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Meet the Authors & Have Your Book Signed at our Winter Conference!

b2ap3 medium bookstore One of the popular elements at our annual Winter Conference is the bookstore and all the wonderful books available for purchase. With tempting titles and beautiful covers, these books call to us to open their pages and see the delights inside. Each one has been chosen specifically for the information and education they can provide to you, our conference goers.

We are thrilled to have authors on hand for their five wonderful and varied books. Bring your own copy, or purchase one at the conference and have it signed for you or as a meaningful gift for a friend or colleague.


The book signing schedule is from 6-7:00 pm as follows:

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Rachael Mamane: 
Friday, Mastering Stocks and Broths: A Comprehensive Culinary Approach Using Traditional Techniques and No-Waste Methods 




Elizabeth Henderson: 
Friday, Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen’s Guide to Community Supported Agriculture

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Jeffrey Roberts:
Saturday, Salted and Cured: Savoring the Culture, Heritage, and Flavor of America’s Preserved Meats
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Lee Reich:
Saturday, Grow Fruit Naturally
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David R. Montgomery & Anne Biklé: 
Saturday (immediately following the keynote address) The Hidden Half of Nature
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See you at the bookstore next month, and happy reading!

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