We’ll have hayrides out to the pasture where we will scatter seeds to help reseed grasses, clover, sunflowers, and other vegetation lost in the spring floods.
We’ll learn from multiple presenters and interactive displays with practical steps forward.
We’ll enjoy live music, a farm to table meal, and a bonfire to roast s’mores.
We’ll have the silo available for climbing and activities for kids to also learn about soil health.
The highlight of the event will be a screening of the documentary Farmer’s Footprint
, about a path to soil health and food independence. Following the 20-minute film, we will have a moderated panel discussion featuring the film’s director, a medical doctor, a regenerative farmer, and a consumer.
We at Jako Farm can no longer just go about life, farming and pretending that everything will be okay. The regenerative agriculture movement is growing and we are fully on board. Will you join us?