The 13th Annual Agroforestry Symposium will be held virtually on January 20. The theme for this year’s event is Food, Fire, & Agroforestry for the Future: Ecological Knowledges for Climate Resilience.
The Annual Agroforestry Symposium is an opportunity for learning and collaboration, held between January and February each year at the University of Missouri, Columbia campus and virtually. This event is free and open to the public, with informative speakers representing the year’s topic theme. The Agroforestry Symposium is a space for growing partnerships, insights, and innovations.
For more information or to register, visit the symposium webpage, or contact the University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry by email or phone (573-884-2874).
Join No-till on the Plains for the 26th Annual Winter Conference, January 25 & 26, 2022, in Wichita, Kansas, for over 30 breakout sessions, 2 general sessions, more than 15 regenerative agriculture speakers, and networking opportunties.
Seed Savers Exchange’s Seed Rematriation webinar series highlights Seed Rematriation partnerships funded through a North Central SARE Partnership grant in conjunction with Seed Savers Exchange. Join to learn how Indigenous farmers, activists, communities, and nations are welcoming seeds home to grow and share.
Seed rematriation addresses the desire for Indigenous communities to actively reclaim their ancestral seeds and traditions. Moderated by Shelley Buffalo, this session features panelists Shiloh Maples and Rosebud Bear-Scheider sharing information on
*their experience with the rematriation process,
*regional variation/northern climate growing,
*Indigenous Seed Keepers Network initiatives, and
*ways this partnership could be modeled for others looking to engage in this work.
Space for the live event is limited, but this session will be recorded and made available on-demand to everyone who registers.
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The Kerr Center is seeking applicants for the full-time position of Education/Horticulture Program Manager, based in Poteau, Oklahoma.