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Registration open for Tilth Alliance’s Spokane conference ‘Diversified Landscapes and Common Ground’

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 29, 2018

Registration is open for the Tilth Alliance’s Tilth Conference: Diversified Landscapes and Common Ground.

The event takes place Nov. 9 to 11 in Spokane, and now’s the time to sign up.

The early bird special is available until Sept. 1

The conference brings together farmers, researchers and food system professionals and kicks off with an all-day event. Attendees can choose from either a farm tour of Spokane’s regional food system with LINC Foods or a research-based symposium. Each is $75. They’re followed by a Deep Roots and New Shoots happy hour.

Saturday and Sunday are filled with lectures, workshops, a trade show and panels on topics ranging from soil management to the sociology of farming.

Mai Nyugen, who grows heirloom grains in Sonoma County, California, is the keynote speaker. Audra Mulkern, founder of the Female Farmer Project, is the capnote speaker.

The cost for Saturday and Sunday is $265 for non-members and $225 for members or students. Those prices jump to $315 and $275 after the early bird deadline. Meals are offered an additional costs.

The conference is at the Davenport Grand Hotel, 333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. For more information or to register, visit

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