Join the 3-day virtual gathering of farmers, landowners and perennial enthusiasts from across the country.
Share your work and learn from others who are committed to growing perennial agriculture for climate, conservation and economic vitality. Design, select plants and partner to create agroecological systems that regenerate the land and support communities.
– Ricardo Salvador
Union of Concerned Scientists, Director, Food & Environment Program
– Samantha Bosco
Cornell University Graduate School of Integrative Plant Science Horticulture Section
– Mark Krawczyk
Author, Coppice Agroforestry: Tending Trees for Product, Profit, and Woodland Ecology
For more information or to register, visit the conference webpage, or contact the Savanna Institute by email or phone (608-448-6432).