Upcoming Pick TN Conference Brings Issues & Experts Together

   Whether you grow an orchard, flowers, a corn maze, wine grapes, acres of produce or manage a farmers market, the Pick TN Conference offers figurative and literal tools to optimize those operations. The proof is online now at www.picktnconference.com where the roster of breakout sessions, networking opportunities and expert speakers is outlined.
   The new conference for Tennessee farmers is scheduled for Feb. 11-13 in Knoxville. A collaborative effort of Tennessee producer organizations and agriculture agencies, the Pick TN Conference is offered as a solution for modern farmers who have little time to explore all the constantly evolving options, issues and information they need to succeed.
   Conference goers can choose sessions based on the needs of their operations. From social media marketing to livestock and crop management, to operation diversification, participants will access resources for every facet of modern farm life, all in one event.
   The Pick TN Conference will be held at the Knoxville Marriott. To make hotel reservations, call 865-637-1234 and ask for the Pick TN Conference room rate.
   An early registration rate of $55 per person is available for registrations completed by Jan. 29. Late registration is $80. The registration fee covers access to conference sessions, a reception, a trade show, and lunch on Friday. The trade show will feature technology and equipment exhibitors from all industry sectors as well as an education alley where educational, state and federal groups will be on hand to answer questions and share information about their programs.
   Conference hosts include the Tennessee Agritourism Association, Tennessee Farm Winegrowers Alliance, Tennessee Association of Farmers Markets, Tennessee Farmland Legacy Partnership, Tennessee Flower Growers Association, Tennessee Fruit and Vegetable Association, Tennessee Organic Growers Association, Tennessee Department of Agriculture, and University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
   Registration and reservation details are listed at  www.picktnconference.com. ∆
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