How do we build resilient and equitable food systems? How do we advance policies and take collective action to leverage meaningful change at the systems level? Explore the intersection of agriculture, climate, the environment, and justice in this interactive online workshop, presented by Eco.Logic, in partnership with The Morton Arboretum.
In this workshop, you will be challenged to:
- Think systematically about how modern agriculture contributes to climate change and is also made more vulnerable in the face of climate change.
- Identify where injustices appear in our food system.
- Examine ways to make our food system more resilient, equitable, and a climate solution.
- Discuss how food sovereignty can be achieved through regenerative agriculture, permaculture, Indigenous knowledge, and other community-based solutions.
- Learn to develop and advance policy proposals to leverage large-scale change.
This workshop will equip and empower you to impact change on the food system, whether locally or nationally. You will connect with a community of people committed to a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system. These connections can serve as a resource throughout the workshop and after the workshop is completed. All attendees who attend the entire workshop will be awarded a digital badge for completing the workshop.
How do I access the program?
- A link to join the program will be included in the Order Summary email you receive after registering. Keep this email handy!
- Click on the link at the scheduled date and time.
NOTE: A limited number of spots are available at no cost. To request one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and share in 1 or 2 sentences the reason you are interested. This will help us determine the need for no-cost options at future events.
Offered in partnership with Eco.Logic