10th Annual Ohio Farmland Preservation Summit

September 15, 2009 at 8:05 am

Registration is now open for 10th Annual Ohio Farmland Preservation Summit – REGISTRATION info here http://cffpi.osu.edu/summit09.htm

For this landmark anniversary, we offer an exciting and information-packed agenda. To help us celebrate a decade of gatherings, The Ohio State University President, Gordon Gee, will give a welcome and USDA Deputy Secretary, Kathleen Merrigan, will provide an address via video. There will also be exhibition space and a fresh produce market with live music in the afternoon.

You often hear that farmland provides services beyond food and fiber production. The morning panel will begin by addressing the question: How can we begin to value these services, such as carbon sequestration and nutrient management and what selling and trading of these services mean for farmland protection? The afternoon session focuses on the role of farmland protection in balancing growth and restoring prosperity to Ohio.

Breakout sessions are available on a variety of topics ranging from the basics of preserving the farm business, adapting to climate change through soil management, using surveys to gauge support for farmland protection, results from the latest census, to food policy and Ohio farmland.

For more information about session and speakers, please visit the following page: http://cffpi.osu.edu/summit09_speakers.htm

PLANNING COMMITTEE: Office of Farmland Preservation, Ohio Department of Agriculture; Center for Farmland Policy Innovation, Ohio State University; Otterbein College; American Farmland Trust; Western Reserve Land Conservancy; Ohio Farm Bureau Federation; Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts; Denison University; Ohio Township Trustees Association; Ohio Environmental Council; Ohio Farmers Union; County Commissioners Association of Ohio; Countryside Conservancy; Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission; and Tecumseh Land Trust.

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