All 2009 Acres U.S.A. Conference Lecture & Workshop

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All 2009 Lecture & Workshop Audio

All workshops recorded Dec. 3-5, 2009, in St. Paul, Minnesota.

THURSDAY, December 3, 2009

Back to the Key Principles — When the Eco-Input Isn't Enough by Gary Zimmer

Weeds — Gaining the Upper Hand With Soil & Tissue Tests by David Nelson

Biochar Truth & Consequences by Ron Poitras

Developing a Biodiverse Pasture by Karl Dallefeld

Advanced Soil Ecology & the Soil Food Web by Michael Martin Meléndrez

Rebuilding the Soil, Maintaining the Plant by Wayne Tucker

Keynote: Taking Back the American Food Chain by Mark McAfee

FRIDAY, December 4, 2009

The Importance of Dietary Variety for Animals by Dr. Fred Provenza

One Field at a Time — Making a Practical Conversion to Biodynamics on Large-Scale Acreages by Dewane Morgan

Soil as a Superorganism by Jerry Brunetti

A Quick (But Useful & Important) Introduction to the Soil Food Web by Jeff Lowenfels

Advancing a Large Organic Farm by Klaas & Mary-Howell Martens

Raw Milk & Food Rights by David Gumpert

Building Life in the Soil by Neal Kinsey

A High-Density Grazing System That Works by Greg Judy

Accomplishing Organic No-Till by Jeff Moyer

Economic Impact of Amending Pasture Soils by Cindy Daley, Ph.D.

Keynote: Organic Production — A Matter of Survival by Ronnie Cummins

SATURDAY, December 5, 2009

Soil Building & Herd Productivity Through Tall Residual Grazing by Cody Holmes

Rascal to Remedy — Fungus on the Farm by Jeffery Anderson

Economics of Reduced Grain Inputs Under Managed Intensive Grazing by Cindy Daley, Ph.D.

An Organic Farmer's View of Soil, Soil Testing & Soil Fertility by Klaas Martens

How We Built a Profitable Grazing Operation Using Leased Land by Greg Judy

10 Tips to Increase Greenhouse Profitability by Jon Frank

Food as Medicine: Producing "Medicinal" Beef by Gearld Fry

Closing Keynote: A Constitutional Roadmap to Environmental Security by Michael Diamond

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