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Early Bird registration ends today!


Farm to Market Connection
Sunday, March 25th
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
CVI Building, Liberty
$25 before March 15, $35 after March 15

Register today to take advantage of the discounted rate

The registrations are rolling in!  Reserve your tickets before the price increases tomorrow.  This event routinely sells out and we're on our way to a full house again this year.  Don't miss your chance to be part of this unique day of networking and education. 

Visit the event page for full schedule and workshop details. 

This year's conference offers a number of new elements:

Keynote address:

Chris Fowler, the executive director of Syracuse First, will share success stories from his organization's to promote local farm and food businesses in Central New York. 

Curbside consulting

A unique opportunity to connect with local business and marketing experts.  Conference attendees will get input on the most sought-after areas of business development support.  View the list of consultants.  

Sign up in advance! Email Challey Comer at ccomer@nycwatershed.org to reserve your space with one of the consultants listed below. Come prepared with materials to review and questions to be answered to get the most out of this experience.  Sessions will last a maximum of 15 minutes.

Food Hub listening session:

Join Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress during this session for farmers and producers to share their challenges in food distribution, infrastructure resources and needs in the region, and opportunities for collaboration or other improvements.

Learn more about our speakers!

Larry's Custom Meats at food.curated.

Hudson Valley Cider Week from the Glynwood Center

The Farm Report from Heritage Radio

Check out this video from last year's event!


Prefer to pay by check?  Please send a check for $25 per registrant, made out to "WAC" and mailed to 44 West Street/Walton, NY 13856.

The Pure Catskills Buy Local campaign is a regional, economic initiative of the Watershed
Agricultural Council. The Watershed Agricultural Council is funded by the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other federal, foundation and private sources. The WAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.