended the conference. Scholarships will be awarded beginning the week of January 4. Apply for the scholarship here.

    Scholarship are also available for beginning farmers with financial need. The deadline to apply is January 6. Apply for the scholarship here.

    We want everyone who wants to attend the conference to be able to attend! Contact Renee Hunt at (614) 947-1642 or renee@oeffa.org if you can’t afford the sliding scale price and don’t qualify to apply for a beginning farmer or diversity conference scholarship.

    Learn more and register here.

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    Registration is Now Open!

    Registration is now open for the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association’s 42nd annual conference, Our Time: Essential Links for a Strong Food Chain!

    OEFFA’s can’t-miss online conference February 10-15 offers up to six days of learning, sharing, and networking for farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, and others committed to local food, sustainable agriculture, and green living. The event will feature:

    • The ability to join from anywhere by computer or phone
    • More than 60 educational, inspiring workshops on sustainable farming, livestock, homesteading, gardening, and business—with full access to the recorded workshops through March 31!
    • Powerful keynote sessions with Will Harris, Elaine Ingham, and Navina Khanna
    • In-depth Food and Farm School classes
    • An interactive virtual trade show
    • Mixology and chefinar lessons
    • Interviews, debates, open mic, games, message boards, private chat, and more!

    Sliding scale rates and scholarships are available.

    Be a part of this inspiring community of food and farm advocates helping to build a strong and sustainable food chain! Learn more about the conference and register here.

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