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2010 ORGANIC PRODUCERS’ CONFERENCE

Category: News
23 September 2009

CALL FOR PAPERS AND WORKSHOP PROPOSALS The Organic Research Centre’s annual producer conference will be taking place once again and we are looking for suggestions for Papers and/or Workshops topics already proposed include: • Growers’ workshops (with OGA) • Consultants’ workshops (with IOTA) • Climate change • Food security • Food quality • Animal health planning (with Aniplan) • Agroforestry • Crop breeding • Communicating the organic message • Understanding market trends • Research priorities • Producer processing challenges and opportunities (with OF&G) Proposals for papers with titles and short summaries (300 words) should be submitted by 2nd October 2009 to: Dr Nic Lampkin, The Organic Research Centre - Elm Farm, Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 0HR Or email organicinform@organicresearchcentre.com Full programme details will be available in early October with booking and registration forms shortly afterwards including Early Bird discount for prompt bookings. If you would like to receive details as soon as they are ready – call 01488 658279 or e-mail organicinform@organicresearchcentre.com www.organicresearchcentre.com and www.organicinform.org For the full article please click here.

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