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NOFA-NH Winter Conference


14th Annual WINTER


"Grow Well ~ Eat Well"

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Rundlett Middle School

144 South Street, Concord NH

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President of The Land Institute
Salina, Kansas

Wes Jackson resigned a professorship with tenure to found The Land Institute in 1976.


Pew Scholar, MacArthur Fellow, and Right Livelihood Award.


His books include Nature as Measure: The Selected Essays of Wes Jackson,

Consulting the Genius of the Place,

Becoming Native to This Place,

Man and the Environment, New Roots for Agriculture, Meeting the Expectations of the Land (edited with Wendell Berry and Bruce Colman), Altars of Unhewn Stone, and Nature As Measure.


Life magazine named Jackson one of 18 individuals it predicts will be among the 100 "important Americans of the 20th century."


He was named one of Smithsonian magazine's "35 who made a difference" in November 2005.



Will Bonsall discussing his Essential Guide to Radical, Self-Reliant Gardening: Innovative Techniques for Growing Vegetables, Grains, and Perennial Food Crops

Laura Ten Eyck and Dietrich Gehring presenting The Hop Grower's Handbook:

The Essential Guide for Sustainable, Small-Scale Production for Home and Market

Ben Hewitt discussing his Nourishing Homestead

Greg Marley discussing Mushrooms and Chanterelle Dreams

Ron Krupp discussing his Woodchuck's Guide to Gardening

Peter Burke discussing his Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening

Russ Cohen discussing his Wild Plants I Have Known...and Eaten


January 30th, 2016

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  • LOCATION: Rundlett Middle School, 144 South Street, Concord, NH

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