2nd RI General Assembly Agenda September 22-24, 2017

 September 22 | Day 1Time/LocationAgendaPanelists9:00AM-9:30AM Casa Vía OrgánicaREGISTRATION 9:30AM-9:45AMPlenary TentWELCOME Ronnie Cummins (Organic Consumers Association/RI Steering Committee)      9:45AM-11:45AMPlenary Tent STATE OF THE GLOBAL REGENERATION MOVEMENT: STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES, AND NEXT STEPS In this session we’ll hear from nine panelists followed by 30 minutes of discussion and questions.Panelists: Andre Leu (RI Steering Committee/IFOAM Organics International), Daniela Howell (Savory Institute), Ercilia Sahores (RI Staff), Hans Herren (RI Steering Committee/Biovision Foundation), John Fagan (HRI Labs), Precious Phiri (RI Steering Committee/Earthwisdom Consulting), Ruchi Shroff (Navdanya), Ronnie Cummins (Organic Consumers Association/RI Steering Committee), Tom Newmark (the Carbon Underground).Moderator: Ercilia Sahores (RI Team)11:45AM-12:00PM Casa Vía OrgánicaCOFFEE BREAK 12:00PM-1:30PMPlenary Tent     INTRODUCTIONSEach participant will be invited to share a one minute introduction.Moderator: Mercedes Lopez Martinez (Asociación de Consumidores Orgánicos)1:30PM-3:00PMCasa Vía OrgánicaLUNCH          Enjoy an organic mexican meal prepared onsite by local chefs using fresh local ingredients.3:00PM – 3:30PMPlenary TentDEFENDING ECOLOGICAL AGRICULTURE IN THE YUCATAN   Presentation from MA OGM, a collective defending smallholder farmers, communities and the environment in the Yucatan, Mexico. Alicia Poot Tucuch, Gustavo Huchín Cauich, Luis Arturo Carrillo Sánchez (Colectivo Ma OGM)3:30PM-4:30PMPlenary TentBREAKOUT GROUPS: STATE OF THE GLOBAL REGENERATION MOVEMENT: STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES, NEXT STEPSParticipants will be divided into six breakout groups to discuss and identify strengths, weaknesses, and next steps for the global regeneration movement. How do we scale up regenerative agriculture? What resources, tools, or advancements could turn your most common weaknesses into strengths? What are the next steps in your region or area of work for advancing the regeneration movement?Moderators: Andre Leu (RI Steering Committee/IFOAM Organics International) and Ronnie Cummins (Organic Consumers Association/RI Steering Committee)  4:30PM-5:30PMPlenary Tent REPORTS FROM BREAKOUT GROUPS Hear reports about strengths, weaknesses and next steps from breakout groups.Moderators: Andre Leu (RI Steering Committee/IFOAM Organics International) and Ronnie Cummins (Organic Consumers Association/RI Steering Committee)5:30PM-7:00PMMeet in Plenary Tent FARM TOURVía Orgánica staff will lead a walking tour of the Farm School and Ranch. Please bring good walking shoes, a hat and a bottle of water.Rosana Alvarez Martinez (Vía Orgánica) and Azucena Cabrera Oviedo (Vía Orgánica)6:30PM-7:00PMCasa Vía OrgánicaREFRESHMENTS Organic refreshments and cash bar (USD and Mexican pesos accepted) for local organic beer and wine.7:00PM-8:00PMCasa Vía OrgánicaDINNER Enjoy an organic mexican meal prepared onsite by local chefs using fresh local ingredients.8:30 PMCasa Vía Orgánica DRINKS, MUSIC, CAMPFIREFor those who want to mingle later into the evening we will have a campfire and a few guitars on hand.September 23 | Day 2Time/LocationAgendaPanelists9:00AM-10:30AMPlenary Tent 4/1000: A GLOBAL PLAN FOR EDUCATION, COALITION BUILDING, GRASSROOTS LOBBYING, FUNDING, TRAINING, SCALING UPWhat is the Global 4/1000 Initiative and what has the 4/1000 Consortium asked RI to do?(Stage 1) Spread the word, coalition building (reach out and create alliances with food, farm, climate, peace, justice, natural health, etc.

21 Proyectos Regenerativos Innovadores

En noviembre del 2016, Regeneración Internacional (RI) se embarcó en un viaje en busca de los proyectos más inspiradores e innovadores del mundo trabajando en agricultura, uso de tierra regenerativos, u otros conceptos orientados a la solución que involucraran regeneración.