All 2008 Acres U.S.A. Conference Lecture & Workshop

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All 2008 Lecture & Workshop Audio 

All workshops recorded Dec. 4-6, 2008, in St. Louis, Missouri

THURSDAY, December 4, 2008

Growing Foods That Make A Difference by Dr. Arden Andersen

Organic Agriculture Can Feed the World by Andre Leu

More Carbon! Twenty Years of Improving Soils on Large Family Farms by Dean Craine

A Truly Diversified Farm by Steffen Schneider

Two Limiting Factors of a Healthy Soil by Michael Martin Melendrez

Developing A Personal Relationship with Everything on the Farm by Jean-Paul Courtens

Keynote: Renewing America’s Food Traditions: Saving & Savoring the Continent’s Most Endangered Foods by Gary Paul Nabhan

FRIDAY, December 5, 2008

Using Cover Crops to Develop Disease-Suppressive Farming Soils by Bob Shaffer

Nutritional Wisdom of the Body by Dr. Fred Provenza

Ask the Plant — Using Leaf & Petiole Analysis to Determine Plant Nutrition Needs by Noel Garcia

Corpus Agrarius: Understanding the Futility of Organic Monoculture by Jerry Brunetti

Dealing with Excess Water & Flooding by Neal Kinsey

The Honeybee Crisis: Symptomatic For our Failure to Care for Nature by Gunther Hauk

Real-World CSA Management by Gena Nonini

Healthy Roots: Strategies for Growing a Strong Foundation by Dr. Joel Gruver

Stray Currents, a Primer for Livestock Producers by Dr. Paul Dettloff

To Till or Not to Till by Gary Zimmer

Minerals for the Tumor- Suppressing Genes by Dr. Richard Olree

A Beast of Muddy Brain by Charles Walters

Keynote: Health from the Soil Up: Britain’s Organic Pioneers — Prophets or Pipe-Dreamers by Roger Newman Turner

SATURDAY, December 6, 2008

The False Promise of Traceability in Our Food Supply by Judith McGeary

Reading Bovine Hair Coats by Dr. Paul Dettloff

Carbon Farming: Increasing Crop Productivity & Water Use Efficiency by Andre Leu

Opportunities in Rare & Minor Breeds by Kelly Klober

Certified Organic Production & Regulation Update by Mark Keating

Cows Eat Seed Heads, Pigs Eat Acorns by Joel Salatin

Biodynamic Composting: Demystifying the BD Preps by Gunther Hauk

Cows, Cancer & Consciousness by Jerry Brunetti

Closing Keynote: Taking Back Our Food: And If We Did, What Would Tomorrow Look Like? by Joel Salatin

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