Herbert Kellar Papers, 1887-1955

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Note: Original conference tape recording numbers (marked on the tapes) are in parentheses.
1993: Sustainable Agriculture: Practical Approaches to Making It Grow (4th Annual Conference). Sparta, Wisconsin, 1993 March 5-6
Physical Description: 25 cassette tapes and 26 e-files 
Note: There is no recording of session 22 (Carl Pulvermacher organic dairy production workshop).
Keynote Addresses
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Blobaum, Roger. Organic Farming and the Feds--Can the Relationship Be Saved? (OF 13? Marked OF 14), March 6
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Kirschenmann, Fred. What is a Sustainable Food System? (OF 14), March 5
Workshops and Panels
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Bergh, Prescott. Habitat Design for Pest Management (OF 20), March 6
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Black, Bryce. Rural Water Systems (OF 15), March 5
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Black, Bryce and Spark Burmaster. Alternative Energy Systems for Farms (OF 26), March 6
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Borree, Judy and Anne Topham. Goat Dairy (OF 7), March 5
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Bross, Patricia and Ayla Heartsong. Organic Market Vegetable Production (OF 24), March 6
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Burmaster, Spark. Stray Voltage and Related Health Issues (OF 12), March 5
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Cannell, Mike. Intensive Rotational Grazing (OF 11), March 5
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Cates, Dick. (How to) Manage Weeds (in Field Crops and Pastures) Without Herbicides (OF 18), March 5
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Courchaine, Ray. Use of Liquid Fertilizers in Organic Systems (OF 3), March 5
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de Wilde, Richard. (Managing Cover Crops, Green Manures and Surrounding Habitats for) Beneficial Insects and Wildlife (OF 10), March 5
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Diffley, Martin. (Researching and Searching for) Appropriate Small Farm Equipment (OF 25), March 6
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Engel, Marta, DVM. Homeopathy and Dairy Herd Health (OF 2), March 5
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Engelken, Rita. Farm-Scale Composting (OF 5), March 5
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Engelken, Rita. Garden-Scale Composting (OF 19), March 6
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Galazen, Tom and Eric Carlson. Small Scale Organic Fruit Production: Apples and Strawberries (OF 4), March 5
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Goldstein, Walter. Biodynamic Approach to Soils and Field Crops (OF 9), March 5
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Hall, Claire. Biodynamic Vegetables: Production and Marketing (OF 17), March 5
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Kaufmann, Diane. Pasturing Poultry for Fun and Profit (OF 21), March 6
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Kirschenmann, Fred. Large-Scale Organic Farming (OF 23), March 6
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Kirschenmann, Fred, facilitator. Panel: Organic Standards and Federal Policy (OF 27), March 6
Note: Roger Blobaum, Yvonne Buckley, Denise Chevalier, Jim Riddle, George Siemon.
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Kragness, Verna. Community Supported Agriculture (OF 1), March 5
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Posner, Josh and Altfrid Krusenbaum. Comparison of Conventional, Transitional, and Organic Dairy Systems (OF 8), March 5
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Riddle, Jim. Transition to Organics and Certification (OF 16), March 5
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Zimmer, Gary. Evaluation of Soils (OF 6), March 5
1994: Sustainable Agri-Culture: Common Sense ... Marketing ... Dedication (5th Annual Conference). Sinsinawa Mound, Wisconsin, 1994 March 4-5
Physical Description: 44 cassette tapes and 47 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
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Jackson, Dana. Strengthening Connections Among Growers, Buyers and the Earth (OFC 44), March 4
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Whealey, Kent. Rescuing Traditional Food Crops (45), March 5
Workshops and Panels
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Baker, John. Beginning Farmer Programs in the Upper Midwest (OFC 11), March 4
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Baker, John, moderator. Panel: A Wealth of Knowledge: Learning What Others Have Learned (tape 34), March 5
Note: Diane Kaufman, Gordie Reisgraf, Francis Thicke, Bill Warner.
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Black, Kathleen; Marcia Halligan, Kent Whealey. Seed Saving: How and Why (39), March 5
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Brown, Edward. Cultivating the Grower-Buyer Relationship (tape 43), March 5
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Brown, Miriam, O.P. Soil and Spirit Connection (OFC 20), March 4
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Carlson, Eric and Tom Galazen. Organic Raspberry and Blueberry Production Techniques (OFC 8), March 4
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Chevalier, Denise. Panel: Livestock Marketing (OFC 40), March 5
Note: Bob Scharlau, Gordie Reisgraf, Bill Welsh, Mary Jackson.
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de Wilde, Richard. Bed and Breakfast for Bugs (OFC 9), March 5
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Engelken, Rita. Art of Gardening (OFC 22-1 and 22-2), March 4
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Enshayan, Kamyar. Apprenticeship on Organic Farms (OFC 28), March 5
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Ford, Joyce. Organic Certification Process: What Does It Take? (tape 42), March 5
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Frantzen, Tom. Hogs, Pasture and a Sustainable Agriculture (OFC 30), March 5
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Fuentes, Linda and Roger Bertsch. Vegetable Production Quality and the Consumer (OFC 2), March 4
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Grandin, Temple. Animals in Translation: Clue to Understanding Livestock Behavior (16, unnumbered tape), March 4
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Hawley, Jane. Herb Growing with a Value-Added Intent (OFC 19), March 4
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Hole, Francis. Earth Beneath Our Feet: Interacting with It and Enjoying It (OFC 14), March 4
Note: Repeat session, March 5.
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Holliday, Richard, DVM. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture: Ancient Medicine ... Modern Science (OFC 35), March 5
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Holliday, Richard, DVM, moderator. Panel: Homeopathy for Farm Animals (OFC 31), March 5
Note: Vicki Braun.
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Irwin, Mike, moderator. Panel: Community Supported Agriculture (OFC 1), March 4
Note: Mary Ihm, Robin Greenler, Jim Harvey, George Riggin, Donna Goodlaxson, and Jim Bruns.
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Jackson, Dana. Women in the New Garden (OFC 32), March 5
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Johnson, Bob. Commercial Organic Apple Production (OFC 41), March 5
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Kaufman, Diane. Pasturing Poultry and a Sheep Dairy (OFC 3), March 4
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Koepf, Herbert. What is Different About Biodynamics? (OFC 7), March 4
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Kurschner, Fred. Putting Life Back Into Your Soil (OFC 4), March 5
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Logsdon, Gene. Get Small or Get Out (OFC 26), March 4
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Luchterhand, Bryce. FmHa: Changing Farm Policy and Family Farms (OFC 18), March 4
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Mallarino, Antonio, Dr. How to Do Your Own On-Farm Research (OFC 10), March 4
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Otter, Ernest, Jr. Organic Structural Pest Management (OFC 24), March 4
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Patenaude, Dan. Intensive Rotational Grazing: A Why-to and How-to Primer (OFC 33), March 5
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Patenaude, Dan; Neva Hassanein, and Jack Kloppenburg. Intensive Rotational Grazing: Revolution or Evolution (OFC 23), March 5
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Peters, Wayne. Organic Dairy: A Confinement Operator's Viewpoint (OFC 6), March 4
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Petersons, Gunars. Solar Electric Systems for Home and Farm Applications (OFC 25), March 4
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Petlock, Alyce. Growing and Marketing of Culinary Herbs (OFC 17), March 5
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Schwartz, Mike. Creating a Farm Business Plan (OFC 29), March 5
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Springer, David, moderator. Panel: Food Grade Quality Production and Marketing of Grains and Beans (OFC 15), March 4
Note: Jim Boes, Ken Rosmann, Wilfred Schill, Suzanne Retka Schill, Carmen Fernholz, Marvin and Carol Manges.
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Thicke, Francis. Value-Added Dairy (OFC 21), March 4
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Thom, Michelle. Biotechnology: An Exploration of its Past and Future Possibilities (36), March 5
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Tredennick, Wayne. Intensive Rotational Grazing (OFC 12), March 4
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Van Thule, Ted and Terry. Udder Side of Dairying ([O]FC 38), March 5
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Warner, Bill. Hoop House Happiness (OFC 13), March 4
Note: Repeat session, March 5.
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Welsh, Greg, moderator. Panel: National Organic Standards: What's in (the) Store? (OFC 37), March 5
Note: Jim Riddle, Gary Osweiler, George Siemon, Tim Sullivan.
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Wolfe, Bob. Folk/Farm Story Writing Workshop (OFC 5), March 4
1995: All Ready to Grow (6th Annual Conference). Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, 1995 March 3-4
Physical Description: 53 cassette tapes and 50 e-files 
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
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Flora, Cornelia. Future of Sustainable Agriculture and the Future of Rural Communities (UMOFC 552, tape 53), March 4
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Savory, Allen. Holistic Resource Management (UMOFC 551, tape 52), March 3
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Stieglitz, Karl. Welcome: Long-Term Vision vs. Short-Term Gain (UMOFC 550, tape 51), March 3
Workshops and Panels
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Ault, Dwight. Basics of Hogs, Hogs, Hogs. Pasture Farrowing (UMOFC 500, tape 1), March 3
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Bacon, Bruce. Community Forestry and Biodiversity (UMOFC 505, tape 6), March 3
1747A/130
Bird, Elizabeth. Getting Involved in Shaping Public Agriculture Research (UMOFC 513, tape 14), March 3
1747A/131
Black, Kathleen Plunkett. Hands on Permaculture (tape 15), March 3
1747A/120
Blevins, Bruce. Dynamics of Biodynamic Agriculture (UMOFC 503, tape 4), March 3
1747A/155
Brown, Miriam, O.P., and Phil Hueneke. Soil and Spirit Connection (UMOFC 538, tape 39), March 4
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Byczynski, Lynn. Growing and Marketing Cut Flowers (UMOFC 534, tape 35), March 4
1747A/158
Byczynski, Lynn. It's More than Just Produce: Selling the Ideal of Local Organic Agriculture (UMOFC 542, tape 42), March 4
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Carpenter, Mary. To Market to Market (UMOFC 539, tape 40), March 4
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Dansingburg, Jodi. Sustainable/Organic Agriculture and the 1995 Farm Bill (UMOFC 547, tape 48), March 4
1747A/118
de Wilde, Richard and Paul Whitaker. Creating Beneficial Insect Habitat (UMOFC 501, tape 2), March 3
1747A/127
Diffley, Martin. Researching and Searching for Appropriate Small Farm Equipment (UMOFC 535, tape 36), March 4
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Diffley, Martin and Atina. Find Your Organic Produce Market Niche (UMOFC 510, tape 11), March 3
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DuRand, Lance. Images of Sustainable Living and Sustainable Agriculture (UMOFC 570-571), March 4
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Engel, Marta, DVM. Homeo Moo and Organic Cow (UMOFC 504, tape 5), March 3
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Engelken, Rita. Benefits of Backyard Composting (UMOFC 512, tape 13), March 3
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Engelken, Rita. Gardening: Planning and Growing a Garden (UMOFC 527, tape 28), March 3
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Ford, Joyce. Get Ready, Get Set, Get Certified (UMOFC 530, tape 31), March 4
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Frantzen, Tom. 40 lb Pigs Produced for $14 ... Pasture Does It (UMOFC 521, tape 22), March 3
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Griffith, Kat. Should Biotechnology Be Part of Organic Farming? (UMOFC 506, tape 7), March 3
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Hole, Francis. Earth Beneath Our Feet: Interacting with It and Enjoying It (UMOFC 511, tape 14), March 3
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Holliday, Richard, DVM. Acupuncture Diagnosis in Dairy Cattle (tape 34), March 4
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Irwin, Mike, moderator. Your CSA: Cultivating Crops, Relationships, and Markets (UMOFC 540, tape 41), March 4
Note: Peter and Bernadette Sealy, Stuart Smith and Jeanine Holzman, Dave Washburn and Meg Anderson.
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Kozub, Keith. Small Scale Apple Production (tape 29), March 3
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Krome, Margaret. What's Behind the Plastic Wrap? Helping Consumers Critically Examine the Food System (UMOFC 532, tape 33), March 4
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Kurschner, Fred. How to Balance the Soil and the Benefits You Receive (UMOFC 531, tape 32), March 4
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Lentz, Ralph. Raising Beef the Natural Way (tape 8), March 3
1747A/163
McGeorge, Jerome. Astrology and Agriculture: Ancient Wisdom for Today and Tomorrow (UMOFC 546, tape 47), March 4
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Moore, Ralph. Vegetable Crop Machinery from Tillage to Harvest (UMOFC 519, tape 20), March 3
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Nusbaum, Sam and Marge. Egg Production for the Organic Producer (UMOFC 536, tape 37), March 4
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O'Reilly, Steve. Large Scale Dairy (UMOFC 545, tape 46), March 4
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Panel: Art of Connecting People ... to Ideas and to Each Other (UMOFC 542, tape 43), March 4
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Panel: USDA Organic Rules: Friend or Foe ... (UMOFC 520, tape 21), March 3
Note: George Siemon, Eric Ardapple Kindberg, Jim Riddle, Merrill Clark.
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Panel: Who Needs Weeds? (UMOFC 537, tape 38), March 4
Note: Joe Scrimger, Richard de Wilde, Gary Zimmer.
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Pierce, Jim and Cathy. Shoestring Agriculture: Raising Fish for Money, Not Money for Fish (UMOFC 502, tape 3), March 3
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Pincus, Steve. My Best Crew Ever! Making the Most of Your Employees and Tips on Produce Production (tape 45), March 4
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Riddle, Jim. Organics in Russia (UMOFC 549, tape 50), March 4
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Rutter, Phil. Role of Nut Farming in a Sustainable Operation (UMOFC 526, tape 27), March 3
1747A/132
Savory, Allen. Holistic Resource Management (UMOFC 515, tape 16), March 3
1747A/160
Schaefer, Paul. Community Organizing for Fun and Profit (UMOFC 543, tape 44), March 4
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Schaefer, Paul, moderator. Panel: Beating rBGH: The Wisconsin Campaign (UMOFC 522, tape 23), March 3
Note: Bob Wills, Francis Goodman, Mark Kastel, David Rhodes, Wendy Everham.
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Scharlau, Robert. Producing Crops and Livestock: Following the Organic Standards (tape 19), March 3
1747A/125
Schwartz, Mike. Dissect Your Business Plan: Keep it Simple (tape 9), March 3
1747A/165
Scrimger, Joe. Organic Marketing: Parity Starts in the Soil (UMOFC 548, tape 49), March 4
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Scrimger, Joe. Soybean Production: From the Soil Test to Processing to Finished Product (UMOFC 529, tape 30), March 4
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Smith, Ross and Donna. U-Pick Organic Strawberry Farm Market: Retailing Organic Produce: An Evolutionary Process (UMOFC 509, tape 10), March 3
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Thicke, Francis. Looking Beyond Organic (UMOFC 525, tape 26)
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Warner, Bill. Hoop House Happiness II: Invasion of the Chickens (UMOFC 517, tape 18), March 3
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Zimmer, Gary. Marginal Land with Poor Fertility and Low Production: Conversion to Healthy, High Yielding Organic Agriculture Production (UMOFC 524, tape 25), March 3
1996: Organic Agriculture: Practical Approaches to Making IT Grow (7th Annual Conference). Sininawa, Wisconsin, 1996 March 1-2
Physical Description: 59 cassette tapes and 60 e-files 
Note: No tapes or e-files exist for three speakers listed in the program (probably canceled): Bartz, Byron. Healthy Hogs on Pasture, March 2; Holliday, Richard, DVM. Acupuncture Diagnosis in Dairy Cattle, March 1; and Reese, Peter. How to be an Agri-preneur: Selling What You Grow, March 1 and 2.
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
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Kirschenmann, Fred. Overview of the Organic Industry: Where We've Been, Where We Are, and Where We're Going (UMOFC 649, tape 49), March 2
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Scrimger, Joe and Miriam Brown. Welcome (UMOFC 659, tape 59), March 1-2
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Strange, Marty. Farms and Food: A New Marketplace for Values (UMOFC 611, tape 11), March 1
Workshops and Panels
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Abazs, David. Lines into Circles: Alternative Energy (UMOFC 615, tape 15), March 1
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Ash, Maureen and Rich Purdy. Getting Started Farming with Horses (UMOFC 607, tape 7), March 1
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Baker, Juli. Swinging on the Farm Gate (UMOFC 624, tape 24), March 1
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Baird, David. Basic Concepts and Techniques for Quality Fencing (UMOFC 633, tape 33), March 2
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Brown, Miriam, O.P. and Phil Hueneke. Living Organically from the Toes Up (UMOFC 618, tape 18), March 1
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Bursten, Patti and Diane Kaufman. Women in Agriculture: Our Growing Role (UMOFC 604, tape 4), March 1
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de Wilde, Richard. B Weed Ys (tape 54), March 2
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Diffley, Martin. Researching and Searching for Appropriate Small Farm Equipment (UMOFC 626, tape 26), March 1
1747A/101
Draeger, Kathy. Basic Beekeeping for Beginners (UMOFC 635, tape 35), March 2
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Engel, Marta. Organic Cow: Dare to Keep Her off Drugs (UMOFC 612, tape 12), March 1
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Ford, Joyce. Get Ready-Get Set-Get Certified (UMOFC 647, tape 47), March 2
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Gibson, Kathleen. Folk singing (UMOFC 661, tape 61), March 1
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Goldstein, Walter. Biodynamic Agriculture: Basic Concepts (UMOFC 632, tape 32), March 2
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Goldstein, Walter. Improving Open-Pollinated Corn: A Corn Improvement Club (UMOFC 653, tape 53), March 2
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Gregory, Walt. Controlled Microbial Composting (UMOFC 648, tape 48), March 2
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Gunnink, Doug. HRM in the Real World (UMOFC 651, tape 51), March 2
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Hankin, Michael. National Organic Program: Up Close and Real (UMOFC 608, tape 8), March 1
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Holliday, Richard, DVM, moderator. Controlling Mastitis (UMOFC 646, tape 46), March 2
Note: Dave Engel, Anne Lazor, Rich Lange.
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Irwin, Mike, moderator. Panel: Growing Cover Crops for Fertility and Soil Health (UMOFC 616, tape 16), March 1
Note: Richard de Wilde, Walt Gregory, Fred Kirschenmann (tape marked, "Irwin, Goldstein, Gregory, Norell").
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Jackson, Dana. Factory Hog Farms? NO! (UMOFC 650, tape 50), March 2
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Kastel, Mark and Marty Strange. Impact of Corporate Control on Agriculture and Organic Producer (UMOFC 614, tape 14), March 1
1747A/061
Kaufman, Diane. Milking the Flock for All its Worth (UMOFC 655, tape 55), March 2
1747A/102
Kirschenmann, Fred. Biotechnology and You (UMOFC 636, tape 36), March 2
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Krome, Margaret. WHOSE Government? Ag Policy and Your Role (UMOFC 628, tape 28), March 1
1747A/106
Kugler, Sonya. Making Better Food Choices (UMOFC 641, tape 41), March 2
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Lasor, Jack and Anne. Butterworks: From Cow to Market (UMOFC 631, tape 31), March 1
1747A/062
Lentz, Ralph. Raising Beef the Natural Way: With Rotational Grazing (UMOFC 657, tape 57), March 2
1747A/068
McAllister, Susan. How to Create a Useful Business Plan by Letting the Dog Wag the Tail (UMOFC 656, tape 56), March 2
1747A/058
McGeorge, Jerome. Astrology and Agriculture: Ancient Wisdom for Today and Tomorrow (UMOFC 652, tape 52), March 2
1747A/105
Mackey, Dennis. Midwest Organic Apple Growing (UMOFC 640, tape 40), March 2
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Maki, Paul. Raspberry Production: The Organic Way (UMOFC 627, tape 27), March 1
1747A/100
Mann, David and Lucretia. Joys and Pitfalls of Raising Free-Range Chickens (UMOFC 634, tape 34), March 2
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Marquez, Theresa. Market Trends and the Organic Consumer (UMOFC 639, tape 39), March 2
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Nordell, Eric and Anne. Integrated Crop Management in the Bio-Extensive Market Garden (UMOFC 629, tape 29), March 1
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Panel: Flame Weeding (UMOFC 644, tape 44), March 2
Note: Gary Zimmer, Pete Creguer, Dennis Lutteke.
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Panel: Marketing Organic Beef (UMOFC 660, tape 60), March 2
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Peterson, John. Community Supported Agriculture: Getting Started and Keeping It Going (UMOFC 619, tape 19), March 1
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Pincus, Steve and John Fisher-Merritt. Growing Great Greenhouse Transplants (UMOFC 613, tape 13), March 1
1747A/089
Plunkett-Black, Kathleen and David Abazs. Seed Saving: How and Why (UMOFC 623, tape 23), March 1
1747A/108
Roberts, Mike and Dennis Anderson. Rock and Rock Powders in Your Life (UMOFC 643, tape 43), March 2
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Schill, Sue Retka and Will Schill. Marketing: What Does It Take to Form a Farmer Co-op? (UMOFC 603, tape 3), March 1
1747A/107
Scott, Wendy and Tom Quinn. Making Farm Ownership Affordable: Land Trust Strategies (UMOFC 642, tape 42), March 2
1747A/067
Scrimger, Joe. Marketing (UMOFC 662, tape 62), March 2
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Scrimger, Joe. Soybean Production: From the Soil Test to Processing to Finished Product (UMOFC 601, tape 1), March 1
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Seely, Peter. Organic Field Vegetable Production (UMOFC 645, tape 45), March 2
1747A/084
Siemon, George. Organic Farmers: Do We Need a National Marketing Association? (UMOFC 617, tape 17), March 1
1747A/077
Steffan, Shawn and Paul Whitaker. Predators, Parasitoids and Pathogens: Get to Know Your Friends (UMOFC 609, tape 9), March 1
1747A/074
Thesing, Janis and Chuck. North Country Garlic Culture (UMOFC 606, tape 6), March 1
1747A/073
Thicke, Art. Rotational Grazing with Dairy Cows (UMOFC 605, tape 5), March 1
1747A/087
Thicke, Francis. Soil Fertility for Organic Farmers and Gardeners (UMOFC 620, tape 20), March 1
1747A/088
Vetter, David. On Farm Grain/Bean Processing and Rural Communities (UMOFC 621, tape 21), March 1
1747A/096
Warner, Bill. Ultimate Hoophouse: To Each Their Own (UMOFC 630, tape 30), March 1
1747A/063
Webb, Lynelle. Techniques for Dried and Cut Flowers (UMOFC 658, tape 58), March 2
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Welsh, Bill. Building Soil the Easy Way (UMOFC 602, tape 2), March 1
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Woods, Ann. Organic from Field to Table: Getting More in the Pipeline (UMOFC 638, tape 38), March 2
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Zimmer, Gary. Managing Organic Matter, Humus, Soil Life and Plant Minerals (UMOFC 625, tape 25), March 1
1997: From the Soil to the Sale: Building Farms and Communities (8th Annual Conference). Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, 1997 March 7-8
Physical Description: 56 cassette tapes and 56 e-files 
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
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Clancy, Kate. Safety, Quality, Social Justice (UMOF 733), March 8
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Frantzen, Tom and Miriam Brown, O.P.. Welcome, March 7 and 8
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Heffernan, Bill. Globalization/Industrialization of Food System (UMOF 732), March 7
Workshops and Panels
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Arner, Audrey. Introduction to Holistic Resource Management (UMOF 708), March 7
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Aue, John. Pests at the Doorstep? Thresholds, and What to Do When Insects or Diseases Cross Them (UMOF 707), March 7
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Bergh, Prescott and Tom Frantzen. Hogs Your Way: Choosing a Production System (UMOF 729), March 7
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Blume, David. Permaculture (UMOF 730), March 7
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Braun, Vicki and Russell Smith. Can Bossy Reduce SCC? A Holistic Approach to Udder Health and Mastitis Control (UMOF 743), March 8
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Brown, Miriam and Phil Hueneke. Soil and Spirit: Seven Habits of Highly Organic Living (UMOF 751), March 8
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Bruce, David, moderator. Panel: Applied Production Techniques for CSA Farms (MOF 735), March 8
Note: Trish Bross, David Washburn, Dan Nagengast.
