NOFA-NY encourages those with knowledge, experience and passion for organic practices to propose workshop ideas for our 38th Annual Organic Farming and Gardening Conference which will take place in January 2020.

Topics may reflect a broad range of interests, such as integrating successful, sustainable agricultural practices, identifying market strategies for products, describing urban farming and educational experiences, and discussing how our farms and farming practices impact a diverse community. A workshop may run for the standard 75 minutes, or as a 3-hour intensive, depending on topic and practicality, and should provide substantial educational content and/or exposure and practice.

You may submit multiple proposals. Please submit each proposal separately. 

Proposals will be reviewed in late March 2019, after which the NOFA-NY Education Committee may accept, reject, or want to discuss and develop the proposal with you further.

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* 1. Your first and last name:

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* 2. Your mailing address:

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* 3. Your email address:

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* 4. Your phone number:

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* 5. If applicable, who would you recommend or like to see as a keynote speaker?

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* 6. What is the general subject of your proposal?

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* 7. Do you want to present on this topic yourself, or do you want to have others present?

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* 8. If you are recommending a presenter, please include the person's full name, email address, and all other contact info you have available.

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* 9. Describe the specific content of your proposed workshop, and the methods to be used to share that content. If you feel the need to include a justification for its importance, assume an informed audience, and limit your justification to one sentence. Discussion with a PowerPoint or other visual presentation, interactive and/or hands-on sessions that encourage audience participation are especially effective and welcome.

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