All 2007 Acres U.S.A. Conference Lecture & Workshop

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All 2007 Lecture & Workshop Audio

All workshops recorded between Dec. 6-8, 2007, in Louisville, Kentucky.

THURSDAY, December 6, 2007

The Consumer Rules: Food Nutrient Density, Taste & Shelf Life by Arden Andersen

Changing U.S. Organic Farming Standards & Permitted Organic Materials by David DeCou

Nutrient Exchange & the Biological Farmer by Gary Zimmer

A Diversified Small Farm — How Tough, Southern Soil Sprang to Life by Malcolm Beck

The Raison d’Être of Plant Secondary Metabolites — Understanding the Cascade Effect of These Nutrients by Jerry Brunetti

Using Composted Liquid Manure for Soil & Foliar Plant Nutrient Applications by James Ladlie

Recovering the Values — Welcoming Remarks by Charles Walters

Keynote: The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund: An Idea Whose Time Has Come by Sally Fallon

FRIDAY, December 7, 2007

Meet the Beetles by Mark Sturges

Plant Nutrient Interactions by Bruce Tainio

Teaming With Life: Working with the Soil Foodweb by Jeff Lowenfels

Weed Control — Cultural, Mechanical, Cultivation & Deeper by Klaas & Mary-Howell Martens

Moving Beyond Zero-Input Organic — Sophisticated Systems for Large-Scale Growers by Gerald Wiebe

National Organic Program — An Insider’s View by Mark Keating & Cissy Bowman

Soil Carbon: Increasing Crop Productivity, Water Use Efficiency & Farm Profitability by Andre Leu

Organic on the Edge — What You Need to Do to Protect Your Organic Premium by Bill Wolf

Developing a Holistic Farm System to Prevent Soil-Borne Disease by Bob Shaffer

Converting Cropland to a Grass-Based Finishing Farm by Karl Dallefeld

To Grow the Best: The Remarkable Potential Awaiting Farmers Who Accept the Challenge by Bob Cannard

Advanced Grazing — Fine Tuning Your Grazing System by Sarah Flack

Keynote: Farming for Profit and Quality of Life by John Ikerd

SATURDAY, December 8, 2007

A Successful Transition Formula by Howard Vlieger

Enhancing the Organic Veterinary Tools’ Performance by Balancing the Soil & High-Forage Diets by Paul Dettloff

Making Large-Scale Farms More Biological by Randy Thomas

A Dangerous Form of Malnutrition — Cattle, Weaning & Rumination by Gearld Fry

Paramagnetism — Gaining a Deeper Understanding of this Mysterious Force of Nature by Malcolm Beck

Exposing NAIS — the Devil IS in the Details by Bruno Schmidt

Defending His Rights — a Farmer Confronts NAIS by Greg Niewendorp

10 Things You Should Do to Prevent or Treat Cancer by Jerry Brunetti

How to Get Certified Organic by Cissy Bowman

Advanced Cover Cropping — Fine Tuning your System by Bob Shaffer

Closing Keynote: A Special Evening with Wendell Berry

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