Final Call for Registration to Attend Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Conference

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Registration is ending for Nov. 6 conference at UCLA. Nation's leading experts in urban agriculture, sustainable agriculture start-ups, and funding opportunities will fill one-day session.

Farming Fundamentals

An internationally important conference

This is the final call for registration to attend the Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Conference on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

By the year 2050, it is expected that earth’s present population of 7 billion will exceed 9 billion persons. In anticipation of this exponential worldwide growth, and its potential ramifications, Seedstock seeks to foster the development of innovative and economically viable agricultural solutions to insure the residents of this planet are fed simply, organically, and with as little negative impact to the environment as possible.

Limited tickets remain for this internationally important conference. Join the industry’s most notable experts in new farming operations, sustainable agriculture start-ups, and funding opportunities as they examine the economic, environmental, and societal benefits of embracing, developing, and investing in sustainable farms, practices, and technologies.

Sustainable agriculture innovators, urban farming experts and aquaponics entrepreneurs, in addition to agricultural investors and organic and local buyers and sourcers, will offer presentations on a variety of topics, including: connecting urbanites to the food system; distributing sustainable agriculture; the future of farmer’s markets; and, funding future farms and agriculture innovation.

To register, and for additional information pertaining to the event and program speakers, please visit:

About Seedstock

Seedstock is a social venture focused on innovation and sustainability in agriculture. Through the use of a variety of tools, including the news and information blog Seedstock ( and live events, the company promotes agricultural startup companies, university research, urban agriculture initiatives, and farmers employing innovative new techniques and approaches.

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