November Events

Here’s what to look for this month: a Kansas Marketplace event, a Farm to School conference, Forest Guild’s ecological forestry workshop, and a Missouri Botanical Garden exhibit.

| November 6, 2009

Learn more about opportunities for potential and existing business owners in Kansas with a visit to the Kansas Marketplace, a conference sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs. The event offers training, networking, and professional development opportunities for startup and existing small businesses, service providers, rural communities, and family farmers and ranchers. Kansas Marketplace takes place November 9 and 10 in Hays. Click here for more information.

Arkansas hosts its first Farm to School conference November 12 at Heifer International headquarters in Little Rock. The conference is full; to learn more, click here.

Sponsored by The Conservation Forestry Network, the conference “The Ecological Forestry in New Jersey’s Pinelands” is set for November 16 and 17 in Rutgers University’s EcoComplex, Columbus, New Jersey. For more, click here.

The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis celebrates 150 years with Gardenland Express holiday flower and train show November 25 through January 3. Click here for more.

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