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Byczynski, Lynn. Flower Farming (UMOF 714), March 7
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Creguer, Pete and Gary Zimmer. Growing Edible Beans and Soybeans (UMOF 703), March 7
1747A/002
Diffley, Martin. How Do You Buy a Tractor? (UMOF 702), March 7
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Diffley, Martin. Small Farm Equipment (UMOF 722), March 7
1747A/053
Engel, Marta, DVM. Dare to Keep Them Off Drugs: Advanced Homeopathic Care in Livestock (UMOF 754), March 8
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Ford, Joyce. Nuts and Bolts of Getting Certified Organic (UMOF 748), March 8
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Frantzen, Tom, discussion leader. Organic and Sustainable Ag Conversion in Cuba and Eastern Europe (UMOF 739), March 8
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Gale-Sinex, Michele and Linda Hart. Searching the Internet for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture (UMOF 717), March 7
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Gerritsen, Jim. Producing Excellent Organic Potatoes (UMOF 723), March 7
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Gerritsen, Jim. Transgenic Potatoes: The New and Real Threat to Organic Potato Production (UMOF 755), March 8
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Gibson, Eric. Circle of Plenty: Promoting Locally Grown Products to Build a Sustainable Agriculture (UMOF 741), March 8
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Gibson, Eric. Selling What You Grow (UMOF 704), March 7
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Goldstein, Walter. Improving Open-Pollinated Corn (UMOF 744), March 8
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Greenler, John. Efficient and Economical Irrigation (UMOF 703), March 7
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Guenthner, Dan. Tools: Appropriate Needs for Your Scale of Operation (UMOF 745), March 8
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Gunnink, Doug. Waste and Wisdom for Creating Better Soils (UMOF 740), March 8
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Hall, Bart. An Audit Trail that Keeps Itself (Well Almost!) (UMOF 724), March 7
1747A/055
Hall, Bart. Soil Building for Fun and Profit (UMOF 756), March 8
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Hall, John and Ron Doetch. Diversify Crop Rotations (UMOF 711), March 7
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Hampshire, Shirley and Randy. Brick Ovens and Old World Bread: From the Topsoil to the Consumer (UMOF 726), March 7
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Hansen, Mike. So You Want to Buy a Farm? (UMOF 715), March 7
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Hendrickson, John, moderator. Panel: On-Farm Processing: Add Value to Your Product (UMOF 712), March 7
Note: John Bashaw, Jane Hawley Stevens, Jessica Spicer, Erin Nutter.
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James, Sam. Earthworm Biology for Organic Producer (UMOF 706), March 7
1747A/018
Johnson, Bob. Concept of Totality: Biological Soil Balancing (UMOF 718), March 7
1747A/028
Koopmans, Chris and Walter Goldstein. Soil: Organic Matter as a Key for Fertile Soils/Productive Crops (UMOF 728), March 7
1747A/046
McAllister, Susan. Leading Your Business into the International Arena (UMOF 746), March 8
1747A/056
McGeorge, Jerome. Astrology and Agriculture: Ancient Wisdom for Today and Tomorrow (UMOF 757), March 8
1747A/052
Panel: The "Community" in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): Three Different Approaches (UMOF 753), March 8
Note: Robin Greenler, Dan Guenthner, Stuart Smith.
1747A/051
Panel: Grain Marketing (UMOF 752), March 8
Note: Allen Moody, Steve Hickenbottom, Randy Hampshire.
1747A/036
Panel: Grazing Research: Monitoring Tools to Measure Progress Toward Holistic Goals (UMOF 736), March 8
Note: Jodi Dansingburg, Mike Rupprecht, Dave Minar.
1747A/037
Panel: Organic Foods Production Act of Will There Be a National Organic Program in 1998? (UMOF 737), March 8, 1990
Note: Tim Sullivan, Ann Woods, Jim Riddle, Eric Kindberg.
1747A/042
Porter, Warren. Biological Effects of Pesticide Fertilizer Mixes at Very Low Doses (UMOF 742), March 8
1747A/049
Purdy, Rich and Maureen Ash. Farming with Horses: Getting Started (UMOF 749), March 8
1747A/005
Quinn, Tom and Wendy Scott. Partnerships to Protect Farmland (UMOF 705), March 7
1747A/025
Saunders, Pam. What's Your Beef and How Are You Marketing it? (UMOF 725), March 7
1747A/009
Schaeffer, Craig. New Annual Legumes (UMOF 709), March 7
1747A/034
Scharlau, Bob. Creating a Crop Rotation for Your Farm (UMOF 734), March 8
1747A/027
Slattery, Pat. The Home-Grown Chicken Business (UMOF 727), March 7
1747A/047
Stevenson, Steve, moderator. Panel: Building New Food System Models and Enterprises (UMOF 747), March 8
Note: Steve Pincus, Loretta Wilson, Janie Crawford, Tami Lax, Odessa Piper, Patty Wright, Mark Schultz, Mark Voss, Laurie McKean.
1747A/038
Tedesco, Angela. Strawberry Fields Forever (UMOF 738), March 8
1747A/019
Weber, Scott. Establishing Native Grasses and Prairie without Herbicides (UMOF 719), March 7
1747A/013
Woodhouse, Jane. Turning a Profit on Your Wool Crop (UMOF 713), March 7
1747A/020
Zimmer, Gary, Pete Creguer, and Ron Jones. Flame Weeding (UMOF 720), March 7
1747A/016
Zumwinkle, Mark. Living Mulch: Technology or Dance? (UMOF 716), March 7
1747A/010
Zumwinkle, Mark and Jay Dorsey. Soil Health: Learning from Nature (UMOF 710), March 7
1998: Sowing the Seeds of Growth (9th Annual Conference). Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, 1998 February 20-21
Physical Description: 48 cassette tapes and 51 e-files 
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/263
Blobaum, Roger. Struggle for the Soul of Organic: How Can We Keep It from Becoming What We Hoped It Would Be an Alternative to? (UM 825), February 20
1747A/264
Fagan, John, Dr., Jane Rissler, and Tim Sullivan. Genetically Modified Organisms (UM 826), February 21
1747A/281
Gale-Sinex, Michele and George Siemon. Welcome speeches (UM 852), February 20-21
Workshops and Panels
1747A/277
Blobaum, Roger, moderator. Panel: USDA Briefing on the Organic Rule (UM 848), February 20
Note: Tim Sullivan, Pam Neenan, Bill Wolf, Jim Riddle, Bill Welsh, Mark Kastel.
1747A/278
Blobaum, Roger, moderator. Panel: USDA Strategies for Response (UM 849), February 20
Note: Mark Kastel, Bill Wolf, Bill Welsh, Jim Riddle, Pat Kerrigan.
1747A/279
Blobaum, Roger, moderator. Panel: USDA: Questions and Answers (UM 850), February 20
1747A/257
Borgerding, Glen. Developing Nutrient Management Systems for Organic Crop Production (UM 817), February 20
1747A/266
Brunetti, Jerry. Holistic Animal Husbandry (UM 828), February 21
1747A/271
Dansingburg, Jodi. From Finances to Soils: Tools for Monitoring Your Goals for Your Farm (UM 841), February 21
1747A/253
De Rosier, Jaime. CRP in a Crop Rotation Program ([UM] 812), February 20
1747A/274
Doetch, Ron and John Hall. Small Grains in Organic Production (UM 844), February 21
1747A/275
Franzenburg, Eric and Cole Daily. Ins and Outs of Growing Herbs Commercially (UM 845), February 21
1747A/245
Frey, LaVerne. Open Pollinated Corn Likes Organic Farmers (UM 804), February 20
1747A/249
Goldstein, Walter and Chris Koopmans. Building and Maintaining a Fertile and Healthy Soil by Using Cover Crops and Manure ([UM] 808), February 20
1747A/262
Gundersen, Roald. Growing Year-Round in a Straw Bale Solar Greenhouse ([UM] 824), February 20
1747A/244
Hageman, Judy, moderator. Panel: Home Grown Wisconsin: Farmers Growing Together (UM 802), February 20
Note: Gary Miller, Steve Pincus, Greg Lawless.
1747A/284
Hall, Bart and Margit Kaltenekker. CSA workshop: Optimizing Quality for CSA Vegetable Production [through Four Seasons?] ([UM] 847), February 21
1747A/251
James, Sam. Earthworm Biology for the Organic Producer (UM 810), February 20
1747A/246
Johnson, Robert E. Breakthroughs in Organic Apple Production (umofc 805), February 20
1747A/247
Krome, Margaret. Getting Federal Grants to Support Your Farm or Advocacy Work (UM 806), February 20
1747A/133
McCargar, Steve. Food Irradiation: Current Status and Implications for Organic Agriculture ([UM] 832), February 21
1747A/273
Marquardt, John and Sam and Marge Nussbaum. Eggciting Facts about Producing Eggs on Family Farms (UM 843), February 21
1747A/222
Meares, Alison, moderator. Panel: Growing Food Sustainably IN and FOR the City ([UM] 836), February 21
Note: Marcus Thomas, Chet Jakus, Will Allen, Dan Healy.
1747A/260
Meyer, Bob and Astrid Newenhouse. Work Efficiency Tips (UM820), February 20
1747A/1257
Miller, Reid. Musical introduction to Saturday keynote, February 21
1747A/021
Moody, Allen, moderator. Panel: Essentials to Effectively Market Organic Grains (UM 831), February 21
Note: David Springer, Ken Rosmann.
1747A/256
Panel: Does There Have to Be Lots of BS, MS and PhD in Organic Dairy? (UM 815), February 20
Note: Jeff and Pam Riesgraf, Jean Anhalt, Jay Richard, Vicki Braun.
1747A/231
Panel: Into the Hands of Farmers: Meeting Organic Farmers' Research and Information Needs ([UM] 837), February 21
Note: Erica Walz, Kenneth Schneider, Jerry DeWitt, Ron Rosmann, Kathleen Delate.
1747A/276
Panel: Women as Activists in Rural Communities (UM 846), February 21
Note: Jane Hawley Stevens.
1747A/265
Porter, Warren, Dr. Biological Effects of Pesticide Fertilizer Mixes at Very Low Doses (UM 827), February 21
1747A/261
Purdy, Rich and Maureen Ash. Draft Horse Farming Experiences (UM 821), February 20
1747A/268
Riddle, Jim. Ready, Set, Get Certified (UM 830), February 21
1747A/142
Rupprecht, Mike and Jennifer. Converting Cropland to Rotational Grazing (UM 835), February 21
1747A/255
Ryan-Busch, Janette. Running an Herb, Flower and Value-Added Farm (UM 814), February 20
1747A/259
Schaeffer, Craig. New Perennial Legume for Forage and Cover (UM 819), February 20
1747A/243
Scharlau, Bob. Exploring Options to Effectively Control Weeds in Row Crops (UM 801), February 20
1747A/280
Shepard, Mark and Mark Ludwig. Practical Permaculture: Low Input/High Productivity Farmscaping (UM 851), February 20
1747A/269
Sherman, Laura and Jeff Ford. A Farm Based Brick Oven Bakery: Baking for Sustenance and Sustainability (UM 838), February 21
1747A/267
Soda, Ken. Waste and Wisdom: Creating Better Soils through Composting (UM 829), February 21
1747A/270
Stauber, John, moderator. Genetically Modified Organisms, GMOs Panel Discussion (UM 840), February 21
Note: Dr. John Fagan, Dr. Jane Rissler, Tim Sullivan.
1747A/248
Sullivan, Tim. Business Plan: Starting a Value Added Farm Business (UM 807), February 20
1747A/258
Sullivan, Tim, moderator. Panel: USDA Organic Standards: At Long Last ... But What Do They Mean? (umofc 818), February 20
Note: Michael Hankin-USDA, Mark Ritchie, Jim Riddle, Bill Wolf.
1747A/282
Tedeschi, Sara, facilitator. CSA Panel: Community Supported Agriculture: Encouraging Commitment, Retaining Members (UM 833), February 21
Note: Madison Area CSA Coalition: John Greenler, Linda Halley, Emma Casper, Jerome Gust, Brian and Rhona Beard, Parker Forsel.
1747A/252
Thornton, Sharon. A Modern Day Noah's Ark (UM 811), February 20
1747A/254
Whitaker, Paul. The Good, the Bad, and the BUG-ly: Getting the Most from Beneficial Insects (UM 813), February 20
1747A/283
Wubben, Doug. CSA Panel: Creating a Healthy Farm Economy (UM 839), February 20
Note: Peter Seely, Michael Racette, Dan Guenthner.
1747A/140
Zimmer, Gary and Pete Creguer. Non-Chemical Weed Control ([UM] 834), February 21
1747A/272
Zoff, Shary and Tom Galazen. Growing Organic Blueberries ([UM] 842), February 21
1747A/250
Zoff, Shary and Tom Galazen. Growing Raspberries the Organic Way ([UM] 809), February 20
1999: Organic Works at Home and Around the World (10th Annual Conference). Sinsinawa, Wisconsin, 1999 March 4-6
Physical Description: 61 cassette tapes 
Thursday Seminars
1747A/339-341
Brunetti, Jerry. Holistic Livestock Management (UMOFC 956-958), March 4
1747A/342-344
Lovel, Hugh. Biodynamics: Agriculture in Motion (UMOFC 959-961), March 4
1747A/333-335
Shepard, Mark and Mark Ludwig. Practical Permaculture (UMOFC 950-952), March 4
1747A/329-331
Skow, Dan and Kevin Brussell. Transition to Organic (UMOFC 947-949), March 4
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/311
Ableman, Michael. The Travels and Travails of an Urban Farmer (UMOFC 927), March 6
1747A/308
Henderson, Elizabeth. Our Farms and Gardens: Growing the Party of the Local Economy (UMOFC 924), March 5
1747A/312
Ikerd, John. Family Farms: Their Role in Our Farming Future (UMOFC 928), March 6
1747A/332
Jones, Faye. Opening speech and music (unnumbered), March 5
1747A/319
Piper, Odessa. Spirit of Place: We Are WHERE We Eat ([UMOFC] 936), March 6
Workshops and Panels
1747A/316
Blosser, Edwin. Benefits of High Quality Compost Over Manure (UMOFC 933), March 6
1747A/328
Brown, Miriam, O.P.. Sustainable Heart ([UMOFC] 946), March 6
1747A/323
Brunetti, Jerry. Gut Ecology and Parasites (UMOFC 940), March 6
1747A/287
Brunetti, Jerry. Holistic Animal Health (UMOFC 903), March 5
1747A/325
Brussell, Kevin. Bodacious Buckwheat (UMOFC 942), March 6
1747A/320
Cadwallader, Tom. Fencing Tools for the Art of Grazing: Keeping Animals Where You Want Them (UMOFC 937), March 6
1747A/327
DaVee, Rink, Bob Meyer, and Astrid Newenhouse. Postharvest Vegetable Handling and Packing Shed Layout: Now What Do We Do with It? (UMOFC 944), March 6
1747A/294
Doetch, Ron. Small Grains: A Systems Approach to Organic Markets(UMOFC 910), March 5
1747A/300
Greenler, John, moderator. Panel: CSA Perspectives: Trends in the Upper Midwest and Elsewhere (UMOFC 916), March 5
Note: Elizabeth Henderson, Sara Tedeschi, Margaret Pennings.
1747A/288
Guenthner, Dan. Benefits of Cover Cropping within an Intensive Market Garden System (UMOFC 904), March 5
1747A/292
Gundersen, Roald. The Solar Organic Farm (UMOFC 908), March 5
1747A/303
Gunthorp, Greg and Lei and Dwight Ault. Sustainable Hog Production: Two Profitable Alternatives to the Corporate Model (UMOFC 919), March 5
1747A/1266
Hansen, Mike. Buying Rural Property (a.k.a., So You Want to Buy a Farm and Live in the Country) ([UMOFC 932]), March 6
1747A/302
Hildebrand, Stan. Organic Beekeeping: Is It Possible? (UMOFC 918), March 5
1747A/305
Huggins, Hank. Growing Medicinal and Native Plants ([UMOFC] 921), March 5
1747A/295
Lovel, Hugh and Dewane Morgan. Biodynamics (UMOFC 911), March 5
1747A/345
McCargar, Steve. Food Irradiation: Why It Must Be Stopped! New important information ([UMOFC] 962), March 5
1747A/324
Meares, Alison and Michael Ableman. Urban Agriculture: Bringing Life to Community and Community to Life (UMOFC 941), March 6
1747A/313
Miller, Michele and Chris Rietz. Whole Farm Planning: Improving Farm Management to Improve Your Bottom Line (UMOFC 929), March 6
1747A/318
Moody, Allen, moderator. Panel: Marketing Organic Grains in Domestic and Asian Markets (UMOFC 935), March 6
Note: Lynn Clarkson, Ron Doetch, Cody Nishimura.
1747A/291
Myers, Mary and Greg Lawless. How to Start a Small Producer Co-op (UMOFC 907), March 5
1747A/322
Nadeau, E.G. and Kathryn Gilje. Eco-Marketing: What's It Mean? And How Could It Benefit You? (UMOFC 939), March 6
1747A/286
O'Brien, Denise. Women Can and Will Be the Farmers of the Future (UMOFC 902), March 5
1747A/299
Ortman, Debbie and Barbara Westfall. Cultivating Consumer Activism: Strategies for Supporting Your Farm and the Organic Industry (UMOFC 915), March 5
1747A/315
Panel: Controlling Our Destiny: Getting a National Program that Meets Our Needs as Organic Farmers and Consumers (UMOFC 931), March 6
Note: Jim Riddle, Cissy Bowman, Keith Jones, Roger Blobaum.
1747A/336-338
Panel: Developing Seeds with and for Organic Farmers (UMOFC 953-955), March 5
1747A/321
Panel: Farm Labor: Family, Interns, and Employees: Making It Work (UMOFC 938), March 6
Note: Steve Pincus, John Peterson, Diane Kaufman.
1747A/307
Panel: Genetically Engineered Seeds: What's a Farmer to Do? ([UMOFC] 923), March 5
Note: Dave Engel, Annie Kirschenmann, Laura Ticciati, Laurie Greenberg.
1747A/296
Panel: Opportunities and Limits of Local Food Systems (UMOFC 912), March 5
Note: Steve Pincus, John Mower, Marge Potts, John Hendrickson.
1747A/309
Panel: Organic Farmers and Concerned Consumers: How This Farmer-Consumer Partnership Challenges Industrialized Agriculture Around the World (UMOFC 925), March 5
Note: Roger Blobaum, Jim Riddle, Annie Kirschenmann.
1747A/290
Porter, Warren, Dr. Biological Effects of Pesticide Mixtures at Low Level Concentrations (UMOFC 906), March 5
1747A/289
Riddle, Jim. Getting Your Farm Certified: The Steps Involved (UMOFC 905), March 5
1747A/317
Ryan-Busch, Janette. Running an Herb, Flower, and Value-Added Farm (UMOFC 934), March 6
1747A/297
Saunders, Pam and Laurie Greenberg. Direct and Beyond: Cooperatively Marketing Organic Meats (UMOFC 913), March 5
1747A/306
Skow, Dan. Soil Health and Fertility: Using Your Senses and Your Sense (UMOFC 922), March 5
1747A/326
Sprinkel, Steve and Cissy Bowman. Solidarity: Organic Production and Pricing into the 21st Century (UMOFC 943), March 6
1747A/285
Thompson, Dick and Sharon. Alternative Weed Management (UMOFC 901), March 5
1747A/310
Vagnetti, Cynthia. Gifts and Graces of the Land (UMOFC 926), March 5
1747A/298
Walz, Erica and Jill Auburn. Organic Farmers, Make Your Voices Heard! A Farmer Forum on Changing USDA's Research Priorities (UMOFC 914), March 5
1747A/304
West, Dave. Industrial Hemp: What's the Buzz? ([UMOFC] 920), March 5
1747A/314
Whitaker, Paul. What's Bugging Your Veggies? (UMOFC 930), March 6
1747A/301
Yanda, Bob. Growing Corn and Soybeans the Organic Way (UMOFC 917), March 5
1747A/293
Zimmer, Gary. Cover Crops to Control Weeds, Manage Nutrients, Develop Soil Structure, and Promote Soil Life (UMOFC 909), March 5
2000: Organic Agriculture at the Crossroads (11th Annual Conference). La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2000 March 16-18
Physical Description: 71 cassette tapes and 68 e-files 
Thursday Seminars
1747A/361-363
Behar, Harriet and Gene Mealhow. Go Organic! (UMOFC 016-018), March 16
1747A/358-360
Bowman, Cissy and Dan Guenthner. Market Gardening Primer (UMOFC 013-015), March 16
1747A/364-366
Holliday, Richard, DVM and Mike Hartmann. Organic Livestock Management (UMOFC 019-021), March 16
1747A/352-354
Moody, Allen and Steve Carpenter. Marketing and Contracts for the Organic Farmer (UMOFC 007-009), March 16
1747A/346-348
Myers, Everett and Linda Halley. Irrigation and Post-Harvest Handling (UMOFC 001-003), March 16
1747A/349-351
Rietz, Chris; Audrey Arner, Tom Frantzen, -- Ness, Michele Miller. Planning the Whole Farm (UMOFC 004-006), March 16
1747A/355-357
Thicke, Francis and Tim Griffin. Getting Started in Organic Dairy (UMOFC 010-012), March 16
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/406
Clark, E. Ann. GMOs and the Global Backyard: What's an Organic Farmer to Do? (UMOFC 063), March 18
1747A/415
Peterson, Hans and Juli Brussell. Morning Song and Welcome: The Challenge of Defining the Organic Community in the Coming Decade: Responsibilities and Duties of Members of a Sustainable Economy ([UMOFC] 072), March 17-18
1747A/383
Ritchie, Mark. Mainstream Organic: Now What? (UMOFC 039), March 17
Workshops and Panels
1747A/411
Behar, Harriet. Your Audit Trail (UMOFC 070), March 17
1747A/393
Biernbaum, John. Greenhouse Transplant Production (UMOFC 050), March 18
1747A/405
Blanchard, Chris. Saving Seeds for Your Farm (umofc 2062), March 18
1747A/381
Blobaum, Roger; Jim Riddle, and Mark Keating. Twists and Turns of the Federal Organic Rule: Where Are We Now? (UMOFC 037), March 17
1747A/378
Bogenrief, Gary. Making the Grade: Harvesting and Storing Food Grade Beans and Grains (UMOFC 034), March 17
1747A/388
Bowman, Cissy. Reaping a Profit: Direct Marketing for the Market Gardener (UMOFC 044), March 17
1747A/380
Brown, Edward and Roger Bertsch. Cultivating a Grower to Buyer Relationship (UMOFC 036), March 17
1747A/403
Brown, Miriam, O.P.. Bio-Community for the Soul (UMOFC 060), March 18
1747A/386
Brussell, Kevin and Juli. Farming Naked? Use Cover Crops (UMOFC 042), March 17
1747A/374
Clark, E. Ann. Using Pasture to Its Strength: A New Approach to Grazing Management (UMOFC 030), March 17
1747A/414
Cotter, Michael. Stories of the Land (unnumbered cassette), March 16
1747A/407
David, Greg. Animals Work Naturally, So Put Them to Work (UMOFC 064), March 18
1747A/396
Delate, Kathleen; Cynthia Cambardella, and Stacie Johnson. Vermi-Organic Waste and Livestock-Based Composting (UMOFC 053), March 18
1747A/382
Dietmann, Paul and Steve Bertjens. A Hundred Pretty Good Ideas from Small Farms (UMOFC 038), March 17
1747A/369
Doetch, Ron. Alternative Small Grains: Food Grade Oats, Barley, and Wheat (UMOFC 024), March 17
1747A/395
Falk, Mary. Sustainable Sheep Production (UMOFC 052), March 18
1747A/400
Ford, Joyce. Ready, Set, Get Certified (UMOFC 057), March 18
1747A/392
Frantzen, Tom. Weed Control for Organic Row Crops (UMOFC 049), March 18
1747A/404
Gebhart, Paul. Hog Heaven: Raising Your Pigs Organically (UMOFC 061), March 18
1747A/402
Griffin, Timothy and Glen Borgerding. Utilizing Soil Test Results to Determine Material Selection for Organic Production (UMOFC 059), March 18
1747A/377
Halley, Linda and Richard de Wilde. Keep the Dirt on Your Farm: How to Clean and Store Quality Fresh Market Produce (UMOFC 033), March 17
1747A/401
Hartmann, Michael. Creating a Crop Rotation on Your Diversified Farm (UMOFC 058), March 18
1747A/376
Hedin, Jack. Season Extension for the Organic Gardener (UMOFC 032), March 17
1747A/387
Holliday, Richard, DVM. Fundamentals of Animal Health (UMOFC 043), March 17
1747A/372
Kazmar, Beth. Disease and Pest Management in Organic Vegetable Crops (UMOFC 028), March 17
1747A/370
Kees, Helen and Karen Bumann. Direct Marketing Meat: Start Small to Test Your Skills (UMOFC 025), March 17
1747A/394
King, Tim and Herman Hendrickson. Cooperative Direct Marketing (UMOFC 051), March 18
1747A/373
McCargar, Steve. Food Irradiation: What Next? (UMOFC 029), March 17
1747A/399
McHugh, Jenni and Rhys Williams. Key Components for a Successful CSA (UMOFC 056), March 18
1747A/367
Marquardt, John. Eggciting Facts About Producing Eggs on Family Farms (UMOFC 022), March 17
1747A/375
Mealhow, Gene. Soil Fertility, Biology, and Their Relation (UMOFC 031), March 17
1747A/413
Music Master (unnumbered cassette), undated
1747A/368
Myers, Everett. Are We Making Money Yet? (UMOFC 023), March 17
1747A/397
Nuru, Mohammed; Will Allen, Alison Meares, and Kathy Bowman. Food Related Social Justice and Organic Agriculture (UMOFC 054), March 18
1747A/390
Pirog, Rich and Kamyar Enshayan. Local Marketing to Institutions (UMOFC 046), March 17
1747A/391
Renaud, Erica; Phil Forbes, and Dan Chadima. Growing Leaf and Flower Crops for the Medicinal Market (UMOFC 047), March 17
1747A/385
Ritchie, Mark. Mainstream Organic: Now What? (UMOFC 041), March 17
1747A/389
Rynk, --, moderator. Large Scale Composting for Organic Operations (UMOFC 045), March 17
Note: Dr. Leslie Cooperband, Alexandra Stone, Joe Fitzgerald.
