Small Farm Expo
Thank you for joining us and see you next year in 2019!
Here is a recap from the 2018 Expo! Stay tuned as we update the 2019 details.
The 2018 Small Farm Expo was held on February 24 at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in Lynden. This open house event will included indoor exhibits demonstrating the latest in agricultural technology, products and services, as well as seminars and demonstrations. Designed to be an informal meet-and-greet and networking event, visitors will find opportunities to engage with exhibitors, experts, veterinarians, and other producers, as well as discover new resources to help improve and expand healthy agricultural and livestock production.
2018 Keynote Speaker: Dr. David R Montgomery
Professor of geomorphology at the University of Washington and author of Growing a Revolution: Bringing our Soil Back to Life, The Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health, and more. Combining ancient wisdom with modern science, Montgomery offers a vision where agriculture becomes the solution to environmental problems, helping feed us all and cool the planet.
Did you miss the event? Here are links to each of the talks we were able to record.
|From Hobby to Business||Mud and Stress Free Farming|
|Animal Disease Traceability||Growing a Revolution|
|Low Stress Animal Handleing||Orchard and Pruning Basics|
The event also offers an opportunity for vendors, manufacturers and exhibitors from across the farming industry to showcase their agri-business products. Participants will be given the chance to connect with supporting organizations, learn about the latest news affecting producers, ask and answer questions, and network with other farmers who share their concerns and desire to be successful.
Hot and fresh food will be available for purchase from Good to Go Meat Pies!
Hosted by Whatcom Conservation District and Whatcom County Public Works, the event is free and open to the public.
Keep up to date on the Expo by following the Facebook Event.
For more information on the event, contact Aneka Sweeney at firstname.lastname@example.org