MIDWEST ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION SERVICE (MOSES)
I had been admiring the Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service, otherwise known as MOSES, for years. So when Communications Director Audrey Alwell wanted a new look for their annual conference program, I was glowing like the first strawberry in spring.
MOSES got its start in 1990 as the Upper Midwest Organic Farming Conference. By 1999 the organization became MOSES and offered year-round education to help organic and sustainable farmers succeed. Today the MOSES Conference, with more than 3,500 attendees each year, is the country’s largest event for the organic farming community.
Are you interested in organic agriculture and finding success in growing your own food? Maybe you’re looking to sell produce to the growing market of health-minded foodies? Check out the many events and publications MOSES has to offer!