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Healthy Hives, Healthy Lives, Healthy Land

Ecological and Organic Strategies for Regeneration

The 35th National Pesticide Forum

April 28-29, 2017

University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Program Highlights

This years' Forum, Healthy Hives, Healthy Lives, Healthy Land: Ecological and Organic Strategies for Regeneration, will focus on the adoption of policies to protect human health and the environment, and organic land and building management strategies. The Forum, with its broad range of speakers and collaborators, will provide an opportunity for grassroots advocates, scientists, and policy makers to share efforts in building local, state and national strategies for strength and growth.

Quick Links

  • Schedule of the program and list of speakers, including their bios can be found here. Highlights include:
    • Liz Carlisle, author of Lentil Underground, which chronicles the sustainable agriculture movement in her home state of Montana.
    • Don Huber, PhD, professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University.
    • Jim Riddle, former chair of the USDA National Organic Standards Board. He and his wife own and operate Blue Fruit Farm, a diversified fruit farm in southeastern Minnesota.

Organizers

The 35th National Pesticide Forum is convened by Beyond Pesticides and Organic Consumers Association. Co-sponsors include: Pollinator Friendly Alliance, Giving Tree Gardens, Humming for Bees, Kids for Saving Earth, Blue Fruit Farm, Students for Sustainability, Birchwood Cafe, Seward Community Co-op and Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA).

Videos from Last Year's Forum

Miss out on the Forum? See Beyond Pesticides' Youtube page for videos of all the speakers, panels, and workshop discussions from the 34th National Pesticide Forum! Check out our past conferences here.

 If you would like more information about the conference, please email [email protected], or call 202-543-5450.


Interested in becoming a forum sponsor? 

The generosity of our sponsors helps make for a great event year after year. Our sponsors who contribute to the National Pesticide Forum scholarship fund make it possible for people from around the country to participate in one of the most important grassroots pesticide meetings of the year. Learn more about becoming a sponsor