1747A/410
Settler, John and GiGi LaBudde. Sustainable Woods Movement (UMOFC 068), March 18
1747A/408
Shepard, Mark. This Is Nuts! Hazels and Chestnuts Organically! (UMOFC 065), March 18
1747A/371
Spaulding, Nancy and Larry. Value Adding in the Market Garden: Getting the Most from Your Product (UMOFC 027), March 17
1747A/412
Stute, Jim. Cover Cropping for Conservation (umofc 2074), March 18
1747A/384
Tedesco, Angela. Junebearing Strawberries: Growing a Crowd Pleaser (UMOFC 040), March 17
1747A/379
Thicke, Francis. Processing and Marketing Your Own Milk (UMOFC 035), March 17
1747A/398
Tornow, Blaine; Erica Renaud, and Phil Forbes. Growing Root Crops for the Medicinal Market (UMOFC 055), March 18
1747A/409
Zimmer, Gary. Building Soils while Growing Row Crops: Interseeding and Overseeding (UMOFC 066), March 18
2001: Organic Vision: Food for Community, Hope for the Future (12th Annual Conference). La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2001 March 16-17
Physical Description: 87 cassette tapes and 82 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/422-426
Biernbaum, John. Organic Transplant Production (umofc 2105-2108 + unnumbered tape), March 15
1747A/431-435
Bowman, Cissy, Dan Guenthner, and John Hendrickson. Getting Started in Organic Market Gardening (umofc 2113-2116 + unnumbered tape), March 15
1747A/441-445
Brussell, Juli; Kathleen Delate, and Bill Wilcke. Organic Building Blocks (umofc 2121-2124 + unnumbered tape), March 15
1747A/436-440
Dettloff, Paul; Dan Leiterman, and Tom Frantzen. Raising Organic Livestock (umofc 2117-2120 + unnumbered tape), March 15
1747A/417-421
Dyck, Elizabeth and Carmen Fernholz. Transitioning to Organic Crop Production (umofc 2101-2104 + unnumbered tape), March 15
1747A/427-430
Mealhow, Gene; M. Wander, and G. Borgerding. The Soil: Your Farm's Foundation (umofc 2110-2112 + unnumbered tape), March 15
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/501
Bowman, Cissy. Welcome (unnumbered tape), March 16
1747A/502
Frantzen, Tom. Welcome (unnumbered tape), March 17
1747A/446
Kirschenmann, Fred. Two Visions for Agriculture (umofc 2125), March 16
1747A/447
Piper, Odessa. Spirit of Place (umofc 2126), March 17
1747A/503
Music (unnumbered tape), March 16-17?
Workshops and Panels
1747A/465
Altenberg, Michael. Cultivating the Chef Connection (umofc 2146), March 16
1747A/468
Behar, Harriet. Get Ready ... Get Set ... Get Certified (umofc 2149), March 16
1747A/478
Behar, Harriet. The Write Stuff for Field Crops: Record Keeping and Audit Trail (umofc 2160), March 17
1747A/485
Biernbaum, John. Greenhouse Transplant Production (umofc 2168), March 17
1747A/459
Blakely, Tim. Shade Loving Herbs: Goldenseal, Black Cohosh, and Other Medicinals (umofc 2140), March 16
1747A/480
Bowman, Cissy. Cool It! Post-Harvest Handling for Small Market Gardeners (umofc 2162), March 17
1747A/495
Brussell, Kevin and Randy Hampshire. Special Crops, Special Markets: Trends and Considerations in Specialty Grains (umofc 2179), March 17
1747A/496
Cooley, Rodger; Will Allen, and D. Underwood. Urban Agriculture and Social Justice (umofc 2180), March 17
1747A/498
Cummins, Ronnie. Food Agenda Driving Frankenfoods Off the Market, Phasing Out the Most Dangerous Practices of Factory Farming, and Converting American Agriculture to Organic (umofc 2182), March 17, 2000-2010
1747A/499
Cummins, Ronnie and Steve McCargar. Genetic Engineering and Food Irradiation into 2001 and Beyond (umofc 2183), March 17
1747A/469
de Wilde, Richard and Linda Halley. Managing Complexity: Considerations for a CSA Farmer (umofc 2150), March 16
1747A/462
Dettloff, Paul. Natural Herd Health Therapies: A Veterinarian's Approach for Tapping into Mother Nature's Warehouse of Natural Remedies (umofc 2143), March 16
1747A/479
Dietmann, Paul; Prescott Bergh, and Collie Graddick. Handling Conflicts with Conventional Neighbors (umofc 2161), March 17
1747A/483
Doll, Jerry. Whys and Wherefores of Weeds (umofc 2166), March 17
1747A/488
Dyck, Elizabeth and Carmen Fernholz. 12-Step Program for Your Chemically Addicted Farm (umofc 2171), March 17
1747A/476
Ford, Joyce. The Write Stuff for Livestock Producers: Record Keeping and Audit Trails (umofc 2157), March 17
1747A/456
Ford, Joyce. The Write Stuff for Market Gardeners: Record Keeping and Audit Trails (umofc 2137), March 16
1747A/454
Gale-Sinex, Michele. Your Ecological Footprint: A Sustainability Sweatlodge from Redefining Progress (umofc 2135), March 16
1747A/457
Goldstein, Walter and Jim Stute. Healthy Soils, Healthy Roots, Good Yields, Great Quality (umofc 2138), March 16
1747A/450
Goodman, Jim. Beef Basics: Organically! (umofc 2129), March 16
1747A/471
Guenthner, Dan. Cover Cropping for Market Gardeners (umofc 2152), March 16
1747A/491
Gunnink, Doug. Beginning Grazing: For the Enlightened (umofc 2175), March 17
1747A/474
Hendrickson, John and Janet Parker. Turning the Cafeteria Line into a Local Foods Smorgasbord: How to Create Local Food Projects at Colleges (umofc 2155), March 17
1747A/467
Holle, Oren; Randy Hampshire, Luann Robinson, and Kevin Brussell. Flexing Your Marketing Muscle: Price Discovery the Legal Way (umofc 2148), March 16
1747A/481
Johnson, Larry. Creating an Effective Water Cycle on Your Farm (umofc 2164), March 17
1747A/458
Kaufmann, Diane. Profitable Pastured Poultry: Gotta Love Those Ps! (umofc 2139), March 16
1747A/475
Kazmar, Beth. Organic Pest Control in Vegetable Crops (umofc 2156), March 17
1747A/493
Keating, Mark. Implementing the NOP (umofc 2177), March 17
1747A/482
Kirsch, Ray. The Midwest Food Alliance: The Value of an Eco Label in Marketing Sustainability and Community (umofc 2165), March 17
1747A/460
Kivirist, Lisa and John Ivanko. Right Livelihood: Creating Multiple Farm-based Dividends that Yield Profit and Satisfy the Soul (umofc 2141), March 16
1747A/487
Lane, Carolyn and Kevin Brussell. Sowing Your Field Crops: Purchasing and Managing Your Seed Supply (umofc 2170), March 17
1747A/472
Leiterman, Dan. Parasite and Fly Control (umofc 2153), March 16
1747A/1258
Lipson, Mark. Statement read
1747A/448-449
Lipson, Mark and Kathleen Delate. SCOARing with Organic Research (umofc 2127-2128), March 16
1747A/477
Lorentz, Mike. Raise, Process, Market: Working with Small Meat Processors to Your Mutual Advantage (umofc 2159), March 17
1747A/453
Mealhow, Gene. Organic Matter Matters: Creating a Home for Life in the Soil (umofc 2134), March 16
1747A/486
O'Brien, Denise. Celebrating: Women in Agriculture (umofc 2169), March 17
1747A/497
Pincus, Steve. Storing Vegetable Crops to Extend Your Sales Season (umofc 2181), March 17
1747A/492
Piper, Odessa. Creativity of Necessity: How to Cook and Promote Creative, Delicious, and LOCAL Foods, Every Season of the Year (umofc 2176), March 17
1747A/466
Porter, Warren. Straight Talk on Pesticides (umofc 2147), March 16
1747A/470
Riddle, Jim and Roger Blobaum. Farming Has Gone Global: How Did It Happen and Why Does It Matter? (umofc 2151), March 16
1747A/455
Schuster, Don. An Economic Look at the Wisconsin Integrated Cropping Systems Trial, Eleven Years and Still Going Strong (umofc 2136), March 16
1747A/463
Shepard, Mark. Go Nuts with Organic Hazelnuts and Chestnuts: A Permaculture Approach (umofc 2144), March 16
1747A/500
Shepard, Mark. Go Nuts with Organic Hazelnuts and Chestnuts: A Permaculture Approach (umofc 2184), March 17 (repeat session)
1747A/451
Sliwa, David; Keith Kozub, and Maury Wills. Organic Orcharding as Part of a Diversified Farm (umofc 2130), March 16
1747A/473
Solberg, Renee. Marketing and Growing Field Crop Herbs (umofc 2154), March 16
1747A/494
Spanier, Doug. Contracts and Crap Shoots: Pick Your Game (umofc 2178), March 17
1747A/490
Spaulding, Tom and Janet Gamble. CRAFTing Interns into Farmers (umofc 2173), March 17
1747A/452
Sterner, Al and Jean Peterson. Flame On!: Red Hot Weed Control (umofc 2132), March 16
1747A/484
Stettler, Karen; Amy Bacigalupo, and Robin Moore. Farm Beginnings: Preparing the Land's Next Generation (umofc 2167), March 17
1747A/461
Stevens, Jane Hawley. Growing with the Moon's Influence (umofc 2142), March 16
1747A/489
Thicke, Francis. Milk it for All Its Worth (umofc 2172), March 17
1747A/464
Zimmer, Gary. Tillage and Tools (umofc 2145), March 16
2002: the Heart of Organics (13th Annual Conference). La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2002 February 28-March 2
Physical Description: 79 cassette tapes and 80 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/514-517
Biernbaum, John. Organic Transplant Production (UMOFC 2211-2214), February 28
1747A/531-534
Blobaum, Roger; Jerry DeWitt, and Kathleen Delate. Organic Farming 101 (UMOFC 2231-2234), February 28
1747A/526-530
Dettloff, Paul; Dan Leiterman, Tom Frantzen. Raising Organic Livestock (UMOFC 2226-2230), February 28
1747A/522-525
Getting Started in Organic Market Gardening (UMOFC 2221-2224), February 28
1747A/504-508
Market Mastery: Moving Your Organic Grains and Livestock (UMOFC 2201-2205), February 28
1747A/518-521
The Soil: Your Farm's Foundation (UMOFC 2216-2219), February 28
1747A/509-513
Transitioning to Organic Crop Production (UMOFC 2206-2210), February 28
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/537
Arner, Audrey. Chambers of the Heart of Organics (UMOFC 2238), March 2
1747A/536
Holm, Bill. Farming the Interior Life (UMOFC 2237), March 1
1747A/535
LaDuke, Winona. Mino-bimaatisiiwin, the Good Life (UMOFC 2236), February 28
Workshops and Panels
1747A/581
Behar, Harriet. Add Value to Your Crops with On-Farm Processing (UOFC 2282), March 2
1747A/546
Biernbaum, John and Jim Riddle. Compost Happens (UMOFC 2247), March 1
1747A/564
Blobaum, Roger and Tom Dobbs. Forces Shaping the Profitability of Organic Farming (UMOFC 2265), March 2
1747A/541
Blobaum, Roger; Juli Brussell, Jim Ennis, and Michael Sligh. Panel: Eco, Green, and Organic Labeling: Potential Impacts for Farmers (UMOFC 2242), March 1
1747A/1259
Brunetti, Jerry. My Personal Battle with Cancer, March 2?
1747A/562
Byczynski, Lynn. Flower Farming (UMOFC 2263), March 2
1747A/550
Byczynski, Lynn and John Hendrickson. Honey, I Shrunk the Walk-In: Common Mistakes of Beginning Market Gardeners (UMOFC 2251), March 1
1747A/561
Craig, Kay and Dan Guertin. Lessons from Small Dairy Co-ops (UMOFC 2262), March 1
1747A/577
de Graaf, John. Hot Potatoes (UMOFC 2247), March 2
1747A/582
Delahaut, Karen. Improving Insect Management with Phenology (UMOFFC 2283), March 2
1747A/580
Doetch, Ron and Kendall Lamkey. Growing GMO Corn, Unintentionally (UMOFC 2280), March 2
1747A/543
Dyck, Elizabeth and Jane Sooby. Show Me the Data: Research Results from Organic Studies in the Upper Midwest (UMOFC 2244), March 1
1747A/557
Ehrhardt, Mac; Mark Kastel, Maury Johnson. Securing Your Seed Supply (UMOFC 2258), March 1
1747A/554
Ford, Joyce. Getting Ready to Get Certified (UMOFC 2255), March 1
1747A/549
Frantzen, Tom and Tim Griffin. Developing Rations for Organic Livestock (UMOFC 2250), March 1
1747A/555
Galazen, Tom. Organic Bramble Production (UMOFC 2256), March 1
1747A/576
Gamble, Janet. Crop Planning for the CSA and Market Garden (UMOFC 2276), March 2
1747A/579
Griffin, Tim; Jim Pierce, Emily Brown-Rosen. Supplements for Animals: Somebody, Anybody, Please Tell Me What I Can Use! (UMOFC 2279), March 2
1747A/572
Hamilton, Neil. Considering Possible Legal Issues Involved in Direct Farm Marketing (UMOFC 2273), March 2
1747A/548
Hamilton, Neil and Carolyn Lane. Contracts and Marketing (UMOFC 2249), March 1
1747A/538
Hansen, Mike and Debra. A New Model for Pastured Poultry (UMOFC 2239), March 1
1747A/568
Holliday, Richard. Fundamentals of Livestock Health (UMOFC 2269), March 2
1747A/552
Holm, Bill; Margaret Pennings, Dan Guenthner. The Literature of the Land (UMOFC 2253), March 1
1747A/558
Kloppenburg, Jack. Unplugging from the Corporate Food System (UMOFC 2259), March 1
1747A/570
Leiterman, Dan. Raising Organic Calves and Young Stock (UMOFC 2271), March 2
1747A/565
Lentz, Ralph. Creative Pasture Utilization: Stream Bank Management and Winter Feeding of Cattle (UMOFC 2266), March 2
1747A/560
Liebman, Matt and Walter Goldstein. Integrating Soil, Crop, and Weed Management in Organic Farming Systems (UMOFC 2261), March 1
1747A/563
Liebman, Matt and Walter Goldstein. Managing Cover Crops for Building Soils, Feeding Crops, and Suppressing Diseases and Weeds (UMOFC 2264), March 2
1747A/544
Lightner, Babette. Taking Care of Your Body While Taking Care of Your Farm (UMOFC 2245), March 1
1747A/553
Lipson, Mark. Update on Organic Research Programs, Funding (UMOFC 2254), March 1
1747A/573
Lutteke, Dennis. Flame Weeding (UMOFC 2274), March 2
1747A/578
Mealhow, Gene and Francis Thicke. Advanced Soils for Organic Growers (UMOFC 2278), March 2
1747A/575
Mealhow, Gene and Francis Thicke. Getting to Know Your Soil: Basic Organic Soil Science (UMOFC 2275-marked "don't use"), March 1
1747A/542
Nutter, Erin and Richard de Wilde. Food Safety in the Market Garden (UMOFC 2243), March 1
1747A/567
Riesgraf, Jeff; Greg Welsh. Transition to Organic Dairy (UMOFC 2268), March 2
1747A/569
Riddle, Jim; Maury C. Wills, and Michael Sligh. The Rule Gets Real in 2002 (UMOFC 2270), March 2
1747A/539
Rosman, Ron. Surviving the Transition to Organic Production (UMOFC 2240), March 1
1747A/551
Schuster, Don. Creating a Budget for Your Farm Enterprise (UMOFC 2252), March 1
1747A/540
Shepard, Mark. Permaculture Techniques for Every Farm (UMOFC 2241), March 2 (repeat session)
1747A/559
Sooby, Jane and Ken Schneider. The Research Revolution: How to Subvert the Government and Do It Yourself (UMOFC 2260), March 1
1747A/556
Specht, Dan. Integrating Livestock into Your Crop Rotation (UMOFC 2257), March 1
1747A/545
Stettler, Karen. So You Want to Be a Farmer: Resource Assessment and First Steps (UMOFC 2246), March 1
1747A/566
Wade, Alan and Bill Carter. Benefits of Prairie Restoration (UMOFC 2267), March 2
1747A/571
Whitaker, Paul. Bug Off! Basic Insect Pest Management for Market Gardeners (UMOFC 2272), March 2
1747A/547
Zweigart, Regis and Erica Renaud. Successful Large-Scale Herb Production (UMOFC 2248), March 1
2003: Keeping the Circle Unbroken (14th Annual Conference). La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2003 February 27-March 1
Physical Description: 46 tapes and 48 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/1260-1262
Thicke, Francis and Glen Borgerding. Soil Health: What Your Plants Want, 27 February
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/583
Hunt, William. Achieving Common Goals: The Intersection of Organic Agriculture and Conservation Programs (UMOFC 2302? Tape marked only with number and "Fri AM"), February 28
1747A/584
Schwartz, Anne. Will (or Can) the Small Farm Survive? A Look at Redesigning Our Farm System (UMOFC 2303), March 1
Workshops and Panels
1747A/610
Anderson, Barth; Martin Diffley, Joyce Ford. Organic Certification for Retailers: Challenges and Opportunity (UMOFC 2329), March 1
1747A/591
Arner, Audrey. There's No Taste Like Home: Reinventing a Community-Based Food System (UMOFC 2310), February 28
1747A/619
Arnold, Sandy and Paul. Profitability through Season Extension (UMOFC 2338), March 1
1747A/603
Arnold, Sandy and Paul, Tricia Bross. Stay Small: Challenging the Get Big or Get Out Idea in Market Farming (UMOFC 2322), February 28
1747A/600
Barlow, Jim. Soil Food Web (UMOFC 2319), February 28
1747A/601
Behar, Harriet. Good Organic Retailing Practices Overview (UMOFC 2320), February 28
1747A/612
Bergh, Prescott. Organic Grain Marketing (UMOFC 2331), March 1
1747A/624
Biernbaum, John. Compost Happens for the Market Gardener (UMOFC 2343), March 1
1747A/618
Borgerding, Glen. Soil Analysis Interpretation Basics (UMOFC 2337), March 1
1747A/606
Brussell, Juli and Cissy Bowman. Ecolabels: Being Organic and Finding Your FAIR Share (UMOFC 2325), February 28
1747A/599
deGiacomo, Gigi. Planning and Building a Sustainable Business (UMOFC 2318), February 28
1747A/589
Dettloff, Paul. Beyond Homeopathy (UMOFC 2308), February 28
1747A/594
Dickel, Dean. In Search of the Golden Oval: Producing Organic Eggs on a Medium Scale (UMOFC 2313), February 28
1747A/605
Diffley, Martin. Field Equipment for Vegetable Production (UMOFC 2324), February 28
1747A/597
Dyck, Elizabeth and Deborah Allen. Research Relevant to Your Organic System (UMOFC 2316), February 28
1747A/622
Ford, Joyce. Your Organic Farm Plan: Get It Done Early! (UMOFC 2341), March 1
1747A/616
Fredericks, Laurie; Cindy Cruea, Mary Behm. Crop Insurance for Organic Farmers: Options and Considerations (UMOFC 2335), March 1
1747A/611
Gamble, Janet and Walter Goldstein. Biodynamics: a Practical Method for Working with the Spiritual Side of Farming (UMOFC 2330), March 1
1747A/604
Goldstein, Walter. Building Soils and Maintaining Fertility (UMOFC 2323), February 28
1747A/615
Griffin, Tim and Greg Walsh. Transitioning to Organic Dairy (UMOFC 2334), March 1
Note: Not listed in program.
