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A highlight of the Michigan farm conference season is the MOFFA Organic 
Intensives scheduled for Thursday, March 10 and the Organic Reporting 
Session scheduled for Friday, March 11.  Both events are taking place on 
the MSU campus at Brody Hall, across from the Kellogg Conference Center. 
   The MOFFA Organic Intensives are a key part of how we fulfill our 
mission of promoting organic agriculture and the development and support 
of food systems that revitalize and sustain local communities.

We have three excellent Organic Intensive programs that will make it 
difficult for you to choose just one.  Seed Saving, Wild Edibles, and 
Organic Transition are each planned to help you participate in the 
intersection of food, farming and health.  There is detailed information 
about each of the session topics, schedules, and presenters on the 
website at www.moffa.net/OI-2016.html.  Please register early as 
enrollment is limited, and the earlybird registration discount ends 
February 9.

A limited number of scholarships are available so contact us at 
[log in to unmask] if the limitation to participating is the cost of 
registration.  We also have some scholarship support from the 
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program for 
agriculture professionals and educators.  Sponsorship opportunities are 
available  see the sponsorship page at 
www.moffa.net/oi-2016-sponsorshipship.html.

Please share this information widely.  We look forward to seeing you on 
March 10 and 11.

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