NOFA-VT's 39th Annual Winter Conference Registration
Join us February 7-March 4, 2021, for an incredible month-long series of events with many different opportunities for connection through online learning, gathering, and movement building!
Your registration for the conference gives you access to all livestreamed events throughout the month including Sherri Mitchell's keynote speech, two featured panel discussions, 20 workshops and roundtables, and special engagement opportunities. You will also receive access to video recordings of the keynotes and workshops post-conference.
We believe that all voices must be present and represented for our movement to be whole. Our sliding scale registration fee is an attempt to create more equitable access to this event. The true cost of putting on this virtual conference is over $100 per person. Please pay the amount that fits your budget. Paying over the suggested $80/$100 member/non-member rates will help support the conference registration fees for someone who is unable to pay that cost. Thank you! We do not intend for cost to be a barrier to participation. If you are unable to pay the minimum ticket price of $30, please contact Livy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-434-7153.
NOFA-VT offers the option of free registration for our annual Winter Conference to anyone who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC). NOFA-VT provides this offering in an effort to actively work toward dismantling systems of racism that have historically disadvantaged BIPOC and continue to do so today.
If you prefer to pay by check, please download, print and mail in this registration form to NOFA-VT, PO Box 697, Richmond VT 05477.
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$10 Raffle Tickets for a Local Food Basket: Proceeds benefit NOFA-VT's Farm Share Program. $10 per ticket enters you into the drawing for a change to win a local and organic foods basket from Vermont producers!
$25 Winter Conference T-shirt Pre-order: T-shirts will be shipped in March. Cost includes shipping. Art by Emily C-D.
NOFA Vermont is an organization founded on the understanding that a dedicated community of farmers, gardeners, and food lovers can work together to change our food system for the better.
Is the winter conferenec the time you usually renew your NOFA-VT membership? Make sure you stay up to date by renewing today. To learn more about membership and member benefits, visit our website: nofavt.org/membership
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If you are interested in discussing other ways to support NOFA-VT, please contact our Development & Engagement Director, Erin Buckwalter: 802-434-7152 or email@example.com.
For the most up to date information about the conference, visit www.nofavt.org/conference.
Any questions? Please reach out to NOFA-VT’s Education & Engagement Manager Livy Bulger, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-434-7153.