1747A/592
Guenthner, Dan. Closing the Nutrient Loop on Your Intensive Vegetable Farm (UMOFC 2311), February 28
1747A/617
Hadad, Robert and Jennifer Lanier. Humane Sustainable Livestock Production (UMOFC 2336), March 1
1747A/602
Hager, Andy. Managed Intensive Grazing: What it Can and Can't Do for Your Operation (UMOFC 2321), February 28
1747A/620
Hall, John. Small Grain Crop Selection (UMOFC 2339), March 1
1747A/585
Imhoff, Dan. Farming with the Wild (UMOFC 2304), February 28
1747A/593
Jackson, Dana. Farming--and Marketing--as if Nature Mattered (UMOFC 2312), February 28
1747A/590
Johnson, Larry. Farming for Fun and Profit! An Introduction to Holistic Management (UMOFC 2309), February 28
1747A/623
Knight, Jack. Sustainable Forestry and Organic Farming: A Match Made for Earth (UMOFC 2342), March 1
1747A/625
McEvoy, Miles; Brian Baker, George Kuepper. Here We Go 'Round the Materials Bush (UMOFC 2344), March 1
1747A/607
McGrath, Mike; Amy Miller, Dan Specht. Conservation Security Program: Stewardship Incentives for Organic Farmers (UMOFC 2326), February 28
1747A/626
Mealhow, Gene. From Commodity to Consumer Products (UMOFC 2345), March 1
1747A/609
Navazio, John. Growing Vegetable Seed for Farm and Sale (UMOFC 2328), March 1
1747A/596
Pincus, Steve and Beth Kazmar. Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, and More: Growing Brassicas Organically (UMOFC 2315), February 28
1747A/595
Reisgraf, Pam and Jeff. Conserving Soil and Water While Farming Organically (UMOFC 2314), February 28
1747A/628
Riddle, Jim. From Swiss to Cheese: Tales of Organic Livestock Production in Europe (UMOFC 2347), March 1
1747A/587
Riddle, Jim; Miles McEvoy, Barbara Robinson. The New USDA Rule: What It Means to You (UMOFC 2306), February 28
1747A/614
Seely, Peter. Organic Strawberry Production (UMOFC 2333), March 1
1747A/613
Smith, Margaret; Tom Frantzen, Dan Guenthner. Sustaining the Family in Family Farming (UMOFC 2332), March 1
1747A/586
Thicke, Francis. Getting to Know Your Soil: Basic Organic Soil Science (UMOFC 2305), February 28
1747A/627
Vrbka, Andrew; Maury Johnson, Dennis Penland. Producing Top Quality Food Grade Beans and Grain (UMOFC 2346), March 1
1747A/598
Wills, Maury and Miles McEvoy. State Organic Programs: An Update (UMOFC 2317), February 28
1747A/621
Wright, Patty and Mike Racette. The Benefits of CSA Core Groups (UMOFC 2340), March 1
1747A/588
Zimmer, Gary. Biological Weed Control Strategies (UMOFC 2307), February 28
1747A/608
Zimmer, Gary. Transitioning to Organic Farming: Managing Biology (UMOFC 2327), February 28
2004: 15 Years of Growing Our Roots [15th Annual Conference]. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2004 February 26-28
Physical Description: 47 tapes and 48 e-files  
Organic University
1747A/796-799
Organic Dairy Production
Keynote Addresses and Welcomes
1747A/728
Benbrook, Chuck. A Bill of Goods: Agricultural Policy and Technology Innovation Since the Mid-1990s (UMOFC 2452), February 27
1747A/727
Frantzen, Tom. Industrialization Trends and What We Can Do About It (UMOFC 2451), February 26
1747A/729
Henderson, Elizabeth. Organic Roots: A Farmer's View of Where They Reach (UMOFC 2453), February 28
Workshops and Panels
1747A/701
Alert, Doug; Margaret Smith, Paul Mugge. Developing Successful Corn and Soybean Production Systems (UMOF 2419), February 27
1747A/705
Andreasen, Jean; Harry Hoch, Dave and Florence Minar. Role of Ecolabels and How to Market Your Difference! (UMOF 2424), February 27
1747A/699
Bacigalupo, Amy. It Works! Learning from Farming's Next Generation (UMOF 2417), February 27
1747A/643
Behar, Harriet and Emily Brown-Rosen. Organic Certification: How, Why, and What You Can Gain from It (UMOF 2415), February 27
1747A/719
Benbrook, Chuck. Public Health and Environmental Costs of the Way Most American Farmers Farm (UMOF 2441), February 28
1747A/721
Benike, Pam. Regional Marketing Networks: Profits and Pitfalls (UMOF 2443), February 28
1747A/709
Benike, Pam and Francis Thicke. On-Farm Milk Processing (UMOF 2428), February 28
1747A/717
Blanchard, Kim and Chris and John Biernbaum. Winter Vegetable Production in the Upper Midwest (UMOF 2437), February 28
1747A/631
Blobaum, Roger; Michael Sligh, Francis Thicke. Implementing the Organic Foods Production Act: How Government Control and Political Influence May be Putting Organic Principles and Integrity at Risk (UMOF 2403), February 27
1747A/708
Bobbe, John. Farmer Empowerment Using Collective Bargaining and Network Marketing in the Organic Marketplace (UMOF 2427), February 28
1747A/716
Delate, Kathleen and Jane Sooby. Organic Agriculture Research at Land Grant Universities (UMOF 2436), February 28
1747A/706
Dettloff, Paul. Nine Tools of Natural Livestock Care: Tinctures, Herbs, and Other Natural Products (UMOF 2425), February 28
1747A/720
Dietmann, Paul. Beekeeping Basics (UMOF 2442), February 28
1747A/700
Doran, John. Renewing Earth and its People: Balancing Food and Environmental Needs (UMOF 2418), February 27
1747A/704
Dyck, Elizabeth. Myths and Realities of Organic Production from a Research Perspective (UMOF 2423), February 27
1747A/642
Fernholz, Carmen. Weed Management in Organic Crop Row Systems (UMOF 2414), February 27
1747A/707
Fisher-Merritt, John. Extend Your Marketing Season with Root Cellaring (UMOF 2426), February 28
1747A/703
Fogiel, Andy. Compost Basics for Organic Farmers (UMOF 2422), February 27
1747A/714
Frantzen, Tom; Robert Hadad, Jennifer Lanier. Raising Hogs Humanely (UMOF 2434), February 28
1747A/637
Goldstein, Walter. Organic Matter Management (UMOF 2409), February 27
1747A/702
Griffin, Tim and Paul Dettloff. Immune System concepts for the Dairy Herd (UMOF 2421), February 27
1747A/638
Hamilton, Ron and Sheila. Organic Free Range Poultry Production and Marketing (UMOF 2410), February 27
1747A/711
Hammer, Strider. Cultivating a Relationship with Produce Buyers (UMOF 2430), February 28
1747A/715
Henderson, Elizabeth. No Sweatshops in the Field (UMOF 2435), February 28
1747A/630
Hendrickson, John; Kim Blanchard, and Mike Racette. Dollars and Cents on the CSA Farm (UMOF 2402), February 27
1747A/713
James, Sam. Practical Earthworm Science for the Organic Farmer (UMOF 2433), February 28
1747A/712
Kennicker, John. Organic Management of Soybean Insect Pests (UMOF 2431), February 28
1747A/633
Klinge, Jeff and Dan Specht. Barley and Other Small Grains (UMOF2405), February 27
1747A/635
Krome, Margaret. Using Federal Programs to Support Sustainable Agriculture (UMOF 2407), February 27
1747A/640
McGrath, Mike and Paul Flynn. The Conservation Security Program: Protecting Resources on Working Lands (UMOF 2412), February 27
1747A/644
Marquez, Theresa and Chuck Benbrook. How Farmers Can Help Educate the Public Regarding the Benefits of Producing and Consuming Organic Food (UMOF 2416), February 27
1747A/632
Mielke, Daniel. Growing Strawberries and Raspberries in High Tunnels (UMOFC 2404), February 27
1747A/722
Mielke, Daniel. Growing Strawberries and Raspberries in High Tunnels (UMOFC - unnumbered), February 28 (repeat session)
1747A/725
Morrow, Ron. Finishing Beef on Grass (UMOF 2445), February 28
1747A/718
Navazio, John. Meeting the Needs of the Expanding Market for Organically Grown Seed (UMOF 2438), February 28
1747A/639
Pincus, Steve and John Fisher-Merritt. Organic Transplant Production (UMOF 2411), February 27
1747A/710
Riddle, Jim. Developing a Soil Building Crop Rotation (UMOF 2429), February 28
1747A/723
Riddle, Jim and Harriet Behar. Organic Certification (UMOFC 24), ?
1747A/634
Shepard, Mark. Perennial Crops Part 1: Promises and Pitfalls (UMOF 2406), February 27
1747A/641
van Schaik, Caroline and Laurie Makos. Questions of Credit for Smarter Farmers, Smarter Lenders (UMOF 2413), February 27
1747A/621
Wells, Ann. Introduction to Organic Livestock (UMOF 2401), February 27
1747A/724
Wheeler, Phil. Foliar Feeding (UMOF 2444), February 28
1747A/726
Zimmer, Gary. Quality Forages and Hay (UMOF 2446), February 28
1747A/636
Zimmer, Gary. Soil Health: How to Achieve It, How to Maintain It, How to Nurture It (UMOF 2408), February 27
2005: Make Mine Organic! (16th Annual Conference) La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2005 February 24-26
Physical Description: 54 tapes and 52 e-files  
Keynote Addresses
1747A/645
Jackson, Dana. Organic Farming and Wild Nature: Setting a Higher Standard (2501), February 25
1747A/646
Riddle, Jim. Make Mine Organic: Values, Virtues, and Visions (2502), February 26
1747A/647
Vagnetti, Cynthia and Audrey Arner. String of Pearls (2503), February 24
Workshops and Panels
1747A/695
Allen, Will. Farming in the City (UMOFC 2566), February 26
1747A/673
Arner, Audrey; Kim Blanchard, Larry Cleverley. Slow Food and Organic Farming (UMOFC 2538), February 25
1747A/680
Behar, Harriet. Making Organic Certification Work for You (UMOFC 2546), February 26
1747A/677
Biernbaum, John. Compost Basics for Organic Farmers (UMOFC 2543), February 26
1747A/654
Blobaum, Roger and R. Mark Davis. Getting the Organic Message Out to Consumers (UMOFC 2516), February 25
1747A/648
Cleverley, Larry. Growing Great Garlic (and Leeks, Shallots and Onions) (UMOFC 2510), February 25
1747A/659
Delahaut, Karen. What's Bugging You: Insect Identification and Management (UMOFC 2523), February 25
1747A/656
Delate, Kathleen. Organic Weed Management: Research Results and On-Farm Applications (UMOFC 2520), February 25
1747A/662
Diffley, Martin and Atina. Farmers in the Spotlight: Gardens of Eagan (UMOFC 2526), February 25
1747A/667
Diver, Steve. On-Farm Beneficial Microbe Cultures: Compost Teas, Effective Microorganisms (EM), and Related Biological Farming Systems (UMOFC 2532), February 25
1747A/661
Diver, Steve. Soil Biology and Humus Farming: The Principles and the Practices (UMOFC 2525), February 25
1747A/678
Dyck, Elizabeth. Weed Management in Organic Row Crop Systems (UMOFC 2544), February 26
1747A/675
Falk, Mary and Dave. Sustainable Sheep Production (UMOFC 2541), February 26
1747A/668
Garcia, Deborah. The Future of Food (UMOFC 2533), February 25
1747A/683
Glass, Kip. Pastured Poultry: Comparing Day Range to Moveable Pens (UMOFC 2551), February 26
1747A/692
Goldstein, Walter and Janet Gamble. Biodynamics: A Practical Method for Working with the Spiritual Side of Farming (UMOFC 2563), February 26
1747A/657
Halley, Linda. Behind the Scenes: Record Keeping, Logistics, and How to Expedite Your CSA (UMOFC 2521), February 25
1747A/690
Hansen, Mike and Debra. Pasture-Raised Organic Turkey, It's a Good Thing! (unnumbered tape), February 26
1747A/676
Holcomb, Bridget; Peter Lammers, Michelle Ferrarese. Students Shaping Education: Student-Run Organic Gardens and Farms (UMOFC 2542), February 26
1747A/681
Holliday, Richard. Management of Reproductive Problems in Dairy Cows (UMOFC 2547), February 26
1747A/660
Jackson, Laura and Dana Jackson. Sell Fresh, Sell Local, and Sell Habitat (UMOFC 2524), February 25
1747A/666
Johnson, Bob and Harry Hoch. Managing Pests in Organic Apple Production (UMOFC 2531), February 25
1747A/687
Kivirist, Lisa and John Ivanko. Use Public Relations to Market Your Business (UMOFC 2556), February 26
1747A/696
Krome, Margaret. Using Federal Funding to Support Sustainable Agriculture (UMOFC 2567), February 26
1747A/665
Leiterman, Dan and Guy Jodarski. Effective Management of Internal Parasites in Livestock for Organic Production (UMOFC 2530), February 25
1747A/694
Levins, Richard and John Bobbe. Why Organic Farmers Need Market Power and How They Can Get It (UMOFC 2565), February 26
1747A/682
Martens, Mary-Howell and Klaas. Thinking Upstream (UMOFC 2550), February 26
1747A/670
Mattocks, Jeff. Utilizing Small Grains Effectively in Livestock and Poultry Diets (UMOFC 2535), February 25
1747A/672
Moody, Allen and Juliet Tomkin. Natural and Organic Beef Production and Marketing Systems (UMOFC 2537), February 25
1747A/651
Munsch, Jim. Measurements for Making Decisions on Your Farm (UMOFC 2513), February 25
1747A/664
Paine, Laura. Grazing Ecology: Making the Most of Pastures in Your Organic System (UMOFC 2528), February 25
1747A/691
Ramlow, Bob. Heating Greenhouses with Solar Energy (UMOFC 2562), February 26
1747A/688
Riddle, Jim and Emily Brown Rosen. Developing a National Organic Action Plan (UMOFC 2557), February 26
1747A/658
Rissman, Joel and Paul Mugge. Flax Production (UMOFC 2522), February 25
1747A/674
Rosen, Emily Brown. What Materials Really Work in Organic Vegetable Pest Management? (UMOFC 2540), February 26
1747A/655
Schwarzhoff, Jim; Jim Farley, Pete Simon, Larry Huiras. Vegetable Production for Commercial Processing (UMOFC 2517), February 25
1747A/686
Slama, Jim; Linda Halley, Mike Hansen. FamilyFarmed.org: Creating a Values-Driven Food System (UMOFC 2555), February 26
1747A/671
Sligh, Michael and John Navazio. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in the Seed Business, February 25
1747A/652
Sooby, Jane. Organic Farming Systems Research: Paradigm Shift or Flash in the Pan (UMOFC 2514), February 25
1747A/669
Spaulding, Tom; Amy Cloud, David Cleverdon. Farm Interns and Farm Hands: Can a Farm Get the Work Done and Train New Growers? (UMOFC 2534), February 25
1747A/663
Stettler, Karen; Michelle and Roger Benrud, Robin Moore, Dave and Erin Varney. What I Wish I Had Known Before I Started Farming (UMOFC 2527), February 25
1747A/685
Thicke, Francis. Building Healthy Soils for Organic Production (UMOFC 2554), February 26
1747A/653
Vagnetti, Cynthia. Women of 21st Century Agriculture (UMOFC 2515), February 25
1747A/684
Warner, Bill and Judy Hageman. Start Your Farming Year in September: Year-Round Growing in Hoop Houses (UMOFC 2552), February 26
1747A/649
Winter, Will. Detoxification and Cleansing for Beast and Man (UMOFC 2511), February 25
1747A/698
Winter, Will. Go to the Farm, Not to the Pharmacy, February 26
1747A/679
Wright, Carla. Landtrusts and Conservation (UMOFC 2545), February 26
1747A/689
Wubben, Doug. Linking the Land with the Lunchroom: Farm-to-School Projects in the Upper Midwest (UMOFC 2560), February 26
1747A/693
Zimmer, Gary. Cover Crop Basics (UMOFC 2564), February 26
1747A/650
Zimmer, Gary. Understanding Calcium in the Soil (UMOFC 2512), February 25
2006: Growing More Organic! (17th Annual Conference) La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2006 February 23-25
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (2601-2618, 2619-2636, 2637-2652, 2653-2663) and 63 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1269
Ableman, Michael. Fields of Plenty: A Journey in Search of Real Food and the People Who Grow It (UMOFC 2603), February 25
1747A/1267
Duram, Leslie. Good Growing: A Geography of Organic Farming (UMOFC 2601), February 23
1747A/1268
Sligh, Michael. Securing Our Future: Seeds and Breeds for the 21st Century, Preparing Now for the Challenges Ahead (UMOFC 2602), February 24
Workshops and Panels
1747A/1327
Anderson, Barth. Retailing a Local Farming Community (UMOFC 2661), February 25
1747A/1325
Baker, Brian; Jim Riddle, Steve Walker. Post-Harvey Organics: Impacts and Outlooks for Organic Farmers and Processors (UMOFC 2659), February 25
1747A/1278
Baumgartner, Jo Ann and Jim Riddle. Wildness on the Farm and in the Rule (UMOFC 2612), February 24
1747A/1284
Behar, Harriet and Emily Brown Rosen. Organic Livestock Certification: The Basics (UMOFC 2618), February 24
1747A/1273
Bird, George W. The Living Soil: Organic Agriculture's Foundation (UMOFC 2607), February 24
1747A/1319
Bird, George W. Understanding Organic Pest Management for Horticultural Crops (UMOFC 2653), February 25
1747A/1305
Blobaum, Roger and Mark Kastel. Organic Integrity Under Attack: A Call to Action (UMOFC 2639), February 25
1747A/1290
Blosser, Edwin. Balancing Soil with Compost (UMOFC 2624), February 24
1747A/1271
Bobbe, John. Forward Contracting Organic Feed (UMOFC 2605), February 24
1747A/1294
Coehoorn, Darlene and Tom Weaver. Organic Dairy Conversion: Considerations and Strategies (UMOFC 2628), February 24
1747A/1277
Destree, Reginald. Organic Row Crop Production: A High-Input Approach to Healthy Plants and Healthy Yields (UMOFC 2611), February 24
1747A/1306
Destree, Reginald. Organic Vegetable Production: A High-Input Approach to Healthy Plants and Healthy Yields (UMOFC 2640), February 25
1747A/1309
Dietmann, Paul and Ron Bula. Turning Grass into Cash: An Introduction to the Art of Managed Grazing (UMOFC 2643), February 25
1747A/1272
Diffley, Atina. Keep the Quality: Post-Harvest Handling for the Market Farm (UMOFC 2606), February 24
1747A/1318
Diver, Steve. Soil Biology and Cellular Metabolism: The Workforce Driving Compost Teas, EM, and Organic Matter Management (UMOFC 2652), February 25
1747A/1311
Dufour, Rex. Farmscaping: Practical Theory and Application (UMOFC 2645), February 25
1747A/1300
Fernholz, Carmen. Family Farm Agriculture's Role on the Rural Landscape (UMOFC 2634), February 25
1747A/1270
Ford, Joyce. Farm and Crop Certification (UMOFC 2604), February 24
1747A/1288
Frantzen, Tom. Ten Years of Experience with a Five-Year Crop Rotation (UMOFC 2622), February 24
1747A/1321
Goeke, John and Virginia. Growing Gourmet Mushrooms: Small-Scale Production for CSA, Farmers' Market, and Fungi Fans (UMOFC 2655), February 25
1747A/1292
Halley, Linda; Atina Diffley, Michael Ableman. Labor and the Market Farm (UMOFC 2626), February 24
1747A/1326
Harper, Tracy and Tom Frantzen. Progress in Organic Pig Health (UMOFC 2660), February 25
1747A/1299
Harvey, Arthur. A Discussion with Arthur Harvey (UMOFC 2633), February 24
1747A/1286
Hendrickson, John; Mike Racette, Kim Blanchard. Scale and Profits on the Market Farm (UMOFC 2620), February 24
1747A/1287
Holliday, Richard; Paul Dettloff, William Zimmer. Stump the Vet (UMOFC 2621), February 24
1747A/1316
Igl, Brian. Raising Grain Peas for Food and Seed (UMOFC 2650), February 25
1747A/1303
Joannides, Jan; John Ivanko, Lisa Kivirist. How to Tell Your Farm's Story to Attract and Keep Dedicated Customers (UMOFC 2637), February 25
1747A/1308
Kennicker, John and Jerry DeWitt. Soybean Rust and Organic Soybean Production (UMOFC 2642), February 25
1747A/1312
Kivirist, Lisa and John Ivanko. Generate More Income in Your Rural Area through Farm Diversification (UMOFC 2646), February 25
1747A/1310
Krome, Margaret and Mark Lipson. Considering the Next Farm Bill (UMOFC 2644), February 25
1747A/1279
Lipson, Mark; Michael Sligh, Liana Hoodes, Joe Mendelson. The Organic Farmer's Voice (UMOFC 2613), February 24
1747A/1291
Ludtke, Melissa. Healthy, Wellness, and Nutrition (UMOFC 2625), February 24
1747A/1274
Marquez, Theresa. Nutritional Value in Organic Foods: The State of the Science (UMOFC 2608), February 24
1747A/1329
Martens, Mary-Howell and Klaas. Thinking Upstream ... Together! (UMOFC 2663), February 25
1747A/1298
Martens, Mary-Howell and Klaas. Weather-Proofing: Weed Management Despite the Weather (UMOFC 2632), February 24
1747A/1301
Mendelson, Joe and Michael Sligh. GMOs and their Impact on Organic Farmers (UMOFC 2635), February 25
1747A/1281
Moody, Allen and Todd Churchill. Finishing Beef on Grass (UMOFC 2615), February 24
1747A/1322
Munsch, Jim. Marketing Decisions Driven by Data (UMOFC 2656), February 25
1747A/1304
Otten, Paul. Natural and Organic Raspberry Production (UMOFC 2638), February 25
1747A/1285
Phillips, Michael. The Organic Orchard in Context (UMOFC 2619), February 24
1747A/1307
Phillips, Michael. Plant Medicines for Plants (UMOFC 2641), February 25
1747A/1320
Rabenberg, Glen. Calcium: The Rest of the Story (UMOFC 2654), February 25
1747A/1313
Riemann, Joe and Bea James. Organic Retail Certification: How to Get It and Keep It Running Smoothly (UMOFC 2647), February 25
1747A/1276
Rouse, Doug. Organic Potato Production and Variety Selection (UMOFC 2610), February 24
1747A/1295
Sanford, Scott. Reducing Farm Energy Costs (UMOFC 2629), February 24
1747A/1317
Sanford, Scott. Reducing Greenhouse Energy Costs (UMOFC 2651), February 25
1747A/1302
Schladweiler, Dean; Travis Lusk, Michael Karsh. How to Buy Directly from Farmers (UMOFC 2636), February 25
1747A/1297
Scoles, Margaret and Emily Brown Rosen. Understanding Approved Materials for Organic Production (UMOFC 2631), February 24
1747A/1314
Stone, Mac. Pastured Poultry: Organic Production and Certification (UMOFC 2648), February 25
1747A/1323
Vaughan, Mace. Native Bees as Crop Pollinators (UMOFC 2657), February 25
1747A/1283
Waldrop, Robert. Oklahoma Food Cooperative: Direct Economic Relationship for Healthy Food and Healthy Profits (UMOFC 2617), February 24
1747A/1280
Warthesen, Adam; Greg Koether, Mike Natvig. Conservation Security Program: How to Make It Work for You (UMOFC 2614), February 24
1747A/1328
Weaver, Tom. Utilizing Small Grains to Supplement Dairy Rations (UMOFC 2662), February 25
1747A/1293
Woodhouse, Jane. New Trends in Small Ruminant Care (UMOFC 2627), February 24
1747A/1324
Yanda, Bob. NPK and Beyond: The Importance of All the Nutrients (UMOFC 2658), February 25
1747A/1296
Yanda, Bob. Transitioning of Row Crops and CRP Land into Organic Production (UMOFC 2630), February 24
1747A/1315
Zimmer, Gary. Putting Science in the Organic Philosophy (UMOFC 2649), February 25
1747A/1289
Zimmer, Gary. Testing, Testing, Testing: Monitoring and Management of Feed, Food, and Soils (UMOFC 2623), February 24
1747A/1275
Zimmer, William. Organic Calf Rearing and Management (UMOFC 2609), February 24
1747A/1282
Zwinger, Steve. Growing and Saving Cover Crop Seed (UMOFC 2616), February 24
2007: Cultivating Integrity (18th Annual Conference). La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2007 February 22-24
Physical Description: 62 cassette tapes, 4 mp3 disks (2701-2719: Keynotes, Healthy Soils, Field Crops, Specialty Crops; 2720-2736: MOC bonus tracks; 2737-2756: MOC bonus tracks; 2757-2763: MOC bonus tracks), and 65 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/803-806
Grazing the Organic Way
1747A/801-802, 1256?
