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February 6 – March 6, 2021 Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society’s Healthy Farms Conference takes place virtually this year, on five Saturdays. The theme is “Transitions” and the two-hour sessions include presenters and breakouts. Topics for the sessions are Direct Marketing in a Pandemic, How Nebraska’s Agriculture Fits into the Global Dynamic, Local Meat Processing, Land Access, and […]Find out more »
February 7 – March 4, 2021 The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont presents its Winter Conference, a month-long series of events with many different opportunities for online learning, gathering, and movement building. The schedule includes keynote speaker Sherri Mitchell, panel discussions, roundtables, and multi-part workshops for commercial producers, changemakers, and policy.Find out more »
What: Regenerative Grazing: Fundamentals for Farmers When: Online Series: February 2021 | On-farm Field Day: April 2021 Where: Online + On-farm Field Day Cost: Online Series: $30 | On-farm Field Day: $30 | Series + Field Day: $50 REGENERATIVE GRAZING CAN BUILD HEALTHY SOILS AND SUPPORT FARM PROFITABILITY. Are you, a beef producer hoping to improve your environmental and […]Find out more »
Join FACT and panelists from the American Solar Grazing Association to discuss new trends in solar grazing, best practices for shepherds and solar developers, and how you can get started.Find out more »
Join us for two Silvopasture Listening Sessions on January 28 and February 11 presented by the Southwest Agroforestry Action Network and the Quivira Coalition. They feature three speakers: Maurice Robinette, Arnold Clifford, and Hugh Fitzsimons. Through presentations and participant discussion we will gain a better understanding of silvopasture in the Southwest. Bring your questions, concerns, and experiences […]Find out more »
How we spend our days is how we spend our lives. For many of us, a large portion of our day is spent at work. Yet work has become something that we have to do, something that we may even want to escape. When over 65% of people are disengaged at work in the U.S. […]Find out more »
Keeping the earth inhabitable far into the future Collaboration of young people and biodynamic agriculture. Biodynamic agriculture has listened to the climate concerns of the young people and the young people trust that they are being heard. Both will pool their strengths and experiences for the digital conference ‘Breathing With the Climate Crisis’. Through this […]Find out more »
Webinar – Upholding integrated, participatory and inclusive food systems governance through the CFS and UN Food System Summit processes.
Organizers: Global Alliance for the Future of Food Agroecology Fund IPES-Food Dominican Republic SDG2 Advocacy Hub Objectives: Agreements on how to manifest the CFS governance successes at FSS. Appropriate mechanisms and institutional structures for adequate monitoring and evaluation. Importance of inclusive global food systems governance will be upheld.Find out more »
Join for an introduction to holistic management, a framework to facilitate the large-scale regeneration of Colorado's lands. The Colorado Regenerative Network (CRN)is the regional Savory Hub for the state of Colorado which offer networking opportunities, workshops, consulting, and monitoring services. Join for this free webinar led by Kelli and Bill Parker of Parker Pastures, Savory […]Find out more »