Farmers’ Museum Hosting Conference on Food & Farming
A Celebration of Our Agricultural Community: Climate Change & Its Impact on Farming in Central New York, the third annual conference on food and farming at The Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, informs and inspires farmers and the public, unifying and driving the agricultural economy in Central New York. Featuring knowledgeable speakers, vendors, and a workshop on resilience farming, the conference takes place Saturday, November 5 from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and is free for all to attend.
With a focus on the theme “Climate Change & Its Impact on Farming in Central New York,”the conference will provide essential tools and inspiration to help farmers take positive action. Farmers will be offered the latest and best information to grow their businesses and products in exciting ways, while also broadening capabilities. General attendees will learn how to better their families and their communities by making informed choices about their food and recreation.