Date(s) - 04/14/2018
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Join the ‘Dirt Rich’ couple for a packed day of learning how to live your simple, sustainable dream!
The purpose of The Sustainable Farm Conference is to show people how to live with Less Stress and More Joy. Freedom from the “rat race” can be achieved by learning the benefits of Sustainable Living, growing your own healthy food, and creating a simpler life while saving thousand$$$.
The 2018 Sustainable Farm Conference will include topics on: Homesteading Sustainable Housing Farm Income on Small Acreage Growing Natural, Healthy Food (without pesticides) Preserving and Fermenting Food Farm Animals (their purpose) Helping Beneficial Insects Thrive on your Farm Beekeeping and Solitary Bees Composting and Soil Testing Marketing your Farm Agricultural Green Belt Networking Opportunities Working with a Debt Free Operation Temporary Greenhouse Production
The Funderburk’s have spent 13 years developing their dream, a small sustainable farm, that produces six different income streams. Their mission revolves around teaching individuals and families to grow their own healthy food, by renting garden plots and offering a summer U-Pick Garden to the community. They also host Educational Seminars, farm tours, and have a venue for local events/parties.
Fomerly in corporate sales for a multimillion dollar company, Leigh spends her days managing their 15 acre farm in beautiful Franklin, TN. Olin has been in the construction business for over 30+ years and recently sold his business to spend more time on the farm, helping our community and beyond learn the value of sustainable living & farming.In addition to the conference, each attendee/couple will receive a free copy of “Dirt Rich“, the Funderburk’s book on Sustainable Farm Living, and a free download of their online course “Dirt Rich, Sustainable Farm Living“. Cost $97 per person or $147 per couple which includes lunch and all conference materials. Call/text 615-591-0015 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. To Register click this link: 2018 Sustainable Farm Conference