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Only 10 Days Left to Register for ‘Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference’

October 27, 2016 |

grow-local-oc-future-of-urban-food-systemsThe Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference presented by Seedstock in partnership with the OC Food Access Coalition is only 10 DAYS away. Slated for Nov. 10 – 11, 2016, at California State University, Fullerton (Hosted by U-ACRE), the conference will explore the community and economic development potential of fostering local food systems in cities.

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Only Three Weeks to Go Until ‘Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference’

October 20, 2016 |

grow local oc conference future of urban food systems orange countyThe Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference presented by Seedstock in partnership with the OC Food Access Coalition is only THREE WEEKS away. Slated for Nov. 10 – 11, 2016, at California State University, Fullerton (Hosted by U-ACRE), the conference will explore the community and economic development potential of fostering local food systems in cities.

Below is a summary of the conference details:

Day 1 – Conference Day 

Day 1 (Nov. 10) of the conference, attendees will convene at the Portola Pavilion at California State University, Fullerton in Orange County, CA for a series of panels and keynotes that will address such topic areas as: Read More

Qualify for a Chance to Win a Garden Tower Vertical Growing System

October 19, 2016 |
A Garden Tower 2. Photo courtesy of Garden Tower Project.

The Garden Tower, a soil-based vertical container garden system allows urban gardeners to grow 50 plants in just four square feet of space. Photo courtesy of Garden Tower Project.

Seedstock Grow Local OC Conference “Barn Sponsor” Garden Tower Project wants to help you jumpstart your urban farming efforts.

To do so, the company is offering anyone who purchases a ticket to the upcoming Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems conference the chance to qualify to win a Garden Tower. Three winners among those purchasing tickets for the upcoming conference will be chosen at random and announced at the conference on Thursday, November 10. Winners will be able to choose to have the Garden Tower delivered to their residence, or to donate it to a local organization of their choosing.

The Garden Tower, a soil-based vertical container garden system allows urban gardeners to grow 50 plants in just four square feet of space. The tower, which utilizes perforated tubing technology to facilitate the movement of worms and nightcrawlers within it, also enables gardeners to seamlessly compost kitchen scraps into organic fertilizer that helps power the system. It can be placed on a porch, an apartment balcony, or a rooftop, and easily rotates for plant access and sunlight. Read More

LAST DAY to Purchase Discounted Early Bird Tickets for Seedstock’s ‘Future of Urban Food Systems’ Conference

September 16, 2016 |

early bird registrationToday is the LAST DAY to obtain Early Bird discounted registration tickets for the upcoming Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference presented by Seedstock in partnership with the OC Food Access Coalition. Scheduled for Nov. 10 – 11, 2016, at California State University, Fullerton (Hosted by U-ACRE), the conference will explore the community and economic development potential of fostering local food systems in cities. Read More

Seedstock’s ‘Grow Local OC’ Conference Nears Discounted Early Bird Registration Deadline

September 9, 2016 |

early bird registrationLess than ONE week remains to obtain Early Bird discounted registration tickets for Seedstock’s upcoming Grow Local OC: Future of Urban Food Systems Conference presented in partnership with the OC Food Access Coalition. Scheduled for Nov. 10 – 11, 2016, at California State University, Fullerton (Hosted by U-ACRE), the conference will explore the community and economic development potential of fostering local food systems in cities. Read More