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The International Meeting for a Living Agriculture is organized by Ver de Terre Production in collaboration with the association Pour une Agriculture du Vivant. The conference will address the agronomic fundamentals of a living soil, agroecological practices across sectors, in France and abroad, as well as advances in cooking and processing allowing to apply key values […]Find out more »
Soil Scientist Christine Jones will spend a good deal of time explaining how we can build new top soil. She’ll explain the amazing power of diversity. She’ll also talk about how Pasture Cropping can benefit the soil and producer. Pasture Cropping is seeding annual crops into former cropland seeded to grasses. This includes CRP, Soil […]Find out more »
This event will seek to foster climate resilience in Latin America by showcasing replicable experiences from research, field projects and best practice. Organized by the International Climate Change Information Programme (ICCIP), with international and local partners, the symposium aims to: provide scholars, practitioners and members of governmental agencies undertaking research and/or executing climate change projects […]Find out more »
Event Description: The root cause of environmental problems is human estrangement from nature— humans feeling that we are not part of nature. How do we experience belonging and not belonging on the land, in the market, at the table? How do we cultivate a sense of belonging within ourselves and as a society? How can […]Find out more »
It’s the largest event in the U.S. about organic and sustainable farming, offering 60 workshops over 6 sessions, inspiring keynotes, engaging roundtables, and a resource-packed exhibit hall with over 170 vendors. Organic University, day 1 of the conference, provides full-day classes that dig deeper into specific farming topics.Find out more »