At organic farming conference


Clinton County organic farmer Bob Henson, right, talks with Yellow Springs resident Robert Moore during the opening day of the 38th Ohio Environmental Food and Farm Association’s annual conference at the Dayton Convention Center. More than 1,200 farmers from around Ohio and neighboring states recently attended the organic food conference to attend a variety of workshops and seminars including sessions on urban agriculture and ways to assist those wanted to get in organic farming.


Gary Brock photo

Clinton County organic farmer Bob Henson, right, talks with Yellow Springs resident Robert Moore during the opening day of the 38th Ohio Environmental Food and Farm Association’s annual conference at the Dayton Convention Center. More than 1,200 farmers from around Ohio and neighboring states recently attended the organic food conference to attend a variety of workshops and seminars including sessions on urban agriculture and ways to assist those wanted to get in organic farming.

Clinton County organic farmer Bob Henson, right, talks with Yellow Springs resident Robert Moore during the opening day of the 38th Ohio Environmental Food and Farm Association’s annual conference at the Dayton Convention Center. More than 1,200 farmers from around Ohio and neighboring states recently attended the organic food conference to attend a variety of workshops and seminars including sessions on urban agriculture and ways to assist those wanted to get in organic farming.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/02/web1_henson-guy-1-2.jpgClinton County organic farmer Bob Henson, right, talks with Yellow Springs resident Robert Moore during the opening day of the 38th Ohio Environmental Food and Farm Association’s annual conference at the Dayton Convention Center. More than 1,200 farmers from around Ohio and neighboring states recently attended the organic food conference to attend a variety of workshops and seminars including sessions on urban agriculture and ways to assist those wanted to get in organic farming. Gary Brock photo
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