Registration Now Open Below!
Current SFA members will receive an emailed link for a $10 discount on registration. If you did not receive this email and feel that you should have, email gro.n1422533906m-afs1422533906@nosa1422533906j1422533906.
Vendors and Exhibitors: Click here to download the 2015 SFA Annual Conference Vendor/Exhibitor application form.
Volunteer registration is now open – all 2015 volunteers receive a newly designed SFA t-shirt. Volunteers are needed to be session monitors, help with parking and registration, setup/teardown, and more. To volunteer or to learn more, contact SFA Volunteer Coordinator Gretchen Boyum at 218.535.1567 or moc.l1422533906iamg@1422533906smraf1422533906muyob1422533906.
Start your day off right at the SFA Leaders Breakfast – add our special 7:30 a.m. breakfast event to your Conference registration below and enjoy a buffet meal with key SFA leaders as well as a special presentation from SFA Executive Director John Mesko.
Want more details? Check out our “Schedule and Other Cool Stuff” page to learn about the Pre-Conference Reception and Jam Session, how to submit legal questions for our Q&A, and more!
The 2015 SFA Annual Conference will be Feb. 14, 2015, at the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn. Register below.
Pre-registration ends Jan. 30.
Quick Register below; to view the full registration page, click here.
Children’s Programming is returning in 2015 and will be led by Monica Irwin of Budding Farmers. Children ages 3-12 are invited to register for this special programming, focused on the idea that all kids should know where their food comes from. Note: Children’s attendees must be potty trained. Ages 2 and under are welcome to attend the Annual Conference for free but will be the responsibility of their parents.
The venue at St. Ben’s is a familiar, centrally located one that’s easily accessible. Lunch is not included with registration; instead, you’ll enjoy a lengthy break, during which, you may eat at St. Ben’s, walk to one of the local-foods restaurants in St. Joe, or bring a sack lunch. The idea is to give you the freedom to network at your own pace, and to take advantage of the quaint surroundings.
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