Indiana Small Farm Conference

A news release Friday from Purdue University indicated that, “As much of the Midwest shivered during a mid-January blast of arctic cold temperatures, organizers of the 2018 Indiana Small Farm Conference and trade show were looking forward to the warm sun of spring.

“‘Planting season will be here before you know it,’ said Michael O’Donnell, Purdue Extension organic and diversified agriculture educator and one of the event organizers. ‘If you are a beginning farmer, small-scale or diversified producer, attending the Indiana Small Farm Conference is the perfect opportunity to learn about new trends in production, marketing and other vital topics before the 2018 growing season gets underway.’

“The conference is March 1-3 at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds in Danville. Registration is now underway on the conference website at”

The Purdue update added that,”O’Donnell said there was still time to register for the conference at a reduced, early-bird rate. For those who sign up through Feb. 5, cost is $75 for one day, $135 for two days and $190 for three days. Admission for children age 12 and younger is $20, $35 and $45. After Feb. 5, the cost will be $90, $162 and $228.

“‘It’s especially important to sign up early if you are interested in participating in one of the daylong workshops that open the conference,’ he noted. ‘Space is filling up fast.'”

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