The 2021 Eco-Ag Conference – taking place this Dec. 6-9 in Cincinnati, Ohio – already has an amazing lineup of expert speakers. But why wait until December to learn from them? We’ve got a flash sale going on for our 2021 Eco-Ag Conference Speaker Collection, with deals up to 50% off!
But don’t wait – that sale ends at midnight on Monday, Sept. 20! Browse the collection for all our options, and check out some of the best discounts here:
The Living Soil Handbook
Discovering how to meet the soil’s needs is the key task for every market gardener. Farmer Jesse Frost — host of the hugely popular The No-Till Market Garden Podcast — shares all he has learned through interviews and visits with highly successful market gardeners, alongside his extensive experience and experimentation with no-till practices on his own farm.
The Living Soil Handbook is centered around the three basic principles of no-till market gardening: 1) disturb the soil as little as possible, 2) keep it covered as much as possible, and 3) keep it planted as much as possible. Jesse guides readers in applying these three principles for their own garden environment to meet their own goals. Learn more here.
Poisoning Our Children
The chemical-based conventional agriculture industry claims that the synthesized concoctions they sell as pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides are safe when used as directed, but does the scientific evidence truly support their assertions? When pesticide residues are found in 77 percent of all foods in the United States, it’s important to know the truth.
Organic agriculturist André Leu has weeded through a wealth of respected scientific journals to present peer-reviewed evidence proving that the claims of chemical companies and pesticide regulators are not all they seem. Learn more here.
For the Love of Soil
Nearly a third of arable land worldwide has been lost to degradation and erosion over the past 40 years. With decades of experience in regenerative soil systems and their management, agroecologist Nicole Masters delivers solutions to rewind the clock on this increasingly critical crisis.
To face the challenges of today, we must take a soil-first approach to our landscapes, restoring natural cycles, and bringing vitality back to ecosystems. All while putting the food back into food. Learn more here.
There’s plenty more where that came from! Check out the full collection here!