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Guelph Organic Conference

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Guelph Organic Conference

Time: January 27, 2011 to January 30, 2011
Location: University of Guelph
City/Town: Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Website or Map: http://www.guelphorganicconf.…
Phone: (519) 824-4120 Extension 56205
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Guelph Organic Conference
Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2010

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A grassroots, regional, mid-winter organic learning experience. Going into its 30th year, this Conference has grown right alongside the organic movement in Canada which traces its start-up to the late 1970′s.

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