Bionutrient Food Association Soil and Nutrition Conference
December 1-2, 2018
Fruit of the rot
Diversify your farm with mushrooms
Explore the different skills and infrastructure needed for developing a viable mushroom growing business. Discussions will include: evaluating your site, obtaining valuable mushroom strains, evaluating spawn, obtaining substrates, grow room design, cultivation, harvesting, post-harvest handling, and marketing.
About the conference:
Exploring principles, techniques, and practices at the intersection of farm and human ecosystems that can be applied to improve environmental sustainability, food quality, and overall well-being.
Growing the Movement Around Food Quality
Bringing together the collective knowledge of the broader food and environmental movements from the perspective of successful farmers, cutting-edge researchers, enlightened health practitioners, and pioneers of food quality, this conference is the nexus of information and networking for all those interested in coming together around soil and nutrition.
Integrating diverse viewpoints, this year’s program engages growers and gardeners with principles, practices, and innovations for ecologically and financially sound farming, and presents the health-conscious consumer and medical professional valuable insights to effectively advocate and select for quality in their local region and food supply.