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Seedstock Sustainable Ag Conference’s Urban Farm Field Trip to Tour Diverse Local Food Ops in Los Angeles

Attendees of Seedstock’s 3rd Annual Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Conference will get a sneak peak at Los Angeles’ first multi-faceted food production business incubator for local entrepreneurs along with a tour of a blossoming 1.5-acre high school campus urban farming operation in Pasadena and a visit to a shipping container farm in the L.A. Art District. […]

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Register Now to Receive the Early Bird Ticket Rate for the 3rd Annual Seedstock Sustainable Ag Conference

The 3rd Annual Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Conference: Reintegrating Ag: Local Food Systems and the Future of Cities is slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, November 11 – 12, 2014 at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. The first day of the conference will feature an Urban Agriculture Field Trip to one of the few hydroponic […]

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Seedstock Names Former CA Secretary of Agriculture, A.G. Kawamura, as Sustainable Ag Conference Keynote

(Los Angeles, CA, July 23, 2014) Seedstock today announced that former Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (2003-2010) Arthur Gen “A.G.” Kawamura, will deliver the keynote address at the 3rd Annual Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Conference – “Reintegrating Ag: Local Food Systems and the Future of Cities.” The program, to be held […]

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Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Conference on Nov. 11 – 12 to Examine Future of Local Food Systems

Slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, November 11 – 12, 2014, the conference will explore how city and county policy can encourage investment in, and support of, local and urban agriculture. Also presented will be the business models and technological solutions – from irrigation to supply chain innovations – necessary to augment the growth of local food systems.

A New Vision for Urban Farming

The following editorial originally appeared in the Los Angeles Daily News. It can be found at the following link: In 1900, 92 percent of Americans worked in agriculture. In 2014 it is less than 2 percent. America no longer has a direct connection to how its food is produced. This is a problem — […]

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