Later this week, the small city of Guelph, Ontario, will be hosting their 29th annual Guelph Organic Conference. Organized and promoted non-profit  ‘Organic Food Conferences Canada’ (OFCC), this conference will tackle everything from organic living to building to industrializing.

This four-day event includes a variety of international speakers, including keynotePicture 2 speaker Margaret Webb, a leading Toronto writer and author of ‘Apples to Oysters: A Food Lover’s Tour of Canadian Farms’.

It also includes a variety of seminars and workshops, including topics on genetically engineering, organic certification, climate change, eco-friendly building, food security and more.

For those who might not be able to make time to listen to and explore the presentations, they also a featuring an Organic Expo/Tasting Fair with 160+ exhibitors (including 35 food vendors) on Saturday and Sunday, which is free to the public. And filled with incredible – and delicious – fair-trade, organic products.

Online registration is closed, but you can still register at the door. (Click here for more information).

If you’re heading there, we’d love to get a review on what you think! Drop us an email if you attend.

For more information about the conference, visit guelphorganicconf.ca


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