Farm Food Fork 2016 - “Cultivating Entrepreneurs in a Growing Economy”

In Kaslo and Meadow Creek on March 19th and 20th. The focus of the 2016 conference is to help entrepreneurs flourish in the local food economy.  We welcome farmers, value-added food producers, and anyone involved in -- or considering getting involved in -- the local food economy.

Farm Food Fork Growing Economy poster

Are you ready to thrive? Then this is the conference for you!

  • Day one is open to anyone who wants to learn about improve our local food systems or really anyone who eats.

  • Day two is for current business or anyone who wants to enter the food economy for a personal planning session with the professionals.

Come out to meet professional business farmer Chris Bodnar, Coop manager Paul Kelly and many successful food producing experts from around the region. Participate in regional action planning and go home inspired and re-energized. Spring is just around the corner. For more information visit farmfoodfork.com or contact dustineast@nklcss.org.

This conference is being hosted by North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society in partnership with the West Kootenay Permacuture Coop. It is supported by Columbia Basin Trust, RDCK Area A, D, and E and other local organizations. The event was inspired by “Kickstart Kaslo,” a public event where local residents identified food production as a top priority in our localized economy.