Farmer Rising 2016

Save the date:

Farmers Rising, Oregon’s Beginning Farmer & Rancher Convivium

WHEN: Friday, October 14th-Sunday, October 16th

WHERE: Two Rivers Farm, Springfield, OR

WHAT: a full weekend of workshops, celebration, sharing, eating and drinking, networking, dancing, music-enjoying, & cavorting!

NEW THIS YEAR: A group Q & A with some of the state’s most influentional and experienced growers, the Agrarian Elders Roundtable.

WHO: This event is joyfully brought to you by the folks at Friends of Family Farmers, Rogue Farm Corps, & the South Willamette Beginning Farmers Alliance.

HOW MUCH: $90 for the full weekend, $75 for Saturday and Sunday only. Ticket purchase includes all meals (deliciously catered by Party Downtown), and weekend camping at Two Rivers. Price will increase to $115 on October 3.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED: We’re looking for a few folks who want to lend a hand at this year’s event. In return for 8 hours of volunteering, you’ll recieve a signifcantly discounted weekend ticket. Interested in volunteering at Farmers Rising? Email Molly.

Tickets will go on sale in early September.
In the meantime, stay connected:

Farmers Rising on Facebook

Full event details available here

Have a great remainder of your summer, and hope to see you this fall at Farmers Rising!

Until then, 

Farm On!

Friends of Family Farmers – FoFF brings together farmers and citizens to shape and support socially and environmentally responsible family-scale agriculture in Oregon.
Farm On Oregon – By bringing farmers, future farmers and farm-friendly folks together, our Farm On program builds community centered around agriculture, while sharing knowledge and wisdom in creative, fruitful, supportive & educational ways.
Oregon Farm Link – Looking for farmland? Oregon Farm Link can help! Oregon Farm Link is a free service provided by Friends of Family Farmers that connects beginning farmers and ranchers with land holders to help Oregon grow the next generation of family farmers.
Friends of Family Farmers

249 Liberty St NE Ste 212

Salem, OR 97301

Published by Dairy Creek Community Food Web

Non-profit focused on connecting food systems for the common good...especially for hungry people.

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