Organic Berry Production [session 3?] (undated tapes 2 and 3)
Keynote Addresses
1747A/730
Cole-Kweli, Johari. Don't Bite the Hands that Feed (umofc 2701), February 22
1747A/731
Meter, Ken. Finding Food in Farm Country (unnumbered), February 23
1747A/732-733
Steingraber, Sandra. Contaminated without Consent: How Pesticides in Air, Food, and Water Sabotage Human Development and Violate Human Rights (umofc 2703)
Workshops and Panels
1747A/773
Bannister, Lindy. Natural Foods: From the Outside Looking in (umofc 2744), February 24
1747A/763
Beard, Daniel and Bonnie. Making the Most of an Organic Dairy Grazing System (umofc 2734), February 24
1747A/791
Behar, Harriet and George Kuepper. Information Resources for Organic Farmers (umofc 2763), February 24
1747A/737
Becker, Roger. Lives Weeds Lead: Secrets They Don't Want You to Know (umofc 2707), February 23
1747A/770
Blecker, David. Harvest the Wind: A Wind Energy "How to" for Farmers (umofc 2741), February 24
1747A/784
Blobaum, Roger and Liana Hoodes. Is Organic Becoming What We Hoped It Would Be an Alternative to? (umofc 2757), February 23
1747A/754
Blomgren, Ted. Using Walk-in Tunnels to Extend the Vegetable and Cut Flower Season (umofc 2725), February 24
1747A/1263
Chase, Craig and Rick Burras. Finding Financing for Your Organic Operation (umofc ?), February 23
1747A/1264
Chase, Craig. Using Organic Vegetable and Fruit Enterprise Budgets to Make Decisions (umofc 2755), February 24
1747A/762
Coehoorn, Darlene. Organic Dairy Conversion Experience (umofc 2733), February 24
1747A/746
Conroy, Linda. Herbs for Commerce: An Exploration for Farmers (umofc 2717), February 23
1747A/776
Dietmann, Paul. Business Planning for a Successful Farm Start-Up (umofc 2748), February 23
1747A/783
Dietmann, Paul. Figuring the Cost to Own and Operate Farm Machinery (umofc 2756), February 24
1747A/749
Diffley, Atina. Post-Harvest Handling for the Market Farm (umofc 2720), February 23
1747A/753
Dyck, Elizabeth and John Navazio. On-Farm Creation of Improved Vegetable Varieties (umofc 2724), February 24
1747A/774
Esse, Erik; Michael Sligh, Greg Reynolds. Potential of Domestic Fair Trade (umofc 2745), February 24
1747A/735
Fernholz, Carmen. Basics of Transitioning to Organic Row Crops (umofc 2705), February 23
1747A/747
Galazen, Tom. Organic Blueberry Production (umofc 2718), February 24
1747A/760
German, Tom and Kristi. Warm-Season Grasses and Summer Annuals in a Forage Chain (umofc 2731), February 23
1747A/768
Guenthner, Dan and Terry Foecke. Emerging Energy Issues (umofc 2739), February 23
1747A/759
Harper, Tracy; Andrea and Lauren Haverinen. Getting Started in Organic Hog Production (umofc 2730), February 23
1747A/745
Hauk, Gunther. Organic Beekeeping Methods for Health and Vitality (umofc 2716), February 23
1747A/775
Henderson, Elizabeth and Linda Halley. Celebrating 20 Years of CSA (umofc 2746), February 23
1747A/744
Hoch, Harry and David Sliwa. Small-Scale Tree Fruit Production (umofc 2715), February 23
1747A/789-790
Hoefner, Ferd and Mark Lipson. A Time to Act: New Vision for the 2007 Farm Bill (umofc 2762), February 23-24
1747A/778
Jensen, Kay and Paul Ehrhardt. Adding New Enterprises (umofc 2750), February 23
1747A/777
Johnston, Andy and Dean Schladweiler. Selling Produce to Retailers (umofc 2749), February 23
1747A/740
Kandel, Hans. Small Grain Crop Production in an Organic Farming System (umofc 2711), February 23
1747A/764
Leiterman, Dan. Parasite Control in Organic Livestock (umofc 2735), February 24
1747A/758
Levendoski, Nick and Roger Peters. Organic Egg Production Basics (umofc 2729), February 23
1747A/782
Luebke, Gary. New Whole-Farm Revenue Insurance (umofc 2754), February 24
1747A/787
Marqusee, Rob. Organic Agriculture as an Economic Development Tool (umofc 2759), February 23
1747A/785-786
Meter, Ken. Finding Food in Farm Country (umofc 2758), February 23
1747A/739
Morsbach, Hans. Originating and Maintaining a Sustainable Forest (umofc 2710), February 24
1747A/742
Moyer, Jeff. Managing Weeds in Organic Row Crops (umofc 2713), February 24
1747A/741
Moyer, Jeff. Organic No-Till: One Pass, Multiple Benefits (umofc 2712), February 23
1747A/757
Munsch, Jim and Art Thicke. Managing Pasture Plants (umofc 2728), February 23
1747A/780
Munsch, Jim. Measurements for Making Decisions on Your Farm (umofc 2752), February 24
1747A/751
Nordell, Anne and Eric. Weed the Soil, Not the Crop: A Whole Farm Approach to the Weed-Free Market Garden (umofc 2722), February 23
1747A/752
Olund, Mike. Cost-Effective Greenhouse Construction (umofc 2723), February 23
1747A/769
Perlick, Thomas. Biodiesel from the Field to the Farm (umofc 2740), February 23
1747A/766
Pierce, Jim. Organic Certification Basics (umofc 2737), February 23
1747A/767
Pierce, Jim and Tom Frantzen. Your Papers Please: Effective Recordkeeping Strategies for Organic Livestock (umofc 2738), February 24
1747A/755
Pincus, Steve and Atina Diffley. Cucumbers to Zucchini: Growing Organic Cucurbits (umofc 2726), February 24
1747A/750
Pincus, Steve. Organic Transplant Production (umofc 2721), February 23
1747A/779
Reynolds, Greg and Barb Perkins. Marketing Models for the Market Farm (umofc 2751), February 23
1747A/788
Richardson, Dick. Genetics: The More We Learn, the Less We Can Predict (umofc 2761), February 24
1747A/736
Richardson, Patricia. Rainbow Soil: Managing for the Ultimate in Soil Quality (umofc 2706), February 23
1747A/756
Riddle, Jim. Highlights from the IFOAM Organic Livestock Conference (umofc 2727), February 23
1747A/743
Rosmann, Daniel. Ridge Till for Organic Farmers (umofc 2714), February 24
1747A/771
Sanford, Scott. Finding an Un-Needed Watts and Therms: How to Audit Your Energy Usage (umofc 2742), February 24
1747A/772
Schladweiler, Dean and Andy Johnston. How to Buy Directly from Farmers (umofc 2743), February 24
1747A/761
Smith, Margaret. Planned Grazing to Meet Multiple Objectives (umofc 2732), February 24
1747A/765
Tikofsky, Linda; Jule Taylor, Peter Ruegemer. Milk Quality is Utterly Important (umofc 2736), February 23
1747A/781
Tomkins, Juliet and Prescott Bergh. Raise What the Customer Wants: Real Life Marketing (umofc 2753), February 24
1747A/734
Wilson, Dave. Art of Cover Cropping: Building Soil, Resiliency, and Biodiversity (umofc 2704), February 23
1747A/748
Wilson, Laura and Brian. Organic Strawberry Production (umofc 2719), February 24
1747A/738
Zimmer, Gary. Accelerating the System (umofc 2709), February 24
2008: 19th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2008 February 21-23
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (2801-2817: Keynotes, Healthy Soil, Field Crops; 2818-2828: Specialty Crops, Market Farming; 2829-2846: Livestock, Marketing and Business; 2847-2861: Marketing and Business, Organic Retailing, Ag Policy, Consumers, Trends, Research Symposium, bonus tracks) and 62 e-files 
Note: There are no recordings of the first Midwest Organic Research Symposium, which ran concurrently with conference workshops in 2008.
Organic University
1747A/912-913
Fresh Market
Keynote Addresses
1747A/853
Hemmelgarn, Melinda. Illusion of Choice: Finding Good Food, Food Truth, and Justice for All (2802), February 22
1747A/854
Kimbrell, Andrew. Fatal Harvest: The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture (2803), February 23
1747A/851
Martens, Elizabeth; Heidi Kraiss, James Frantzen. The Next Generation of Organic Farmers and Researchers (2801), February 21
Workshops and Panels
1747A/906
Allen, Will. Intensive Urban Agriculture (2857), February 22
1747A/909
Bruckner, Traci. Government Programs: Opportunities for Organic Farmers and Ranchers (2860), February 23
1747A/904
Bruckner, Traci; Adam Warthesen, Jeanne Merrill, Aimee Witteman. Victories for Sustainable and Organic Agriculture and a Recap of Successful Grassroots Involvement (2855), February 22, 2007 Farm Bill Update
1747A/858
Cain, Bob. Soil Remineralization (2807), February 23
1747A/887
Coehoorn, Darlene and Guy Jodarski. Mastitis on Organic Dairies: Advanced Tools and Techniques (2837), February 23
1747A/872
Colquhoun, Jed. Steel and Strategies: Weed Control on the Organic Vegetable Farm (2822), February 22
1747A/857
Colquhoun, Jed; Kathleen Delate, Matt Liebman. Weed Biology (2806), February 22
1747A/867
Cullen, Eileen. Going Beyond Insecticides: The Future of Soybean Aphid Management (2816), February 23
1747A/868
Dallefeld, Karl. Optimizing Forage Quality and Hay Profitability (2817), February 23
1747A/877
Diffley, Atina. Broccoli to Kale: Growing Organic Brassica (2827), February 23
1747A/855
Diffley, Atina. Soil Health and Biodiversity in Practice: Harnessing Biology, Ecology, and Resiliency on the Farm (2804), February 22
1747A/871
Diffley, Martin. Equipment for the Produce Farmer (2821), February 22
1747A/895
Ebbert, David and Jackie Von Ruden. Organic Paperwork: It's Easier Than You Think (2846), February 22
1747A/888
Goldstein, Walter and Nick Levendoski. Meeting the Methionine Needs of Organic Poultry with Corn (2838), February 23
1747A/892
Gowdy, Tom. AGR-LITE Crop Insurance for the Organic Farmer (2842), February 22
1747A/896
Halley, Linda and Jim Slama. Post-Harvest Handling and Packing for Wholesale Markets (2847), February 23
1747A/890
Halley, Linda and Steve Pincus. Training, Supervising, Managing, and Partnering with Employees (2840), February 22
1747A/881
Harper, Tracy. Basics of Organic Hog Production (2831), February 22
1747A/875
Henderson, Elizabeth. CSA 101 (2825), February 23
1747A/876
Hendrickson, John. Small-Scale Equipment for the Organic Market Gardener (2826), February 23
1747A/879
Holliday, Richard. Back to the Basics: Building a Foundation for Holistic Animal Health (2829), February 22
1747A/907
Hoodes, Liana and Michael Sligh. National Organic Action Plan: What We've Learned and Where We're Going (2858), February 22
1747A/885
Karreman, Hubert. Managing Health on Organic Dairy Farms (2835), February 23
1747A/910
Kimbrell, Andy and Kevin Zelig Golden. Biotech v. U.S. Farmer: The Tide is Turning (2861), February 23
1747A/908
Kleinschmit, Martin and Robert Byrnes. Matching Energy Needs to Farm Sources (2859), February 22
1747A/863
Kopecky, Mark. Monitoring Soil Quality (2812), February 23
1747A/898
Krueger, Jill. Before the Next Storm: Disaster Preparedness for Organic Farmers (2849), February 23
1747A/862
Liebman, Matt. Effective Weed Management Strategies for Organic Farming (2811), February 23
1747A/883
Maro, Julie and Vince. Raising Organic Poultry on Pasture (2833), February 22
1747A/865
Martens, Mary-Howell. Growing Profitable Small Grains: the Agronomics and Economics of Success (2814), February 22
1747A/901
Mehnert, Pam and Lisa Malmarowski. Marketing as an Independent in a Highly-Competitive Market (2852), February 23
1747A/894
Merrill, Jeanne. Shaking the Federal Money Tree: Using Federal Programs to Support Your Work (2845), February 22
1747A/889
Minar, Dave and Florence. Mother Knows Best: Suckling Systems for Organic Dairy Farms (2839), February 23
1747A/859
Moyer, Jeff. Farm Scale Composting: Production and Use (2808), February 23
1747A/893
Munsch, Jim. Making the Right Financial Decisions on Your Farm (2844), February 22
1747A/884
Munsch, Jim and Jim Goodman. Utilizing Your Grass Resource (2834), February 23
1747A/869
Otten, Paul. Growing Raspberries from Soil to Market (2818), February 22
1747A/864
Porter, Paul and Seth Fore. On-Farm Crushing of Oilseed Crops (2813), February 22
1747A/873
Moyer, Jeff; Emily Bernstein, Steve Zwinger. Organic No-Till (2823), February 22
1747A/891
Rheinheimer, Lowell. Moving Toward Stability: Developing Cooperative Models for Marketing Organic Feedstuffs (2841), February 22
1747A/861
Rosmann, Daniel; Kathleen Delate, Tom Miller. No Till, Ridge Till, and Zone Till Panel (2810), February 23
1747A/899
Rupprecht, Mike and Jennifer. Direct Marketing Meats: Sell What You Raise, Raise What Sells (2850), February 23
1747A/860
Snapp, Sieglinde and Vicki Morrone. From Soil Problems to Progress: Advanced Cover Crop Systems Planning (2809), February 23
1747A/897
Stettler, Karen and Deborah Cavanaugh-Grant. So You Want to Be a Farmer: Successful Farmers, Successful Farmer Training (2848), February 23
1747A/911
Tatreau, Lori, Jim Slama, Barth Anderson. Selling Organic Products into Wholesale Markets (2862), February 22
1747A/903
Tomkins, Juliet. Where in Academia to Learn about Organic Agriculture (2854), February 22
1747A/870
Warner, Bill and Judy Hageman. Start your Farming Year in September: Year-Round Growing in Hoop Houses (2819), February 23
1747A/880
Weaver, Tom. Practical Fly Control (2830), February 22
1747A/882
Weaver, Tom. Yes, You Can Balance a Dairy Ration (2832), February 22
1747A/902
Weinstein, Simcha. Merchandising Organic Produce: Beyond Displaymaking (2853), February 23
1747A/886
Wells, Ann, DVM. Parasite Control for Small Ruminants (2836), February 23
1747A/874
Whitaker, Paul. Cucumber Beetles and Flea Beetles: Their Life Histories, Natural Enemies, and Organic Control Strategies (2824), February 22
1747A/878
Whitaker, Paul; Linda Halley, Harry Hoch, Kevin Shelley, Nino Ridgway. Biological Control in Vegetables (2828), February 23
1747A/866
Wilcke, Bill and Carmen Fernholz. Going with the Grain: Suggestions for Drying, Storage, and Handling of Organic Grains (2815), February 22
1747A/905
Wolf, Robert. Telling the Story of Sustainable Agriculture (2856), February 22
1747A/856
Zimmer, Gary. Hay First, Then Corn: An Organic Farming Plan that Makes Your Farming Life Easier, More Profitable, and More Successful (2805), February 22
2009: 20th Annual Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2009 February 26-28
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (Keynotes, Healthy Soils, Plants & Farms; Certification, Field Crops & Small Grains, Livestock; Market Farming, Marketing and Business; Miscellaneous) and 62 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/925
Farmer of the Year Award: Diversity Leads to Stability: Tom and Irene Frantzen (2970), February 27
1747A/924
Greene, Dr. Alan. Why Farmers Are My Heroes (2902), February 28
1747A/923
Shiva, Dr. Vandana. Agriculture for Life: Beyond Industrial Farming and Globalized Agriculture (2901), February 27
1747A/922
Thursday Evening Panel: 20 Years Cultivating Fertile Ground (2900), February 26
Workshops and Panels
1747A/919
Beattie, Sam. Food Safety on the Market Farm (2927), February 28
1747A/937
Becker, Jude. Organic Hog Production (2939), February 28
1747A/948
Biernbaum, John. Compost for Mid-Sized Farms (2906), February 27
1747A/918
Biernbaum, John. Hoophouse Decisions and Directions (2926), February 28
1747A/960
Blobaum, Roger, Steve Etka, Zachariah Baker. Beyond the Farm Bill: Organizing a Political Response to Other Policy Changes that Would Impact Organic Agriculture in the Midwest (2954), February 27
1747A/968
Bross, Tricia. Bookkeeping on the Organic Farm (2943), February 28
1747A/963
Bruckner, Traci; Adam Warthesen, Aimee Witteman. New Funding in the 2008 Farm Bill for Sustainable and Organic Farmers and Ranchers (2957), February 28
1747A/957
Conrad, Ross and Eric Mader. Healthy Honeybees and Pollinators (2951), February 27
1747A/936
Cuvelier, Keith. Replacing Corn and Beans in Livestock Rations (2938), February 28
1747A/955
Delate, Kathleen and Tom Miller. Organic No-Till (2913), February 28
1747A/935
Dettloff, Paul, DVM. Herbal Remedies for Cattle and Reading the Bovine Hair Coat (2937), February 28
1747A/971
Diffley, Atina. Deciding What to Plant: Clues from Your Soil, Market, Equipment, Land, and Climate (2946), February 28
1747A/938
Ehrhardt, Mac and Maury Johnson. Considerations for Selecting Organic Varieties (2915), February 27
1747A/931
Engel, Marta and Elizabeth Tigan. Energetic Medicine for Organic Livestock: Basic Principles and Practical Solutions to Animal Health (2933), February 27
1747A/941
Fernholz, Carmen. Cover Crops and Rotation for Weed Control (2918), February 27
1747A/940
Fernholz, Carmen; Mary-Howell Martens, Klaas Martens, Keith Wilson, Stan Schutte. Successful Organic Crop Farmers (2917), February 27
1747A/915
Ford, Carol and Chuck Waibel. Filling the Gap: How a Passive Solar Greenhouse Provides Fresh Produce through a Northern Winter with a Miniscule Carbon Footprint (2923), February 27
1747A/928
Fulwider, Wendy. Animal Welfare: Compassionate Treatment on the Farm (2930), February 27
1747A/953
Gamble, Janet and Jim Fullmer. Biodynamics Ideas Any Farmer Can Use (2911), February 28
1747A/954
Gilman, Steve. Outsmarting Your Weeds (2912), February 28
1747A/939
Grosse, Marty and Reuben Stoltzfus. Converting Fallow to Fertile (2916), February 28
1747A/947
Gruver, Joel. Art of Tillage (2905), February 27
1747A/914
Guenthner, Dan and Bill Zakrzewski. Irrigation: A Grower's Roundtable on Designing a System to Fit Your Scale and Resources (2922), February 27
1747A/934
Gunnink, Doug. Got Grass? The Ultimate Organic Choice! (2936), February 28
1747A/972
Hemmelgarn, Melinda. Greenwashing: Media Literacy Tools to Empower Consumers (2947), February 28
1747A/917
Hoch, Harry. Organic Strawberry Production (2925), February 28
1747A/916
Hoch, Harry and Tom Galazen. Grafting Fruit Trees (2924), February 27
1747A/930
Holliday, Richard, DVM. Free-Choice Nutrition for Livestock (2932), February 27
1747A/959
Hoodes, Liana and Roger Blobaum. National Organic Action Plan Update (2953), February 27
1747A/942
Johnson, Maury and Mac Ehrhardt. State of the Organic Seed Industry (2919), February 27
1747A/961
Kepler, Sandy. GMO Impacts on Organic Production and Processing: Problems and Solutions (2955), February 27
1747A/970
Kivirist, Lisa and John Ivanko. Pump Up Your Volume: Tools and Tactics to Tell Your Story, Market Your Biz, Grow the Organic Ag Movement, and Transform the World (2945), February 28
1747A/967
Kivirist, Lisa and Aimee Witteman. See Jane Grow: How Women Entrepreneurs Are Leading America's Rural Renaissance (2942), February 27
1747A/966
Kivirist, Lisa, Roger Blobaum, Melinda Hemmelgarn, Greg Leaf. Media 101: How Organic Farmers Can Work Effectively with the Media (2941), February 27
1747A/950
Kopecky, Mark. Soil Biology Basics (2908), February 27
1747A/921
Larsen, Carol. Cut Flower Selection, Production, and Marketing (2929), February 28
1747A/974
Krueger, Jill. Get More Protection from Crop Insurance (2961), February 28
1747A/958
Lipson, Mark and Steve Ela. State of Organic Research (2952), February 27
1747A/929
McNair, Joel; Art Thicke, Cheyenne Christianson, Vance Haugen. Extending the Grazing Season (2931), February 27
1747A/932
McNair, Joel; Art Thicke, Cheyenne Christianson, Vance Haugen. How Tall is Too Tall? And Other Pasture Management Questions (2934), February 27
1747A/933
Maltby, Ed and Darlene Coehoorn. Organic Milk Production Costs (2935), February 28
1747A/946
Markhart, Bud. Hooray for Roots! (2904), February 27
1747A/973
Martens, Mary-Howell; Klaas Martens, Lowell Rheinheimer, Mike Schulist. Pricing and Marketing Organic Row Crop Commodities (2948), February 28
1747A/952
Moyer, Jeff. Practical Methods for Increasing Biodiversity (2910), February 28
1747A/927
Pierce, Jim and Jackie von Ruden. ABCs of NOP 4 U & Me: Organic Certification for New Applicants (2950), February 28
1747A/926
Riddle, Jim and Emily Brown-Rosen. HOP on NOP: Hear of Progress on the National Organic Program (2949), February 27
1747A/920
Roosenberg, Dick and Todd Juzwiak (Tillers International). Using Draft Animals on the Market Farm (2928), February 28
1747A/943
Shelley, Kevin. Managing Soil Fertility for Organic Grain and Forage Crops: Yield, Economics, and Environmental Compliance (2920), February 28
1747A/949
Snapp, Sieglinde and Vicki Morrone. Advanced Management of Organic Soil Fertility (2907), February 27
1747A/945
Stevens, Jane Hawley. Partnering with Your Ecosystem (2903), February 27
1747A/965
Taylor, Erin. Integrated Weed Management: Fine Tuning the System (2962), February 28
1747A/962
Tedeschi, Sara; Teresa Cuperus, Deb Eschmeyer, Marilyn Volden. Farm to School: Selling Local Food to Schools (2956), February 28
1747A/964
Wiedenhoeft, Mary. Organic and Sustainable Agriculture at Colleges and Universities (2958), February 28
1747A/969
