Join us for the 7th Annual
Soil & Nutrition Conference!

 

Growing The Movement Around Food Quality




Register for what promises to be the most exciting Soil & Nutrition conference yet.
After years of work, we will be unveiling our first prototype of the Bionutrient Meter, navigating the future of the quality food movement and sharing an inspiring time with a community of allies and educators ready to engage and empower participants.

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A Note from Founder & Executive Director, Dan Kittredge

Dear Bionutrient Food Association Members & Supporters:
It is with much excitement that I invite you to join us for the 7th annual Soil & Nutrition conference coming up November 28-30 at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center, in Southbridge, Massachusetts.

For so many reasons, this year's conference is going to be especially spectacular! We are not only honored to be bringing you a luminous array of leaders in soil and nutrition to teach the cutting edge information available today, but we will also hold a press conference to introduce the first handheld prototype of the Bionutrient Meter to measure quality and nutrient density, initially making it available to researchers. This first version of the device will help launch the new Real Food Campaign to make the unit affordable for people around the world.

Before the conference even starts, we will host a creative strategy meeting on November 28th with key leaders in the food quality movement, to collaborate and dig deeply into the implementation of the Real Food Campaign. We look forward to your participation in crafting a multi-pronged approach to drive the systemic shift in the quality of the food supply we have been seeking. Together, we will take vital steps to meaningfully achieve our goals as we get into the full conference.

For the first time in our conference history, in light of the world premier of the Bionutrient Meter, I will be giving this year's keynote address, happily sharing the amazing progress that we've been going through at the Bionutrient Food Association to bring the tool to life. We'll discuss how it works and ways we are ready to move markets in the direction of the best quality food possible on earth.

We very much look forward to seeing you at this year's exemplary event!

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Conference Speaker Spotlight

Dr. Elaine Ingham, Researcher, Author
and Founder & President of Soil Foodweb, Inc.

World-renowned leader in soil microbiology, Dr. Ingham's mission is to return health to soil, so natural nutrient cycling and disease suppression occur, allowing nutrient-dense, maximum yields of the desired plants. In short, Ingham's message is that if you are interested in health, you have to be interested in healthy soil.

David R. Montgomery, Growing A Revolution

David is an internationally recognized geologist who studies landscape evolution and author of award winning books (Dirt, The Rocks Don't Lie, and The Hidden Half of Nature), Dave explores how soil shapes us and how we have shaped soil. In his latest work, Growing a Revolution, Dave cuts through standard debates about conventional and organic farming to show how regenerative agriculture can sustain the soil microbiome, and thereby a farmer's crops and livelihood.

Dr. Christine Jones, Founder, Carbon of Life, Inc.

Dr. Christine Jones is an internationally renowned soil ecologist. She has a wealth of experience working with innovative landholders to implement regenerative land management practices that enhance biodiversity, increase biological activity, sequester carbon and create new topsoil. Christine is the founder of Amazing Carbon and Carbon for Life, two organizations that inspire and publicize efficient, effective and prosperous ways for farmers and citizens to eradicate mass emissions of greenhouse gases and improve soil quality in order to create an abundance of thriving resources for growing produce.

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The 7th Soil & Nutrition Conference
will be held at
Southbridge Hotel
& Conference Center

in Southbridge, MA, [map]

Discover a peaceful New England getaway at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center, located minutes from Sturbridge and less than an hour’s drive from Boston, Springfield, Hartford, CT, and Providence, RI.

Nestled alongside the Quinebaug River in the charming Massachusetts town of Southbridge, this acclaimed property provides an ideal setting for both a relaxing retreat and productive conference.

With an impressive 24,000 square feet of high-tech meeting space, property-wide wi-fi and on-site audiovisual technicians, our conference center is one of the most advanced facilities in New England.

The 203 spacious guest rooms include refrigerators, coffeemakers, HD TVs, premium bath amenities and large comfy beds. Work desks also make it easy to stay connected and productive during your visit for the Soil & Nutrition Conference.

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NEW VIDEO

Living Web Farms has produced four parts of the two day talk Dan Kittredge did at their North Carolina education farm in April. Part 5 is in production with much more on the way. So far, the series has over 14,000+ views and counting!
The movement to rapidly increase the quality of our food, starts at the grassroots with YOU and your participation at the nexus of where soil, minerals, plants, health and community come together:



The 7th Annual Soil & Nutrition Conference



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