7th Organic Seed Growers Conference: Invitation for Input and Proposals

Organic Seed Alliance is now accepting proposals for presentations, workshops, posters and more in relation to the 7th annual Organic Seed Growers Conference held in Corvallis, Oregon.


| June 25, 2013



Organic Seed Growers Conference

Conference attendees include farmers, seed producers, plant breeders, university extensions, government employees and more.


Poster courtesy of Organic Seed Alliance

A press release from Organic Seed Alliance.

Organic Seed Alliance and conference co-hosts Oregon State University, eOrganic, and Washington State University invite you to help shape the 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference by providing proposals for content. This is your opportunity to share important research and ask timely questions related to organic seed. The conference is the only event that brings together diverse members of the organic seed community in two days of presentations and networking events focused solely on organic seed. We welcome your proposals for presentations, workshops, posters, panels, and roundtables.

Conference attendees receive practical information, cutting edge research, updates on policy and seed advocacy efforts, and inspiring stories from the field. The 7th Organic Seed Growers Conference theme is Innovation in the Field, a celebration of advancements in organic seed and the role farmers play in improving our crop genetic resources. While we welcome a diversity of proposals, those that fit the following categories are encouraged:

  • Advancements in organic plant breeding
  • Breeding for resiliency and biodiversity
  • Farmer-led breeding projects
  • New models for organic seed production and enterprise development

Deadline:

Proposals must be submitted by July 1, 2013. Applicants will be notified by August 1, 2013.

Proposals (presentations and posters): 





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