Williams, Rhys. History of the Local Organic Food Movement in the Twin Cities (2944), February 28
1747A/956
Yanda, Bob. Managing Soil Nutrients for Optimum Crop Performance (2914), February 28
1747A/944
Yanda, Bob. Understanding the Systems Approach to Crop Production (2921), February 28
1747A/951
Zimmer, Gary. Designing an Organic Farming System (2909), February 27
2010: 21st Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2010 February 25-27
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (Healthy Soils, Plants, Farms, Keynotes; Field Crops, Small Grains, Market Farming; Livestock, Marketing and Business; Miscellaneous) and 66 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1039
Hassebrook, Chuck. A Wave of Change: Challenges and Hope for Transforming the American Food and Farming System (01), February 26
1747A/1040
Mellon, Dr. Margaret. Two Views of Food Safety: Organic Agriculture and Biotechnology (02), February 27
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/975
Epstein, David and Jim Koan. Three Years of Raising Hogs in an Organic Apple Orchard (22), February 26
1747A/1011
Masiunas, John and Adam Davis. Strategies for Managing the Weed Seedbank and Encouraging Weed Seed Predation (15), February 27
1747A/1003
Phelan, Larry and Mary Barbercheck. An Ecological Look at Pest Suppression in Organic Systems (07), February 26
1747A/978
Rangarajan, Anu and Matthieu Ngouajio (25), Enhancing Diversity and Reducing Tillage in Organic Vegetable Systems (25), February 26
1747A/1009
Stone, Alexandra and Allison Jack. Disease Suppressive Soils and Composts: What Does the Science Tell Us? (13), February 27
1747A/1006
Wander, Michelle and Deborah Stinner. Strategies for Transitioning to Organic Production (10), February 27
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/1010
Anderson, Bill and Holly Dolliver. Soil Characteristics, Processes, and Practical Implications (14), February 27
1747A/1004
Anderson, Dan. Managing Perennial Weeds in Annual Cropping Systems (08), February 26
1747A/1021
Benbrook, Chuck. Science behind the Research on Organic Food Health (51), February 26
1747A/1029
Benbrook, Chuck. Telling the Story of Organic Food Health (60), February 27
1747A/982
Bernie, Jerry and Jim Slama. Creating a Food Safety Plan for Your Market Farm (29), February 27
1747A/981
Biernbaum, John. Fertility and Water Management in Organic High Tunnels (28), February 27
1747A/980
Biernbaum, John. Hoophouse Basics (27), February 26
1747A/1028
Blobaum, Roger. History of the Organic Farming Movement in the 1970s in the Midwest: Who These Early Organic Farmers Were, the Barriers They Had to Overcome, and What They Did Together to Build the Movement (59), February 26
1747A/1007
Cambardella, Cynthia. Overview of Nitrogen Cycling in Agroecosystems (11), February 27
1747A/990
Frantzen, James. Alternative Hog Production (38), February 27
1747A/996
Frantzen, Tom. Step by Step and Day by Day: Frantzen Family Farm (19), February 26
1747A/1018
Frerichs, Laura and Nick Olson. Getting Started in Organic Farming (47), February 27
1747A/986
Gevens, Amanda. Understanding and Preventing Late Blight in Organic Farming Systems (33), February 27
1747A/1033
Golden, Zelig and George Kimbrell. GMOs and the Fight for Organic Integrity (64), February 27
1747A/994
Goldstein, Walter and Charles Brown. Current Developments in Organic Corn Breeding (17), February 26
1747A/984
Grieshop, Matt and Jim Koan. Pest Control Strategies for the Small Organic Orchard (31), February 27
1747A/998
Gruver, Joel. Conservation Tillage for Organic Row Crops (21), February 27
1747A/1005
Gruver, Joel. Understanding and Enhancing Soil Organic Matter (09), February 26
1747A/1014
Guenthner, Dan and CSA farmer panel. Changing Face of Community Supported Agriculture (43), February 26
1747A/1016
Halley, Linda and Steve Pincus. Managing Farm Employees Effectively (45), February 27
1747A/1022
Hamilton, Lisa and Theresa Podoll. Unconventional Farmers for the 21st Century (52), February 26
1747A/999
Helmers, Matt and Matt Liebman? Prairie Strips for Habitat Enhancement and Erosion Control (03), February 26
1747A/1038
Hoodes, Liana and Michael Sligh. National Organic Action Plan: From the Margins to the Mainstream (70), February 26
1747A/1023
Hubbard, Kristina; Theresa Podoll, Michael Sligh, Matthew Dillon. Update and Discussion from the State of Organic Seed Symposium (53), February 26
1747A/1037
Hutcheson, Tom and Aimee Witteman. Current Policy Developments Affecting Organic Agriculture (68), February 27
1747A/992
Jodarski, Guy. Dairy Young Stock Disease Prevention (40), February 27
1747A/989
Jodarski, Guy. Winter Management of Dairy Cattle (36), February 26
1747A/1031
Kivirist, Lisa. Planting Fresh Seeds: Resources, Opportunities, and Inspiration for Women Farmers and Ecopreneurs (62), February 27
1747A/1015
Kivirist, Lisa; Aimee Witteman, John Ivanko. Share Your Farm Story: Tools and Tactics to Market Your Business and Connect with Media (44), February 26
1747A/993
Koether, Greg and Kayla Koether. Organic Sheep Production (41), February 27
1747A/976
Krawczyk, Joe. Certified Organic Specialty Mushroom Production on Locally Available Substrates (23), February 26
1747A/1019
Krome, Margaret. Using Federal Grant Programs to Support Sustainable Agriculture (48), February 27
1747A/1017
Krome, Margaret. Using Federal Grant Programs to Support Sustainable Agriculture (46), February 27
1747A/988
Leiterman, Dan. Creative Ways to Improve Profitability on the Organic Dairy Farm (35), February 26
1747A/991
Leiterman, Dan. Parasite Control in Organic Livestock (39), February 27
1747A/983
Libbey, January and Tim Landgraf. Succession Planting for CSAs and Market Farms (30), February 27
1747A/1000
Lotti, Ariane and Jim Riddle. USDA Conservation Programs for Organic and Transitioning Farmers (04), February 26
1747A/1036
Mader, Eric. Managing Nests for Native Bees (67), February 27
1747A/1032
Mader, Eric. Pollinator Conservation on Organic Farms (63), February 27
1747A/977
Markhart, Bud. Grafting Vegetables (24), February 26
1747A/987
Maro, Julie and Vince. Raising Organic Poultry on Pasture (34), February 26
1747A/1025
Meter, Ken. Organic and Local Foods Form the Backbone of Community Economic Development (56), February 26
1747A/1008
Mohler, Charles. Planning for Flexibility in Effective Crop Rotations (12), February 27
1747A/1002
Moyer, Jeff. Carbon Sequestration on Organic Farms (06), February 26
1747A/979
Navazio, John; Richard Bernard, Joel Reiten. Crop Improvement and Variety Development: Accessible Breeding Techniques for Farmers (26), February 26
1747A/1026
Navazio, John, Micaela Colley, Don Tipping. Organic Seed Production Basics (57), February 26
1747A/997
O'Neal, Matt. Organic Management of Soybean Aphids (20), February 27
1747A/1027
Porter, Warren. Effects of Common Pesticides at Environmental Concentrations (58), February 26
1747A/1030
Riddle, Jim. Squeaky Wheels and Organic Change (61), February 27
1747A/1001
Shepard, Mark. Woody Crops and Agroforestry Principles and Practices (05), February 26
1747A/995
Smith, Margaret. Improving Corn Profitability (18), February 26
1747A/1035
Stout, Kate. Joys and Challenges of Farming with Horses (66), February 27
1747A/985
Tornow, Blaine and Terrie Cooper. Profit from Your Woodlands with Medicinal Herbs (32), February 27
1747A/1034
Von Ruden, Jackie and Jim Boots. ABCs of Organic Certification (65), February 27
1747A/1012
Wander, Michelle and Joel Gruver. Cover Crop Benefits and Techniques (16), February 27
1747A/1024
Williams, Roger. Through the Stress and the Haze: Fostering Caring Communication in Farm Families (55), February 26
1747A/1013
Wiswall, Richard. Planning for Profit (42), February 26
1747A/1020
Wright, Patty and Barb Perkins. CSA Logistics (49), February 27
2011: 22nd Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2011 February 24-26
Physical Description: 6 mp3 disks (01-11, 13-23, 23-37, 41-54, 56-69, 40, 72, young farmers) and 65 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1051
Rangan, Urvashi. From Better Farming to Better Shopping (01), February 25
1747A/1052
Stearns, Tom. What Are We Waiting For? Now is the Time to Rebuild Our Healthy Food System (02), February 26
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/1063
Cullen, Eileen; Robin Mittenthal, Jim Miller, Christine Mason. Integrated Pest Management in Organic Field Crops (20), February 26
1747A/1057
Daley, Cindy and Rosie and Ward Burroughs. Economics of Grain Supplementation on Organic Dairy Farms (44), February 26
1747A/1078
Delate, Kathleen and Silva Carr. Organic No-Till: Can It Work for You? (16), February 26
1747A/1082
Fernholz, Carmen; Jim Munsch, Erin Silwa. How to Conduct Research on Your Farm and Interpret the Results (59), February 25
1747A/1044
Hazzard, Ruth and Gideon Porth. European Corn Borer, Cucumber Beetle, and Flea Beetle Control in Organic Systems (27), February 25
1747A/1055
Minar, Dave and Brad Heins. Crossbreeding Dairy Cattle for Improved Milk Production on Pasture (42), February 25
1747A/1087
Riddle, Jim, moderator. Organic Research Forum panel discussion (64), February 25
Note: Dr. Kathleen Delate, Dr. Patrick Carr, Dr. Erin Silva, Dr. Albert Markhart, Dr. John Biernbaum, Larry Wagner.
1747A/1065
Sprague, Christy. Weed Management and Cover Cropping in Organic Field Crops (22), February 26
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/?
Allan, Deborah and Carl Rosen. Developing a Soil Fertility Plan for Your Farm (11), February 26
1747A/1076
Anderson, Randy. Designing Rotations to Reduce Weed Density in Organic Systems (14), February 26
1747A/1045
Arnold, Sandy and Paul. Crop Production for Year-Round Weekly Markets (29), February 25
1747A/1093
Bauman, Rosanna and Jonathan Beutler. Planting the Seeds for the Young Organic Stewards (YF608), February 25?
1747A/1053
Beard, Daniel and Bonnie. Grazing Organic Dairy Cows (40), February 25
1747A/1067
Biernbaum, John. Compost for the Mid-Sized Farm (03), February 25
1747A/1041
Blomgren, Ted. Developing a Successful CSA (24), February 25
1747A/1073
Borgerding, Glen. Overview of Organic Fertilizer Options (09), February 25
1747A/1095
Bower, Bob. Employee Management Systems (47), February 25
1747A/1091
Bruckner, Traci and Udi Lazimy. Bring Home the Bacon: Shaping Federal Conservation and Agriculture Policy (71), February 26
1747A/1069
Brunetti, Jerry. Crop Productivity through Plant Production (05), February 25
1747A/1064
Bussan, A.J. Organic Vegetable Production for the Processing Market (21), February 26
1747A/1060
Campbell, Dave. Cover Crop Rotations and Weed Control (17), February 25
1747A/1098
Chase, Craig. Working Backwards towards a Profit (51), February 25
1747A/1048
Covelli, Chris. Factors Affecting Biological Tomato Production (32), February 26
1747A/1103
Dietmann, Paul. Getting Ahead on the Farm (57), February 26
1747A/1042
Durham, Terry. Elderberries: Developing the Midwest's Super Fruit into a Commercial Crop (25), February 25
1747A/1092
Etka, Steve and Michael Sligh. Genetically-Modified Alfalfa: Updates and Impacts (72), February 26
1747A/1046
Galazen, Tom. Diversified Small-Scale Fruit Production (30), February 25
1747A/1066
Goldstein, Walter and Sarah Carlson. Breeding Corn for Organic Farming (23), February 26
1747A/1049
Hazzard, Ruth and Gideon Porth. Pest Control in Organic Vegetables (34), February 26
1747A/1086
Holcomb, Bridget and Adam Warthesen. Get Paid for Conservation Practices through Government Programs (63), February 25
1747A/1088
Ivanko, John. Power Your Farm with Renewable Energy (67), February 26
1747A/1080
Jepsen, Ryan, Melanie Timpano, Katharine Plowman. Educating Yourself about Farming (Young Organic Stewards (YOS)) (307), February 25?
1747A/1059
Jepsen, Ryan and Jim Ranum. Using CRP Ground in a Grazing Program (46), February 26
1747A/1056
Jodarski, Guy. Raising Healthy Calves (43), February 25
1747A/1043
Kilpatrick, Michael. Cold-Climate Winter Production (26), February 25
1747A/1102
Kivirist, Lisa, Audrey Arner, Lindsey Morris Carpenter, Gail Carpenter. In Her Boots: Sustainable Farming for Women, by Women (56), February 26
1747A/1047
Kordet, Kristin, moderator. CSA Roundtable: Reflections on a Movement (31), February 26
1747A/1081, 1100
Krome, Margaret. Grant and Funding Options for Farmers and Rural Enterprises (54_2), February 26
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Krome, Margaret. Public and Private Grants and Programs for Farmers (54), February 26
1747A/1077
Lowenfels, Jeff. Teaming with Microbes (15), February 26
1747A/1075
Lowenfels, Jeff. Using Mycorrhizae for Crop Production (13), February 26
1747A/1070
Mader, Eric. Designing and Implementing Beneficial Insect Habitat on Your Farm (06), February 25
1747A/1071
Markhart, Bud. Photosynthesis: Leaves, Chloroplasts, and Crop Yields (07), February 25
1747A/1061, 1079
Martens, Mary-Howell and Klaas. From Amber Waves to Market (18), February 25
1747A/1054
Mattocks, Jeff. Poultry Diet Alternatives (41), February 25
1747A/1084
Miller, Michelle; Jim Barham, Teresa Wiemerslage, Don Roper. Creating a Regional Food Economy in Our Backyard (61), February 25
1747A/1072
Moyer, Jeff. Carbon Sequestration on Organic Farms (08), February 25
1747A/1068
Moyer, Jeff. Cover Crop Benefits and Techniques (04), February 25
1747A/1089
Porter, Warren. Effects of Common Pesticides at Environmental Concentrations (68), February 26
1747A/1058
Provenza, Fred. The Wisdom Body: Nutrition, Health, and Nature's Pharmacopeia (45), February 26
1747A/1050
Rehbein, Tim. Organic Hops Production (37), February 26
1747A/1085
Riddle, Jim and Ken Roseboro. GMO Contamination: What's an Organic Farmer to Do? (62), February 25
1747A/1099
Schahczenski, Jeff. Whole Farm Insurance Options for Organic Farmers: Adjusted Gross Revenue Lite (53), February 26
1747A/1062
Settelberg, Jim. Growing Edible Beans in the Upper Midwest (19), February 25
1747A/1083
Sligh, Michael and Matthew Dillon. Urgency in Organic Seed (60), February 25
1747A/1104
Sligh, Michael; Jackie Von Ruden, Jackie Hoch, Ernesto Bustos (58), February 26
1747A/1090
Stearns, Tom. Keynote Discussion (What Are We Waiting For? Now is the Time to Rebuild Our Healthy Food System) (69), February 26
1747A/1101
Stockinger, Joan and Bob Olson. Wholesale Markets for Local Food: What's Next? (55), February 26
1747A/1097
Tedeschi, Sara; Jesse Thompson, JoAnne Berkenkamp, Teresa Wiemerslage, Johnice Cross, Doug Wubben. Farm to School: What You Need to Know (50), February 25
1747A/1094
Tunnell, Penelope and Harris Ivens. Capturing and Organizing Farm Information: A Simple and Comprehensive System (52), February 26
1747A/1096
Tunnell, Penelope and Harris Ivens. A Simple and Comprehensive Approach to Yearly Farm Planning (48), February 25
1747A/1074
Zimmer, Gary. Tillage with a Purpose (10), February 25
2012: 23rd Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2012 February 23-25
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (Keynotes, Marketing & Business; Field Crops, Healthy Soils; Market Farming, Miscellaneous; Livestock, Miscellaneous) and 91 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/1398-1400
Advanced Crop Agronomics, February 23
1747A/1401
Atina Diffley's presentation, February 23
1747A/1402-1404
Farm Financials, February 23
1747A/1405-1407
High Tunnels, February 23
1747A/1408-1410
Introduction to Organic Farming Systems, February 23
1747A/1411-1413
Organic Beer Ingredients, February 23
1747A/1414-1416
Organic Pastured Poultry, February 23
1747A/1417-1419
Quality Forage Production, February 23
1747A/1420-1422
Scaling Up Your Vegetable Production, February 23
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1119
Ellis, Curt. The New Faces of Food and Farming (2), February 25
1747A/1118
Krome, Margaret. Growing Food, Health, and Democracy: How Farmers, Activists, and Consumers Are Finding Our Power and Transforming the Food System (01), February 24
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/1141
Gruver, Joel. Cover Crop Innovation on Organic Farms (310 RF), February 24
1747A/1134
Gruver, Joel. Systems Strategies for Weed Control on Organic Grain Farms (210 RF), February 24
1747A/1136
Knezevic, Stevan; George Gogos, Larry Stanislav, Randy Fendrich, Chris Bruening. Advances in Flame Weeding in Agronomic Crops (506 RF), February 25
1747A/1110
Lang, Greg; Eric Hanson, Ben Gluck. Organic Raspberry and Sweet Cherry Production under High Tunnels (304 RF), February 24
1747A/1147
Ruark, Matt; A. J. Bussan, Nick Goeser. Nitrogen Mineralization and Available Nitrogen Patterns in Organic Cropping Systems with Varying Nutrient Inputs (611 RF), February 25
1747A/1129
Ruegg, Pamela; Nicole Lennart, Roxann Richert. Impact of Organic Management on Dairy Animal Health and Well-Being (507 RF), February 25
1747A/1113
Silva, Erin; Tricia Bross, Martin Diffley. Vegetable Variety Selection on Your Farm: Participatory Research and Variety Development (407 RF), February 25
1747A/1151
Silva, Erin; John Hendrickson, Jim Munsch, Linda Halley. Veggie Compass: Which Way Will You Grow? Determining Profitability on Your Diversified Farm (206 RF), February 24
1747A/1162
Wander, Michelle; Jane Sooby, Jim Kotcon. Engagement through Student Organic Farms and Participatory Research: Incubators of the Next Generation of Organic Farmers and Researchers (109 RF), February 24
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/1167
Adams, Ann and Liz Brensinger. Using Body Mechanics and Other Tools to Do What You Love Longer (312), February 24
1747A/1121
Beal, Susan. Demystifying the H Words: Homeopathy, Herbal and Holistic (108), February 24
1747A/1149
Becker, Kat and Tony Schultz. Farm Town in Real Life: Deciding What to Grow (105 YOS), February 24
1747A/1146
Beuning, Kristina. Visual Assessment of Mineral Deficiencies in Vegetable Crops (603), February 25
1747A/1107
Blanchard, Chris. Practical GAPs Implementation on Organic Farms (212), February 24
1747A/1163
Bruckner, Traci and Brad Redlin. Introduction to the Farm Bill (112), February 24
1747A/1115
Bross, Tricia and Mike Racette. Crop Rotation for Vegetable Growers (504), February 25
1747A/1155
Chase, Craig. How Much for Just One Egg? (412 YOS), February 25
1747A/1127
Dettloff, Paul. A to Z of Tinctures (411), February 25
1747A/1123
Dettloff, Paul. Understanding Ground Currents and Animal Health (202), February 24
1747A/1150
Dietmann, Paul. Show Me the Money (205 YOS), February 24
1747A/1139
Diffley, Atina. Soil Health and Biodiversity in Practice: Harnessing Biology, Ecology, and Resiliency on the Farm (203), February 24
1747A/1161
Ennis, Tim. Organic Marketing Opportunity (609), February 25
1747A/1132
Fernholz, Carmen. Row Crops in an Organic Rotation (106), February 24
1747A/1108
Fisher-Merritt, Janaki. Not Your Grandfather's Root Cellar (302), February 24
1747A/1166
Gorman, William; Steven Pinnow, Glen Elsbernd, Adam Warthesen, Traci Bruckner. Federal Conservation and Direct Marketing Programs: An On-Farm Perspective (311), February 24
1747A/1145
Govis, Julia. Building Soils for Urban Agriculture (602), February 25
1747A/1168
Guenthner, Dan. The Changing Face of Community Supported Agriculture (406), February 25
1747A/1122
Gunnink, Doug. Ruminant Nutrition and Ruminant Optimization (111), February 24
1747A/1156
Heyman, Amanda. Organic Grain Contracts (509), February 25
1747A/1143
Holden, Craig. Introduction to Organic Fertilizers 101 (405), February 25
1747A/1130
Holliday, Richard, DVM. Dry Cow Management for Mastitis Control (508), February 25
1747A/1170
Hylla, Nick. Renewable Energy Options for Farms and Value-Added Food Producers (612), February 25
1747A/1106
Kazmar, Beth. Back Stage at a CSA: Member Management, Record Keeping, and Delivery Systems (110), February 24
1747A/1158
King, Rob; Laura Frerichs, Greg Reynolds. Big Enough But Not Too Big: Right-Sizing Your Farming Operation (512), February 25
1747A/1137
Kinsey, Neal. Feeding the Soil that Feeds the Plants (104), February 24
1747A/1154
Kivirist, Lisa; Ann Adams, Liz Brensinger, Mariann Holm, Erin Schneider. In Her Boots: Farm Diversification and Family Integration, for Women, by Women (408), February 25
