A few images from past events

Lots of Natural Agriculture foods to choose from - fresh and pickled vegetables, soups, sandwiches, grilled items, baked goods, healthy sweets, teas and coffee - delicious!

Eriko and Robert at the reception/registration booth

Allicen Maier

Natural Home-Made Skin Care Workshop

Saturday and Sunday, 2:30pm-4:00pm

An overview of the courtyard and booths during a break

Aki Imai's joyful presence at the refreshments booth

Patrick and Jeanne Grosset

of 7th Element Services -

meals and Macrobiotic

Cooking Classes

The home made soups were a popular lunch item

Master Gardener Junzo Uyeno with Conference Attendees

Keynote speaker, Diana Jerkins talks with participants during one of the breaks

Photo exhibit: Zambian women farmers were first introduced to Natural Agriculture in 2005. These beautiful images captured their delight in having a sustainable and healthy food source.

Koji Nakamura - taiko drum solo

Celestine Barnwell -

"Starting a Natural Agriculture Garden"

Making connections and having fun

Allicen Maier is an herbalist and advocate for plant-based nutrition.  She grew up in the forests of southern Indiana where she learned the value of living in harmony with nature and how to allow nature to be her greatest, most profound teacher.  She has been studying herbalism of various traditions and making salves, elixirs, and natural skin care products for over 11 years.  She has a Bachelors of Arts in Cultural Anthropology, worked as a nutritional counselor and Qiqong
instructor, and is currently pursing a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Colorado School for Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado.

Kenji Ban, event co-organizer - a humble and highly skilled farmer

Dr. Diana Jerkins - Keynote Speaker for NAC2015

2014 image and theme:

"An Answer You Can Taste"

Roy Gibbon and Kenji Ban - "Talk to the Experts"

The skin is the largest organ of the body and requires nourishment to maintain optimal, holistic health.  In this workshop, you will learn how to use food and whole plant ingredients to easily make customized natural skin care products.  Everyone will be able to make two products to take home.  Participants will also experience a 5-Step to Radiant Beauty Facial as we try out our creations.  This workshop is hands-on and self-indulgent! School for Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado.

Joy Carroll - "Food:

An Appreciation"

Enjoying samples and sharing recipes

Farmers Scott Park, Bob and Sharon Marr having a hearty conversation

Inside Shumei Hall before the start of presentations and panel discussion