All individuals attending the conference, including children ages 3-17, must register.
MEALS: Your registration includes breakfast, lunch and snacks. You may purchase evening suppers for $17. Children’s suppers are $10.
CHILD REGISTRATION: Children ages 3-17 must be registered to be at the conference. To make the MOSES Conference a family-friendly event, we offer childcare for ages 3-12 at no additional cost.
• 15% charge for refunds requested by Jan. 7 (Early Bird deadline).
• 25% charge for refunds Jan. 8-31.
• 50% charge for refunds Feb. 1-18.
No refunds after that date.
Refunds must be requested in writing. Email email@example.com or mail to: MOSES, PO Box 339, Spring Valley, WI 54767.
Early Bird (through Jan. 7)
Full Conference $210
One-Day Rate (Friday or Saturday) $125
Children* (3-17) $40/day
Organic University (Thursday) $160
Pre-Registration (Jan. 8 through Feb. 18)
Full Conference $230
One-Day Rate (Friday or Saturday) $135
Children* (3-17) $40/day
Organic University (Thursday) $180
On-Site (if available)
Full Conference $300
One-Day Rate (Friday or Saturday) $160
Children* (3-17) $40/day
Organic University (Thursday) $220
* There is no charge to bring children under age 3—they do not need to be registered. During workshops, children must be quiet so other attendees can hear the presenter. Please leave a workshop if your child needs attention.
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Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are included with all registrations. Planning to stay for supper? Get your ticket now to avoid standing in line at the conference.
These full-day classes are held prior to the conference. Fee includes class, breakfast, lunch, snacks, and a custom-made resource book. Scroll down for brief class descriptions.
See full descriptions at organicuniversity.org.
Conservation Programs to Support Organic Farms
Chuck Anderas, Karin Jokela, Brian Pillsbury, Kevin Mahalko, & Mark Doudlah
Organic standards emphasize protecting and improving the natural resources of agricultural land. Fortunately, there are many conservation programs farmers can tap for either technical assistance, financial support, or both to achieve their goals.
Financial Impact of Organic Grain Transition
Paul Dietmann & Jim Munsch
Organic grain nets double the price of conventional—nearly triple for corn—in the current market. If these premium prices have your attention and you’re considering a switch to organic, you need a clear picture of your path forward. This class will help you understand the opportunities and challenges in the organic grain market and give you the tools to forecast your potential profits and prepare for a smooth transition.
Five Steps to a Fair Farm
Elizabeth Henderson & Luke Zigovits
Join the movement of family-scale farms following Agricultural Justice Project guidelines and show your customers and staff that you run a fair, safe business.
Healthy Small Ruminants
Learn the principles of small ruminant health from Gianaclis Caldwell, author of Holistic Goat Care and the Small-Scale Dairy.
Highs and Lows of Growing CBD Hemp
Dylan Bruce, Shelby Ellison, Patrick McHugh, & Leah Sandler
The robust demand for CBD hemp products is creating opportunities for farmers who grow hemp for CBD. Before you jump into the “green rush,” join this discussion of lessons learned and pick up tips to avoid the pitfalls that can happen when growing CBD hemp.
Manage Your High Tunnels for Long-Term Success
Hallie Anderson, Julie Grossman, Cary Rivard, & Anne Pfeiffer
In this session designed for experienced high tunnel growers, you’ll learn how organic management strategies and rotation choices can affect soil health, nutrient management, water salinity, and pest pressure in your high tunnels.
Managed Grazing for Healthier Dairy & Beef Herds
The quality of your pastures impacts rumen fermentation and the health of your animals. When you understand the biology behind this relationship, you can make management decisions that benefit your animals, pastures, and human health.
Rotations for Reduced Tillage & Resilience
David Campbell, Erin Silva, John Wepking, & Brian Luck
Sound and strategic crop rotation plans set the foundation for successful organic grain production. Creating a purposeful crop sequence that integrates cash crops, cover crops, and soil-building phases can minimize the need for tillage while reducing weed and pest pressure and improving soil fertility and health. Get expert advice to help you plan your organic grain rotation.
Start a Producer-Owned Cooperative
Kelly Maynard, FL Morris, & Rod Ofte
If you find that the local infrastructure isn’t supporting your operation the way you need, starting a producer-run cooperative can be just the ticket to getting the job done.
Strategies for Successful Organic Tree-Fruit Production in Midwest
Rami Aburomia & Peter Werts
Raising organic tree-fruit is tricky in the Midwest where growers must manage more insects, diseases, and weeds than in arid regions. Timely management and a clear understanding of the pest complex of tree fruit are essential to the success of small and midsize orchards.
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