1747A/1124
Koegel, Tim. Business of Pastured Poultry (306), February 24
1747A/1165
Krome, Margaret; Adam Warthesen, Traci Bruckner, Harriet Behar. Policy Advocacy (211), February 24
1747A/1116
Larsen, Carol. Organic Cut Flower Production (605), February 25
1747A/1114
McCamant, Thaddeus. Organic Strawberry Production (503), February 25
1747A/1120
Mader, Eric and Jennifer Hopwood. Farming for Native Bees and Other Beneficial Insects (107), February 24
1747A/1144
Mader, Eric and Jennifer Hopwood. Functional Native Plant Restoration for Organic Farms (511), February 25
1747A/1135
Martens, Klaas and Peter. Hitting the Market with High-Quality Small Grains (409), February 25
1747A/1157
Miller, Michelle. Local Foods Distribution Systems: The Chicken or the Egg? (510), February 25
1747A/1112
Montri, Adam and Mike Bollinger. Managing Water and Fertilizer in the High Tunnel (404), February 25
1747A/1126
Paine, Laura and Mary C. Anderson. Stockpiling Pasture (402), February 25
1747A/1142
Phillips, Michael. Fungal Dynamics Underlying Plant Health (403), February 24
1747A/1109
Phillips, Michael. Holistic Orchard Management (303), February 24
1747A/1169
Riddle, Jim. Why Eat Organic (604), February 25
1747A/1153
Schahczenski, Jeff. Hurricanes, Pests, Falling Prices: What Might Organic Crop and Livestock Insurance Do for You? (308), February 24
1747A/1117
Seely, Peter. Running a Successful CSA Farm (610), February 25
1747A/1125
Slaby, Sarah. Flies and Fly Control on the Organic Dairy (307), February 24
1747A/1148
Stellari, Giulia and Jeff Froikin Gordon. Rethinking Farm Management and Planning (102), February 24
1747A/1152
Von Ruden, Jackie and Cissy Bowman. Certification Basics (207), February 24
1747A/1160
Von Ruden, Jackie. Organic Paperwork: It's Easier Than You Think (607), February 25
1747A/1164
Wedeberg, Jake. Producing Biofuels on Your Farm (208), February 24
1747A/1131
Wideman, Bonnie. Organic Sheep Production (608), February 25
1747A/1128
Winter, Will. Pastured Pork: The Other Red Meat: Forest Hogs, Whey-Fed Hogs, and Other Happy Pigs (505), February 25
1747A/1140
Yanda, Bob. Managing Soil Nutrients for Optimal Crop Performance (305), February 24
1747A/1133
Yanda, Bob. Nutrient Dense Forage Production: The Link Between Soils, Fertilizer, Forage, and the Animal (204), February 24
1747A/1159
Zweber, Emily and Tim. Generate Your Organic Community, Share Your Farm Story (606 YOS), February 25
2013: 24th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2013 February 21-23
Physical Description: 4 mp3 disks (Field Crops & Small Grains, Business, Keynotes; Market Farming; Soils & Systems, Miscellaneous; Livestock) and 85 e-files 
Organic University
1747A/1221, 1239-1241
Conrad, Russ. Catch the Buzz: Organic Beekeeping
1747A/1222-1224
Food Processing
1747A/1225
Grazing and Ruminant Behavior
1747A/1226, 1238
Herd Health
1747A/1227-1229
Insect Allies
1747A/1230-1232
Mushrooms
1747A/1233-1235
Organic Orchard
1747A/1236-1237
Small Grains
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1220
Fernholz, Carmen. Why an Organic Food Production System? (003), February 23
1747A/1219
Seifert, Jeremy and Joshua Kunau. What We Learned Making GMO OMG (001), February 22
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/1213
Delbridge, Tim; Rory Beyer, Jonathan and Carolyn Olson. Tools for Transition to Organic Crop and Dairy Production (S2B), February 23
1747A/1173
Genger, Ruth; Amy Charkowski, Chris Malek. Growing Great Potatoes: Organic Management and Variety Selection (F2B), February 22 [mp3 file, but no Audio #]
1747A/1203
Gruver, Joel. Precision Organics: Opportunities for Improved Efficiency and Effectiveness of Field Operations (F3T), February 22
1747A/1185
Heins, Brad. Production, Economics & Pest Management Strategies of Organic Grain Supplementation for Organic Dairy Cows (F1A), February 22
1747A/1207
Knezevic, Stevan Z. and Dr. George Gogos. Flame Weeding Research (S3P), February 23
1747A/1254
Schilder, Annemiek C. Unraveling the Mystery of Compost Teas (S2M), February 23
1747A/1246
Silva, Erin; Kathleen Delate, Janet Hedtcke, Tom Frantzen, Altfrid Krusenbaum. Organic Treatments in Long-Term Cropping Systems Trials (F2A), February 22
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/1218
Ackhoff, Sophia. Organizing for Our Collective Success: Beginning Farmer Resources and Coalition Building (S3Z), February 23
1747A/1209
Behar, Harriet, Richard Matthews, Ed Maltby, Oren Holle. Organic Research and Promotion Program (F2R), February 22
1747A/1176
Biernbaum, John and Adam Montri. Managing Water and Fertility in the Hoophouse (S1N), February 23
1747A/1171
Birmingham, Deirdre and Maury Wills. Certifying the Organic Orchard: Perspectives from the Farm and Behind the Desk (F1D), February 22
1747A/1211
Blanchard, Chris. Capturing and Organizing Data for Organic Certification, GAPs Compliance, and Other Endeavors (F3A), February 22
1747A/1178
Blanchard, Chris. Transplant Production Systems (S2C), February 23
1747A/1199
Brockman, Terra; Stan Schutte, Katie Bishop. Turning the Power of Social Media into Loyal Customers and Higher Sales (S1B), February 23
1747A/1214
Bruckner, Traci and Margaret Krome. Funds for Farmers: What Government Resources Are Available? (S2Z), February 23
1747A/1205
Campbell, Dave and Ron Rosmann. Art and Science of Weed Control in Organic Field Crops (S2P), February 23
1747A/1186
Campbell, Steve. How to Select Bovine Genetics and Develop Your Own Replacements (F1N), February 22
1747A/1192
Cates, Richard L. Jr.; Richard Ness, Altfrid Krusenbaum, Kent Solberg. Nurturing the Next Generation of Organic Livestock Farmers (F3S), February 22
1747A/1190
Conrad, Ross. Making Friends with Honeybee Swarms (F3M), February 22
1747A/1194
Dettloff, Paul, DVM and Sarah Slaby, DVM. Transitioning to Organic Dairy (S1R), February 23
1747A/1198
Dietmann, Paul and Jeff Gruetzmacher. Access to Credit for Start-Up and Expanding Farms (S1A), February 23
1747A/1201
Dietmann, Paul and Craig Chase. Managing Farm Finances (S3R), February 23
1747A/1184
Diffley, Atina and Lori Hoagland. Vegetable Crop Rotations for Nutrient Cycling and Disease Suppression (F1T), February 22
1747A/1172
Diffley, Martin. Weed-Control Equipment for Vegetable Farms (F1P), February 22
1747A/1200
Erisman, Ryan. Building Your Team, Building Your Business (S2Y), February 23
1747A/1206
Fernholz, Carmen. Transitioning to Organic Crop Production: Secrets from 40 Years of Trying (S3N), February 23
1747A/1181
Frank, Jon. Growing Vegetable Crops for Nutrient Density (S3A), February 23
1747A/1193
Frantzen, Tom and Ron Rosmann. Real Life Experiences with Organic Hog Production (S1M), February 23
Note: No microphones.
1747A/1210
Frerichs, Laura; Adam Cullip, Grant Schultz. Machinery for Beginning Farmers (F2S), February 22
1747A/1250
Genter, Cameron. Biodynamic Agriculture: Building a Farm for the Future (F3C), February 22
1747A/1180
Guenthner, Dan and Mike Racette. Essential Tools: Capitalizing the Market Farm the First Five Years (S2T), February 23
1747A/1191
Gunnink, Doug and Cheyenne Christianson. Moving Towards a No-Grain Organic Dairy (F3P), February 22
1747A/1182
Halley, Linda. Organic Sweet Potato Production (S3C), February 23
1747A/1215
Hemmelgarn, Melinda; Lisa Kivirist, John Ivanko. Power of Storytelling: Tools and Tactics to Tell Your Farm Story (S3B), February 23
1747A/1212
Heyman, Amanda. Marketing Contracts and Long-Term Leases (S1Z), February 23
1747A/1188
Jahnke, Kevin; Brian and Agnes Koenigsknecht. Short- and Long-Term Strategies for Maintaining Low Herd Somatic Cell Counts (F2C), February 22
1747A/1197
Jodarski, Guy. Living with Parasites: Building a Healthy System for Ruminant Livestock (S3D), February 23
1747A/1208
Kivirist, Lisa; Paula Foreman, Jamie Baker. Encore Farming for Women: Launching a Farm Business Mid-Life (F1Y), February 22
1747A/1243-1244
Mader, Eric. Bringing Biodiversity Back to the Farm (F1M), February 22
1747A/1252
Mader, Eric. Providing Habitat for Predators of Crop Pests (S1D), February 23
1747A/1245
Martens, Klaas; Steiner, Albrecht & Others: Conflict and Commonality (F1S), February 22
1747A/1204
Martens, Klaas and Joe Placke. Organic Small Grains: Too Important to Overlook (S1C), February 23
1747A/1253
Moyer, Jeff and Erin Silva. Rolling Rye for Organic No-Till Crops (S1T), February 23
1747A/1183
Navazio, John and Nash Huber. Growing Seed Crops for the Upper Midwest (S3M), February 23
1747A/1255
Olmstead, Julia. Farming's New Future: Thriving in the Face of Climate Change (S2N), February 23
1747A/1187
Osmund, Jody and Beth. Pastured Meat Chickens: Advanced Production and Marketing (F1R), February 22
1747A/1195
Palumbo, Dominic. Integrating Livestock into Your Veggie Operation (S1Y), February 23
1747A/1216
Rheinheimer, Lowell; Logan Peterman, Ryan Johnson. Understanding GMO Testing (S3T), February 23
1747A/1251
Rivin, Jonathan. Composting Organically for Small to Mid-Sized Farms (F3N), February 22
1747A/1242
Schneider, Nick and Ken Schroeder. Beyond Rye and Vetch: Expand Your Cover Crop Options (F1C), February 22
1747A/1217
Shea, Kelly. The Blue, the Gold and Organic: Dialogues with FFA (S3Y), February 23
1747A/1247
Shepard, Mark. Restoration Agriculture: An Introduction to Farm-Scale Permaculture (F2N), February 22
1747A/1179
Taylor, Scott and Angie; Macon Luhning, Michael Dearing and Deb Morton. Local Foods on the Menu: Chef Panel (S2R), February 23
1747A/1189
Thiboumery, Arion and Jim Riddle. Expand Your Livestock Marketing with Meat Processing (F2D), February 22
1747A/1177
Volk, Josh. Time and Labor Saving Equipment for the Vegetable Farmer (S1P), February 23
1747A/1174
Whitaker, Paul. Identification and Control of Insect Pests in Vegetable Crops (F3D), February 22
1747A/1196
Williams, Allen and Rod Ofte. More Gain without Grain: Keys to Finishing Beef Cattle on Grass (S2A), February 23
1747A/1248
Woolever, Jon. Basics of Soil Testing (F2P), February 22
1747A/1175
Wright, George. Cash Grain Crops at the Farmers' Market (F3R), February 22
1747A/1202
Yanda, Bob. Best Practices for High Quality Pastures and Forages (F1B), February 22
1747A/1249
Zimmer, Gary. Fallow to Fertile: Converting CRP to Organic (F2T), February 22
2014: 25th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2014 February 27-March 1
Physical Description: 74 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1363
Lappé, Anna and Mark Shepard. Feeding the Future, Cooling the Planet (GS1), February 28
1747A/1364
Guebert, Alan. Facing Farming's Future (GS2), March 1
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/1359
Brito, Andre. Flaxseed for Organic Dairy Cows (F3J), February 28
1747A/1373
Darby, Heather. Organic Dairy Forages across the Seasons (S1K), March 1
1747A/1377
Gruver, Joel. Precision Cover Cropping (S2B), March 1
1747A/1392
Hendrickson, John; Erin Silva, Chris McGuire, Mike Noltnerwyss. Labor on the Diversified Market Farm (S3F), March 1
1747A/1335
Reinbott, Tim. Controlling Weeds during Transition Years (F1F), February 28
1747A/1388
Sheaffer, Craig. Dried Beans in Organic Production Systems (S3B), March 1
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/1349
Abel-Caines, Silvia and John Stoltzfus. Analysis of Sprouted Barley Fodder in Dairy Rations (F2K), February 28
1747A/1356
Altwies, James. Organic Hops Production (F3E), February 28
1747A/1361
Baas, Dean. Cover Crop Considerations for Organic Field Crops (F3Y), February 28
1747A/1354
Biernbaum, John. Organic Transplant Media and Fertility Management (F3C), February 28
1747A/1380
Blanchard, Chris. 12 Simple Steps to Food Safety (S2E), March 1
1747A/1387
Blobaum, Roger. Organic Pioneers and the Organic Movement (S3A), March 1
1747A/1360
Blosser, Edwin. Get the Most out of Animal Manure with Composting (F3K), February 28
1747A/1336
Bowell, Ben. Assistance for On-Farm Conservation Practices (F1G), February 28
1747A/1385
Brin, Aaron and Angela Davidson. Dos and Don'ts for Obtaining Organic Certification (S2Y), March 1
1747A/1351
Brown, Gabe. Large Scale Rapid Building of Soil with Cover Crops (F2Z), February 28
1747A/1352
Campbell, Dave. Weed Management for Organic Field Crops (F3A), February 28
1747A/1374
Cornelius, Dan. Start a Small-Scale Food Distribution Company (S1Y), March 1
1747A/1357
Cubberly, Tania. Cut Flower Production: From Seed to Design Concepts (F3F), February 28
1747A/1390
Dallefeld, Karl. Building Blocks for Quality Hay Production (S3D), March 1
1747A/1394
Danforth, Adam. Deliciousness: The Science of Meat Flavor (S3J), March 1
1747A/1358
Dawson, Julie; Anne Pfeiffer, Alex Liebman, Claire Strader. Farming in the City (F3G), February 28
1747A/1337
Dettloff, Paul, DVM. Tinctures for Livestock (F1J), February 28
1747A/1389
Dietmann, Paul. Understand Farm Cash Flow (S3C), March 1
1747A/1346
Diffley, Martin. Your First Tractor: Primer for Beginning Vegetable Farmers (F2F), February 28
1747A/1375
Etka, Steve and Juli Obudzinski. Federal Farm Policy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (S1Z), March 1
1747A/1367
Fernholz, Carmen. Organic Row Crops: Challenges and Rewards (S1C), March 1
1747A/1371
Fisher-Merritt, Janaki and Martin Diffley. Cover Cropping and Green Manures for the Vegetable Farm (S1G), March 1
1747A/1369
Fisher-Merritt, John; John Hendrickson, Scott Sanford. Vegetables Every Week of the Year (S1E), March 1
1747A/1331
Gamble, Janet and Erin Silva. Controlling Vegetable Insect Pests and Diseases (F1B), February 28
1747A/1343
Grieshop, Matt. Crops, Weeds and Pests in a Changing Climate (F2C), February 28
1747A/1370
Grieshop, Matt and Harry Hoch. Organic Tree Fruit Pest and Disease Management (S1F), March 1
1747A/1350
Hemmelgarn, Melinda. GMO in the Know: Rhetoric, Realities, Risks and Reason (F2Y), February 28
1747A/1396
Hoodes, Liana; Mark Lipson, Patty Lovera, Theresa Podoll. How Can Organic and GMOs Co-exist? (S3Y), March 1
1747A/1384
Jodarski, Guy. Healthy Organic Dairy Calves and Heifers (S2K), March 1
1747A/1378
Johnson, Charlie. Making Soybeans a Successful Part of Your Rotation (S2C), March 1
1747A/1382
Kevlyn, Suzanne. Organic Consumers: Today and Tomorrow (S2G), March 1
1747A/1353
Kivirist, Lisa; Kathy Zeman, Kristen Kordet, Debra Sloane. Women Farming Solo: Lessons from the Field (F3B), February 28
1747A/1330
Krawczyk, Joe and Mary Ellen Kozak. Grow and Sell Fresh Organic Mushrooms (F1A), February 28
1747A/1386
Krome, Margaret. Federal Grant Programs that Support Sustainable Agriculture, Part 1 (S2Z), March 1
1747A/1397
Krome, Margaret. Federal Grant Programs that Support Sustainable Agriculture, Part 2 (S3Z), March 1
1747A/1355
Lee-Mader, Eric. Farm Planning for Pollinators, Beneficials, and Biodiversity (F3D), February 28
1747A/1368
Lee-Mader, Eric. Get Started in Native Seed Production (S1D), March 1
1747A/1393
Lehman, Mike. Grow Your Own Soil Microorganisms (S3G), March 1
1747A/1345
McGuire, Chris and Juli. Employee Management on Market Farms (F2E), February 28
1747A/1348
Mattocks, Jeff. Grow and Grind Your Own Poultry Feed (F2J), February 28
1747A/1339
Mitchell, Paul and Jeff Schahczenski. Crop Insurance: New Options and Challenges (F1Y), February 28
1747A/1332
Moyer, Jeff. Organic No-Till Farming: State of the Art (F1C), February 28
1747A/1338
Paine, Laura. Extend the Grazing Season with a Forage Chain (F1K), February 28
1747A/1340
Pankow, Karla and Elizabeth Millard. Savvy Marketing Made Easy (F1Z), February 28
1747A/1376
Pillsbury, Brian. Erosion Control on the Organic Farm (S2A), March 1
1747A/1391
Ptak, Anton. Orchard Beginnings for Aspiring Tree Fruit Growers (S3E), March 1
1747A/1372
Ruegemer, Peter. Robotic Milking: Lessons Learned (S1J), March 1
1747A/1366
Schultz, Grant and Karen Stettler. Land Access Hacks (S1B), March 1
1747A/1347
Schultz, Tony and Kat Becker. Beyond the Box: Integrating CSA and Other Markets (F2G), February 28
1747A/1334
Shade, Jessica. The Organic Benefit: Research on Nutrition (F1E), February 28
1747A/1333
Shepard, Mark. Farm-Scale Permaculture: Know Your Biome (F1D), February 28
1747A/1342
Snapp, Sieg and Vicki Morrone. Multipurpose Perennial Grains for Your Farm (F2B), February 28
1747A/1379
Thicke, Francis. Towards On-Farm Energy Self-Sufficiency (S2D), March 1
1747A/1381
Thompson, Collin and Mike Bollinger. Equipment and Systems for High Tunnels (S2F), March 1
1747A/1344
Weiseman, Wayne. Keyline Design and Water Management (F2D), February 28
1747A/1362
Wika, Sue and Tom Prieve. Holistic Management of Goats and Sheep (F3Z), February 28
1747A/1383
Williams, Allen and Rod Ofte. Grass-Fed Beef: Budget for Success (S2J), March 1
1747A/1395
Winter, Will, DVM. Raising Pastured Pigs in Snow Country (S3K), March 1
1747A/1341
Yanda, Bob. Converting CRP Land to Organic Production (F2A), February 28
1747A/1365
Zwinger, Steve. Value-Added Small Grains: Einkorn, Emmer, and Spelt (S1A), March 1
2015 February 26-28: 26th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin
Physical Description: 71 e-files 
Keynote Addresses
1747A/1473
Jeavons, John. Farming for the Future Now: Optimizing Organic Farming, February 27
1747A/1500
Reynolds, Greg and Mary. Saving Seed to Thrive in a Variable Climate, February 28
Organic Research Forum Workshops
1747A/1445
Benbrook, Charles, Dr. Where's the Beef in Animal Product Quality?, February 28
1747A/1446
Biernbaum, John. Vermicomposting for the Cold Climate Farm, February 28
1747A/1456
Delate, Kathleen. E.U. Organic Vegetable Production Innovations, February 27
1747A/1457
Delate, Kathleen. Pest Management in Organic Grain Crops, February 28
1747A/1466
Frantzen, Tom. Practical Approaches and Research Studies with Swine, February 28
1747A/1467
Genger, Ruth and Douse Rouse. Organic Potatoes: From Starts to Storage, February 28
1747A/1468
Granatstein, David, Ken Johnson, and Jessica Shade. Managing Fire Blight without Antibiotics, February 27
1747A/1481
Kriegl, Tom and Paul Onan. Does it Pay to Irrigate Pasture Here?, February 28
1747A/1499
Renz, Mark and Dr. Erin Silva. Organic Pasture Management for Dairy Production, February 28
Mss 1173
Presentation
Electronic Folder  
About MOSES (PowerPoint), 2014
General Session Workshops and Panels
1747A/1442
Abazs, David. Walking Tractors for Small Market Growers, February 27
1747A/1443
aND, mIEKAL. Paradise Gardening with Under-used Fruits, February 28
1747A/1444
Armstrong, Rachel and Chris Duke. Build a Strong Farm Business with the Law on your Side, February 27
1747A/1447
Blanchard, Chris. Productive Packing House, February 28
1747A/1448
Blanchard, Chris. Time and Productivity Management for Farmers, February 27
1747A/1449
Bland, Bill. Climate and Agriculture: Our Evolving Understanding, February 28
1747A/1450
Blobaum, Roger. Origins and Evolution of the Organic Farming Movement, February 27
1747A/1451
Brin, Aaron. Beginning Beekeeping, February 27
1747A/1452
Burton, Jennifer. Animal Welfare in Context, February 27
1747A/1453
Chase, Craig. Why Your Financial Numbers Matter, February 27
1747A/1454
Cutler, Randy. Fencing: Getting it Right, February 28
1747A/1455
Dallefeld, Karl. Quality Hay Production, February 27
1747A/1458
Destree, Reggie. Foliar Feeding Plant Nutrients, February 27
1747A/1459
Detloff, Paul, DVM, and Jennifer Burton. New Developments in Dairy Genetics, February 28
1747A/1460
Dietmann, Paul and Lex Horan. Dealing with Pesticide Drift and Misapplication, February 28
1747A/1461
Dietz, Sandy and Lonny. What Matters Most: Leaving the Paycheck Behind, February 27
1747A/1462
Diffley, Atina and Martin. Farmer Land Rights and Energy Infrastructure Conflicts, February 28
1747A/1463
Ends, Dela. Are Goats a Good Choice for your Farm?, February 28
1747A/1464
Fernholz, Carmen. Organic Row Crops for Beginners, February 27
1747A/1465
Fisher, Barry. Conservation Cropping System to Regenerate Soils, February 28
1747A/1469
Haugen, Vance. Ergonomic, Affordable Milking Parlors, February 28
1747A/1470
Hemmelgarn, Melinda. Benefits of Organic Food and Farming: On and Beyond Our Plates, February 27
1747A/1471
Hoch, Jackie and Harry. Would Stone Fruits be a Good Addition to my Farm?, February 27
1747A/1472
Hollstadt, Angelica. Art and Science of Vegetable Fermentation, February 28
1747A/1474
