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Growing the Organic Movement Since 1989

The Marbleseed (formerly MOSES) Organic Farming Conference is widely known as the first and largest organic farming conference in the United States. Every year regenerative and organic farmers from a wide range of farm sizes, experiences, and backgrounds gather to learn the latest in organic farming methods, build community, and shape the future of the organic farming movement.

Whether you’re certified organic, using organic practices on your regenerative farm, or considering the switch to organic, you’ll find the people, partners, and skill-building opportunities to help your farm business thrive.

Marbleseed's 34th Organic Farming Conference

Early Bird registration is officially open for our 34th annual Organic Farming Conference, February 23-25, 2023 in La Crosse, Wisconsin! Register here.

Featuring inspiring speakers, educational workshops, Organic Universities, and farmer panels, the Marbleseed Conference offers knowledge for all experiences from organic and sustainable farmers, homesteaders, food policy advocates and more. Dozens of transformative, skill-building workshops and roundtables covering business management, soil health, and production are crafted to advance resilient organic farms and regenerative food systems. Learn more about our 34th Organic Farming Conference here.

Explore lodging options in La Crosse. Please note, the options marked “Shuttle Hotel” will be on the shuttle route.

If you would like to receive a printed Registration Guide please contact info@marbleseed.org.

Interested in volunteering at the conference? In exchange for 10-12 hours of service, you can attend the full conference for just $50! Volunteers must be at least age 18. Apply now! .

Interested in being a sponsor or exhibitor at the next Organic Farming Conference? Opportunities are announced in September. Learn how to become a sponsor or exhibitor.

NEW THIS YEAR! Conference registration includes online access to workshop recordings for one year after conference.

Workshop and Roundtable submissions are closed for the 2023 conference, but we’d love your input for the 2024 conference!
Submit a 2024 Workshop proposal here.
Submit a 2024 Roundtable proposal here.

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Scholarships

Scholarships are available for the full conference, one-day admission, or Organic University. Priority may be given to beginning farmers, veterans, historically underserved farmers, and those who have not been able to attend the conference in the past. Tell us why you want to attend the Marbleseed Conference and need a scholarship to make that happen. Apply by December 18th.

Organic Research Forum

Calling All Organic Ag Researchers! The Organic Research Forum at the 2023 Marbleseed Conference Feb. 23-25 includes a poster session documenting completed and ongoing research projects related to organic agriculture.

Send abstract submission in the body of an email or as a Microsoft Word-compatible attachment to: research@marbleseed.org

The deadline for submission is Thursday, December 29th at 11:59pm. Any submissions after this time will be disqualified. Learn more about the Organic Research Forum.

Thank you to our 2023 Organic Farming Conference Sponsors

Marbleseed is a farmer-led organization with a commitment to organic and regenerative farming. We vet all sponsors and exhibitors of the Marbleseed Organic Farming Conference to ensure strong values and mission alignment. Find out how to become a conference sponsor or exhibitor.

For questions, please reach out to Jenica Caudill, Director of Development and Partnerships at jenica.caudill@marbleseed.org