10th Annual Conference Registration
January 26 - 30, 2021
Thank you to all who joine dus for the 10th Annual OAK Conference on January 26-30th! Did you miss the live virtual event? You can still register and have access to recordings of all the sessions. Access is available on desktop through July 2021 and via mobile app through December 2021.
OAK Conference 2021 is a must for farmers, agriculture professionals, home gardeners and those passionate about building more resilient food systems in Kentucky. Conference sessions provide useful tools, techniques, research and knowledge you can put to use on the farm. The event is going virtual in 2021 so our community can stay safe and now you can enjoy it all from the comfort of home!
Conference sessions cover an array of organic production topics, regenerative agriculture, livestock management, marketing, homesteading and food systems change making. Join us and hear from experienced farmers and national speakers covering a range of topics in sessions, Q & A, farmer roundtables, and keynotes. A Virtual Trade Show will also be part of the experience, connecting farmers with input suppliers, machinery, financial institutions and educational resources.
All registrations include access to:
Keynotes, sessions, and Farmer Roundtables
All session video recordings for up to a year after the event
Virtual Trade Show to connect with industry and resource specialists
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Certified Crop Advisors, Cooperative Extension Agents (KERS), and Certified Pesticide Applicators (KDA)
Scholarships are available through 1/25/2021. Please scroll down to see details.
Save on conference registration with OAK membership and Early Bird registration.
Have questions or prefer to register by phone?
Contact us at or call 502-219-7378.
Please note, conference registration is non-refundable.
Registration Pricing for Recording Access:
$140 - Full access
$80 - Student Full Access
Complete the application below to be considered for a 2021 Conference Scholarship for a full registration. BIPOC, beginning and women farmers, agricultural professionals and others working in the food and farming network in Kentucky are encouraged to apply.
Over 100 scholarships were awarded. This opportunity is now closed.
Many thanks to Southern SARE Kentucky Model State Program, Kentucky State University, High Mowing Organic Seeds and Good Foods Coop who chose to be 2021 event sponsors and support this specific scholarship opportunity.