Jeavons, John. Increase Your Compost's Power, February 27
1747A/1475
Jeavons, John. Use Less Water per Pound of Food, February 28
1747A/1476
Joannides, Jan. Navigating Finance Options for Success, February 28
1747A/1477
Karreman, Dr. Hubert. CowSignals®
1747A/1478
Kazmar, Beth, Dr. Erin Silva, and Amanda Gevens. Identifying and Controlling Vegetable Diseases Organically, February 27
1747A/1479
Kivirist, Lisa. Generate More Income through Diversification, February 27
1747A/1480
Kivirist, Lisa. Homemade for Sale: Increase Farm Income with Value-Added Products, February 28
1747A/1482
Kruszewski, Sophia. The Food Safety Modernization Act: Past, Present, and the Road Ahead, February 27
1747A/1483
Kutka, Frank. Protecting Organic Corn, February 28
1747A/1484
Lee-Mader, Eric. Farm Conservation to Stand the Test of Time, February 27
1747A/1488
McCaman, Jay. When Weeds Talk, February 27
1747A/1489
McEvoy, Miles and Betsy Rakola. USDA Organic Update, February 27
1747A/1485
Maro, Vince and Julie. Organic Pastured Poultry: Lessons Learned, February 27
1747A/1486
Martens, Klaas. Small Grains in an Organic Cropping System, February 27
1747A/1487
Mason, Christine. Rethinking Your Farm with Cover Crops, February 27
1747A/1490
Menken, Michelle. Basics of Organic Certification, February 27
1747A/1491
Montri, Adam. Are You Making Any Money in Your High Tunnel?, February 28
1747A/1492
Morter, Clyde, Martin Wagner, and Klaas Martens. New Cultivation Tools and Technology, February 28
1747A/1493
Ofte, Rod and Allen Williams. Organic Grass-fed Beef Success, February 27
1747A/1494
Pfeiffer, Anne and Linsey Day Farnsworth. Scaling Up to Meet the Demand for Local Food, February 28
1747A/1495
Philo, Allen. Basic Soil Microbiology and Soil Structure, February 28
1747A/1496
Plunkett-Black, Kathleen. Introduction to Vegetable Seed Saving, February 28
1747A/1497
Podoll, Theresa. Building Resilient Organic Seed Systems, February 28
1747A/1498
Porter, Warren and Dr. Charles Benbrook. GMO - What Do We Know?, February 27
1747A/1501
Riddle, Jim. Postcards from the Edge: Iran and Dominica, February 28
1747A/1502
Schahczenski, Jeff. Whole Farm Revenue Protection for Organic Producers, February 28
1747A/1503
Schultz, Grant and Mark Krawczyk. Keyline Design for Your Farm, February 27
1747A/1504
Schultz, Tony and Kat Becker. CSA Recordkeeping, February 28
1747A/1505
Shepard, Mark. Restoration Agriculture: Can I Make any Money at This?, February 27
1747A/1506
Stevens, Jane Hawley. Medicinal Herbs: Use them, Grow them, February 28
1747A/1507
Strader, Claire. Vegetable Crop Planning: Keep Planting!, February 27
1747A/1508
Trott, Doug and Robin. Opportunities for Organic Flower Farming, February 27
1747A/1509
Udelhofen, Eric and Chris and Juli McGuire. Solar Options for Farmers, February 28
1747A/1510
Zweber, Emily and Tim. Say What? A Guide to Evangelize Organics, February 27
2016 February 25-27: 27th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin
Physical Description: 72 e-files 
Keynote Addresses/General Sessions (video files)
BAA 027
Jone, Faye, MOSES staff, Board of Directors. Thursday welcome session, Farmers of the Year presentation (Beth Kazmar and Steve Pincus, Tipi Produce), February 25
BAA 028
Lee-Mader, Eric. Organic Farms: Last Best Hope to Save Earth's Wildlife, February 26
BAA 029
Forbord, Mary Jo. Food in this Place: Is Agricultural Coexistence Possible?, February 27
Organic Research Forum
1747A/1533
Engel, Julie. Pastured Rabbits with the Coney Garth System, February 26
1747A/1539
Grossman, Julie. Beyond Rye: Summer and Winter Cover Crops, February 26
1747A/1540
Heins, Brad and Geoff Brink. Organic Dairy Nutrition with Grazing, February 27
1747A/1541
Hemmelgarn, Melinda. Organic Nutrition 101: Navigating Stories and Science, February 26
1747A/1557
Martens, Klaas. Organic Research: National Results, February 27
1747A/1565
Quinn, John. Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity, February 27
Workshops and Panels
1747A/1512
Archuleta, Ray and Gabe Brown. Creating Healthy Soil, February 27
1747A/1513
Armstrong, Rachel and Cassie Noltnerwyss. Following Labor Laws on Your Farm, February 27
1747A/1515
Blanchard, Chris. Culinary Herb Production, February 26
1747A/1516
Blanchard, Chris. Time and Productivity Management, February 27
1747A/1517
Blobaum, Roger and Jim Riddle. Origins and Evolution of the Organic Farming Movement, February 27
1747A/1518
Bobbe, John, Tim Boortz, Kellee James. Marketing Organic Grains and Forages, February 27, 2016 Outlook
1747A/1519
Boen, Mark. Cover Crops for Vegetables, February 27
1747A/1520
Bollinger, Mike and Ben Bowell. Impacts of Organic Certification: Stories from the Field, February 27
1747A/1521
Bowell, Benjamin. Landslide! Managing Soil Erosion, February 26
1747A/1522
Bradley, Cree. Introduction to Holistic Management, February 26
1747A/1523
Brown, Gabe. Show Me the Money: Impacts of Cover Crops, February 27
1747A/1524
Burkhouse, Paul and Harry Carr. New Takes on the Standard CSA Model, February 27
1747A/1525
Caldwell, Ben and Harriet Behar. Taking the Mystery Out of Organic Certification, February 26
1747A/1526
Carpenter, Jeff. Medicinal Herb Farming 101, February 27
1747A/1527
Church, Abbie. Safeguard Organic Operations from the Grave, February 26
1747A/1528
Clarkson, Lynn. Marketing Transition Grains, Oilseeds, and Forages, February 26
1747A/1529
Cullip, Adam and Steve Pincus. Tools of the Vegetable Trade, February 26
1747A/1530
Deibele, Steve. The Pastured Pig's Perspective, February 26
1747A/1531
Dietmann, Paul and Kay Wiemer. Use Your Good Financial Records, February 26
1747A/1532
Ellis, Kevin. Growing Poultry Feed with Methionine, February 27
1747A/1534
Etka, Steve and Alyssa Charney. Unraveling the Mysteries of Organic Programs and Policies, February 26
1747A/1535
Fischbach, Jason. Pastured Poultry, February 26
1747A/1536
Forbord, Luverne and Mary Jo. Winter Care and Feeding of Rotationally Grazed Cattle, February 26
1747A/1537
Frantzen, Tom. Integrated Weed Control Innovations, February 26
1747A/1538
Frerichs, Laura and Joan Olson. Quality Produce from Field to Table, February 26
1747A/1542
Hoch, Harry. Small Scale On-Farm Composting, February 27
1747A/1543
Holliday, Richard, DVM. Holistic Livestock Management, February 27
1747A/1544
Houtakker, Sheri and Holly Rippon-Butler. Financing and Creative Land Options, February 26
1747A/1545
Johnson, Charles. Organic Farm: Size XL, February 27
1747A/1546
Kastel, Mark. Protecting What We Have All Built Together, February 27
1747A/1547
Kazmar, Beth and Amanda Gevens. Disease Management in Organic Vegetables, February 26
1747A/1549
Kittredge, Dan. Biological Management of Pests and Disease, February 26
1747A/1551
Kivirist, Lisa. Soil Sisters: Toolkit to Empower Women Farmers, February 26
1747A/1550
Kivirist, Lisa, John Ivanko, Paul and Chris Burkhouse. Increase Farm Income Via Diversification, February 26
1747A/1552
Koan, Jim and Jim Riddle. Organic Pest Management in Fruit Crops, February 27
1747A/1553
Kohn, George and Randy, Amanda Gevens. Growing Healthy Transplants, February 26
1747A/1554
Kopecky, Mark. Soil Testing 101, February 27
1747A/1555
Krome, Margaret, Harriet Behar, Roxann Brixen. Finally! Diversified Grower Crop Insurance, February 26
1747A/1556
Larsen, Carol. Hardy Perennials for Fabulous Cut Flowers, February 26
1747A/1558
Mefferd, Andrew. Grafting for Vegetable Production, February 27
1747A/1559
Moyer, Jeff. Organic Row Crop Farming 101, February 27
1747A/1560
Noltnerwyss, Mike. Weed Management of Organic Vegetables, February 27
1747A/1561
Ofte, Rod and Allen Williams. Organic Grass-Fed Beef Success - The Next Generation, February 26
1747A/1562
Olson, Carolyn. Promoting Organic by Finding Common Ground, February 26
1747A/1563
Olson, Joan and Nick, Marsha Salzwedel. Integrating Family Safely on the Farm, February 27
1747A/1564
Pesch, Ryan. Winter Greens Undercover, February 26
1747A/1566
Reith-Rozelle, Judith. Organic Vineyard Table and Wine Grapes, February 27
1747A/1567
Reynolds, Greg. Selecting and Adapting Vegetable Seed, February 27
1747A/1568
Schultz, Grant. Hack Your Farm Tools, February 26
1747A/1569
Sheaffer, Peg and Matt. Scaling Up a Vegetable Operation, February 27
1747A/1570
Sligh, Michael and Lynn Clarkson. Looking for the "Co" in Coexistence, February 26
1747A/1571
Spokas, Kurt. Biochar Production and Use, February 27
1747A/1572
Stettler, Karen. Farm Transfer Planning, February 27
1747A/1573
Swander, Mary, Elizabeth Thompson, and Teresa Opheim. "Map of My Kingdom" Performance, February 26
1747A/1574
Tomandl, Joe, III. Formal Apprenticeship for Beginning Dairy Farmers, February 27
1747A/1575
Tracy, Bill and Erin Silva. The Biology Behind Technology of GMOs, February 27
1747A/1576
Undersander, Dan. Putting Up Quality Hay and Baleage, February 27
1747A/1578
Wideman, Bonnie. Rotationally Grazing Sheep, February 27
1747A/1579
Williams, Gilbert. Growing Small Grains East of the Mississippi, February 26
Initiatives in Africa
1747A/1511
Adeniyi, Ayoola. Initiative for a Greener Africa: Training the Next Generation of Farmers, February 2x?
1747A/1548
Kirabo, Angela. Cybus: Food for All. Teaching the Women of Africa Value Added Food Processing, February 2x?
Workshops in Hmong
1747A/1514
Armstrong, Rachel. Leasing Farmland, February 27
1747A/1577
Vang, Cheu. Basics for Building a Hoop House, February 26
2017 February 23-25: 28th Annual Organic Farming Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin
Physical Description: 69 e-files 
Keynote Addresses/General Sessions (video files)
BAA 032
Farmers of the Year presentation (Bishop family, PrairiErth Farm), February 23
BAA 030
Carlisle, Liz. Lentil Underground, February 25
BAA 031
Masumoto, Mas. Organic Farming: The Next Generation, February 24
Organic Research Forum
1747A/1610
Hazzard, Andrea, Julie Dawson, John Wepking. Organic Grain: From Seed to Loaf, February 24
Workshops and panels
1747A/1580
Abel-Caines, Silvia, Dr. Organic, Pastured-Based Dairy Nutrition, February 24
1747A/1581
Adamski, Jim. Organic Maple Syrup, February 25
1747A/1583
Armstrong, Rachel and Kathy Zeman. Cottage Food Laws and Collaboration, February 24
1747A/1582
Armstrong, Rachel and Chris Duke. Farm Liability and Insurance, February 25
1747A/1584
Bartlett, Ben. Soil Fertility for High Production, February 25
1747A/1585
Baumgartner, Jo Ann. Enhance Biodiversity with NOP Guidance, February 25
1747A/1586
Behar, Harriet. Road Map to Organic Certification, February 24
1747A/1587
Bender, Lindsey. Diversify with Mushrooms, February 25
1747A/1588
Biernbaum, John and Ellen Polishuk. Compost to Scale, February 24
1747A/1589
Blanchard, Chris. Employee Management, February 25
1747A/1590
Blanchard, Chris. Practical Food Safety, February 24
1747A/1591
Bobbe, John and Heath Dewey. Organic Grain Market Update, February 25
1747A/1592
Bowell, Ben and Julie Ammel. Federal Programs that Support Organic, February 24
1747A/1593
Bowell, Ben. Reduce Soil Erosion, February 24
1747A/1594
Brixen, Roxann. Crop Insurance for Organic Producers, February 25
1747A/1595
Brown, Cindy. Organic Edible Beans, February 25
1747A/1596
Charney, Alyssa and Abby Youngblood. Organic and Sustainable in the Farm Bill, February 24
1747A/1597
Clarkson, Lynn. Storage to Mesh with Markets, February 25
1747A/1598
Conrad, Ross. What's All the Buzz About?, February 25
1747A/1599
Cornelius, Dan and Rodrigo Cala. Social Justice in Our Food System, February 25
1747A/1600
Cutler, Randy. Fencing for Organic Livestock, February 25
1747A/1601
Davison, Bill, Callie Martin, Vanessa Herald, Marshall Paulsen. Access New Markets, February 24
1747A/1602
Deibele, Steve. Organic Pork Production, February 24
1747A/1603
Detloff, Paul, Dr. D.C. Effects on Livestock, February 25
1747A/1604
Dietmann, Paul and Noreen Thomas. Pesticide Drift: Response and Prevention, February 24
1747A/1605
Flack, Sarah. The Grazier's Tool Box, February 24
1747A/1606
Frantzen, Tom and Matt Liebman. Effective Weed Management, February 24
1747A/1607
Frerichs, Laura and John Hendrickson. Productive Packing House, February 25
1747A/1608
Hansen, Mike. Pastured Poultry Success, February 24
1747A/1609
Hartman, Ben. Farm Smarter with the Lean System, February 24
1747A/1611
Hendrickson, John. How Many Acres to Make a Living?, February 24
1747A/1612
Hubbard, Kristina (Kiki) and Jared Zystro. State of Organic Seed, February 25
1747A/1613
Kazmar, Beth and Steve Pincus. Sound Decision-Making Tools, February 24
1747A/1614
Kopecky, Mark. Soil Test Results for Farm Fertility, February 25
1747A/1615
Lewis, Nate and Julia Barton. Strategies for Transitioning Producers, February 24
1747A/1619
McCamant, Thaddeus. Organic Fruit Production, February 25
1747A/1620
McDonald, Gary and Jonathan Olson. Innovative Weed Control, February 24
1747A/1621
McNally, Janet. Pasture Management for Quality Lamb, February 24
1747A/1616
Mahalko, Kevin. Journey to 100% Grass-Fed Milk, February 25
1747A/1617
Mason, Christine and Russell Groves. Materials as a Last Resort, February 24
1747A/1618
Mayerfeld, Diane and Margaret Krome. Grant Writing for On-Farm Research, February 24
1747A/1622
Morris, Justin. Regenerate Soil Health, February 24
1747A/1623
Nair, Ajay. Reduce Tillage in Organic Vegetables, February 25
1747A/1624
Nichols, Kristine. Build Resilience with Soil Biology, February 25
1747A/1625
Opheim, Teresa and Jim and LeeAnn Van der Pol. Future of Family Farms, February 24
1747A/1626
Philo, Allen. Soil Microbiology, February 24
1747A/1627
Picasso, Valentin. Winter Season Forage, February 25
1747A/1628
Podoll, Theresa and Michael Sligh. Organic Farmers Alliance, February 25
1747A/1629
Riddle, Jim. Thinking Organic, February 25
1747A/1630
Rogers, Mary and Aaron Wills. Manage Spotted Wing Drosophila, February 25
1747A/1631
Ross, David. Organic Corn and Soybean Hybrids, February 25
1747A/1632
Schomburg, Aimee and Dona Goede. Enterprise Budgeting, February 25
1747A/1634
Silva, Erin. Cover Crops in Your Rotation, February 24
1747A/1633
Silva, Erin, Nate Lewis, and Jim Goodman. Organic Check-Off, February 25
1747A/1635
Sligh, Michael and Bill Tracy. Biotech and Organic: Different Solutions to Similar Problems, February 24
1747A/1636
Stevens, Jane Hawley. Value-Added Herbs: Tinctures to Toners, February 24
1747A/1637
Strader, Claire. Start-up Organic Vegetables, February 24
1747A/1644
Strader, Claire and Dan Guenthner. The Resilient CSA, February 25?
1747A/1638
Thicke, Francis and Kathleen Delate. Organic No-Till for Field Crops, February 24
1747A/1639
Thompson, Collin and Ryan Pesch. Movable High Tunnels, February 25
1747A/1640
Todey, Dennis. Climate Change and Agriculture, February 25
1747A/1641
Varney, Jillian and Kathrine Barnes. Balancing Act: Farming and Family, February 25
1747A/1642
Weiseman, Wayne. Agroecological Farming, February 25
1747A/1643
Zimmer, Gary. Help for Worn-Out Soils, February 25
Land Stewardship Project (LSP), 1992 November
Physical Description: 20 tape recordings 
1747A/807
Keynote address: Wes Jackson
1747A/808
High Value Crops and Local Market Development: Katy Olson, Ron Roller, Anne de Meurisse, Patrick Moore
1747A/809
Saving Biological Diversity in Agriculture: Shan Thomas, Peter Jorgensen, George Boody
1747A/810
Organizing for Change in the Countryside: Marge Wartheson, Steve O'Neil
1747A/811
Sustainable Agriculture Policies: Chuck Hassebrook, Ann Robinson, Marta Cleaveland
1747A/812
Reclaiming the Feminine in Agriculture: Janet Kirschenmann, Annie Kirschenmann, Audrey Arner
1747A/813
Getting Started with Grass-Based Farming: Dan French, Mike Hartmann, Jodi Dansingburg
1747A/814
Spirituality and the Land: Larry Olson, Sister Miriam Brown, Gary Kavender, R. Engdahl
1747A/815
Building Connections Between People, Food, Land: Mark Schultz, moderator
1747A/816
Heirloom Vegetables: Kent Whealy
1747A/817
The Role of Livestock in Sustainable Agriculture: Denny Caneff, David Ostendorf, Craig Cramer, R. Ness
1747A/818
Not Getting Scared Away from Good Causes: Carol Bly
1747A/819
Senator Paul Wellstone
1747A/820
Metro Farm Program: Dialogue with LSP Program staff
1747A/821
Farmland Investor Accountability: Dialogue with LSP Program staff
1747A/822
Sustainable Farming Association: Dialogue with LSP Program staff
1747A/823
Keynote on "Arts of Democracy": Frances Moore Lappé, Paul Du Bois
1747A/824
Mythology and Agriculture: Fred and Annie Kirschenmann
1747A/825
Arts of Democracy-Dialogue: Paul du Bois, Frances Moore Lappé
1747A/826
Literature reading: Nancy Paddock and Paul Gruchow
Michigan Organic Conference, 2001
1747A/836
Ableman, Michael. The Next Agriculture (MIOC 2103)
1747A/833-834
Bhramdat, L.T. Health of Our Nation (MOC 2101)
1747A/835
Cummins, Ronnie. Driving GE Foods and Crops Out (MOC 2102), 8 February 2001
1747A/837
Ikerd, John. New Farmers for a New Century (MIOC 2104)
National No-Tillage Conference, 2007
Physical Description: Some of these may be duplicates. 72 CDs total. 
1747A/1436
Beck, Dwayne. Keep it Cheap, Cheap, Cheap ... Keeping Cover Crop Costs in Line (NNTC 2728)
1747A/1437
Berger, S.; I. Heap, J. Hoorman, J. Martin, D. Towery. Protecting Your No-Till Assets with Cover Crops (NNTC 2729)
1747A/1428
Blackmer, Tracy. Cash in on the Profit Building Benefits of Remote Sensing (NNTC 2715)
1747A/1425
Bradley, Kevin; Chuck Foresman, Pat Steiner. Weeding Out No-Till Corn Crop Challenges (NNTC 2708)
1747A/1432
Evans, Tom. No-Tilling Successfully in Twin Rows (NTC 2722)
1747A/1430
Fehl, Dean; Dave Long, Brad Mathison, Dana Norby. 19 Critical Strip-Till Questions You Need Answered (NNTC 2718)
1747A/1441
Hayes, Matt. Making the Big Decision on Buying a Self-Propelled Sprayer (NNTC 2736)
1747A/1433
Heap, Ian. Dealing with Growing Herbicide Resistance (NNTC 2723)
1747A/1438
Latest Insights on Controlling Diseases, Weeds, and Insects with Small Grains (NNTC 2730)
1747A/1435
Latest News and Views on Controlling Weeds, Insects, and Diseases in No-Till Soybeans (NNTC 2726)
1747A/1426
Leverich, Jim. Measuring to Manage is Critical to Expanding Profits (NNTC 2712)
1747A/1427
Murphy, Larry. Get More Bang for Your Phosphorous Dollars (NNTC 2713)
1747A/1431
Ritchie, Bill. Are We There Yet? (NNTC 2720)
1747A/1439
Ritchie, Bill. What's the Latest with Cross Slot? (NNTC 2731)
1747A/1434
Smith, Read. The 25x25 Initiative: Why Ag Can Produce 25% of Nation's Energy Needs by 2025 (NNTC 2724)
1747A/1440
Smith, Read. Making the Most of No-Till Under 14-inch Rainfall Conditions (NNTC 2733)
1747A/1424
Stiltmann, Daniel. Toughen Up for More Effective No-Till Tire Usage (NNTC 2705)
1747A/1429
Syngenta/Bayer staffers. Newest No-Till Soybean Weed, Insect, and Disease Control (NNTC 2716)
1747A/1423
Worthington, George. Analyzing Critical Spray Pattern Dynamics (NNTC 2703)
Barry George's “Best of” Organic Voices Recordings
Note: Barry George's blog post of January 29, 2012, listed sixteen "Best of" recordings that consisted mostly of keynote speeches delivered at conferences. The four not included here are: L.T. Bhramdat. The Health of Our Nation; John Ikerd. New Farmers for a New Agriculture; Ronnie Cummins. Driving Genetically Engineered Foods & Crops Off the Market; and Michael Ableman. The Next Agriculture.
1747A/841
Jackson, Wes. The Struggle for Sustainability (LSP 1), undated
1747A/839
Kirschenmann, Dr. Fred. Feed the Village First (NPSAS 010), 2000 January
1747A/828
Salatin, Joel. Economics, Environment, Emotion (MSF 901), 1999 November
1747A/829
C.R. Lawn: Control of Our Seed Products (OEFFA 2053), 2000 March
1747A/827
Logsdon, Gene. Wild-eyed Wanderer (MSF 817), 1998 November
1747A/406
Clark, E. Ann. GMOs and the Global Backyard: What's an Organic Farmer to Do? (UMOFC 2063), 2000 March
1747A/838
Nation, Allan. Your Unfair Advantage (MGC 2004), 2000 February
1747A/832
Lawrence, Kathy. Agriculture, Justice, Sustainability (OEFFA 054), 2001 March
1747A/158
Byczynski, Lynn. It's More than Just Produce: Selling the Ideal of Local Organic Agriculture (UMOFC 542, tape 42), 1995 March
1747A/840
Fallon, Sally. The Oiling of America (AAE 2002), 2000 August 28
1747A/830
Savory, Alan. The New Agriculture (OEFFA 052), 2001 March
1747A/831
Long, Cheryl. Agriculture, Nutrition, Hunger (OEFFA 053), 2001 March