September 13th & 14th, 2024

September 13th & 14th, 2024

September 13th & 14th, 2024

September 13th & 14th, 2024


Welcome to the first Rocky Mountain Regional Homesteaders Conference and Fair, a gathering of like-minded individuals passionate about self-sufficiency and sustainable living. Join us for a weekend filled with informative demonstrations and engaging workshops to enhance your homesteading skills.


Whether you’re a seasoned homesteader or just starting out, there’s something for everyone! Come connect and cultivate your knowledge with us!


Demonstrations are included in the general admission ticket.

Become a part of our team of presenters for engaging, hands-on learning experiences. Explore a wide array of practical skills firsthand, demos may include: Cheese Making and Ham Radio Operation, Farm Animal First Aid and Cow Milking. Dive into activities like Backyard Chickening and Solar Power Utilization, Butter and Soap Making, and the World of Herbs and more. Immerse yourself in these interactive sessions to expand your expertise and acquire valuable insights. 


Workshops are an additional fee and are limited in availability.

Immerse yourself in our paid workshops, where you can delve deeper into specific topics with hands-on learning experiences.

Some of the workshops may include Canning, Master Gardener, Beef Processing, Farm Animal First Aid, Bee Keeping, and more!

All demonstrations and workshops are subject to instructor availability and may change.



Q: Do I have to buy tickets online?

A: Space in the individual workshops is limited, so if you want your spot guaranteed, you will want to purchase your ticket online.

Q: Will you be selling food?

A: We will have food vendors and concessions available during the conference

Q:  May we bring our own food?

A:  Yes, you are welcome to bring your own food.  Areas for picnicking on the grass as well as picnic tables will be available.

Q:  Will we be able to ride the train and ponies?

A:  Yes, these rides are included in your tickets!  These are one of our most popular attractions for young children. Train rides are open to everyone. Pony rides are only available to children 3 to 12 and under 100 pounds. Please be patient as we work through the lines as effectively as possible.  

Q: What if I have a question that isn’t answered by visiting awhc.org?

A: You may dial 435-245-6050 to visit with an AWHC staff member during business hours of Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or email heritagecenter@awhc.org.