Meet the three Madeleine Clare Moore Foundation scholarship recipients (left to right): Veronica Betzabeth Rosales Salinas, Veracruz, México; Marilu Castro, San Ramón, Nicaragua; and Marleny Chi, Quintana Roo, México.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) supported by collaborating organizations will mark the first ever National Day of Racial Healing. The unifying goal is to make a difference and improve the future for our children. Learn more.
Wed Jan 18 at 6:30 pm; check in at 6:15 Consulate General of France
934 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10021
RSVP mandatory at firstname.lastname@example.org
Panel discussion: To eat or not to eat: changing food habits for global sustainability. Panelists will discuss changing food habits and trends. The panelists include Pam Koch, Chef David Bouley, Nancy Easton, and Susan Edgerley.
Revoluciones Alimentarias: New Perspectives on the Contemporary Food System in Latin America
February 22 – 24
Texas Union-Univ. of Texas, Austin
2400 Guadalupe St. Austin, Texas 78712
This conference will address the opportunities and obstacles to transforming the current food system in Latin America and what the rest of the world can learn from it. See details here: https://sites.utexas.edu/lozanolongconference/
This day-long event is geared towards facilitating conversations and workshops around urban farm education best practices, and creating links between educators, farmers, community gardeners, public employees, and funders. Learn more.
CAN is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to sustain rural livelihoods and environments in the global south through the integration of agroecology-based research, education, and development strategies. Our work is both regional and global, with projects and activities in Mexico, Central America, and the United States, and our International Agroecology Shortcourse, which has trained hundreds of farmers, researchers, and community leaders from around the world since 2000.