We will engage participants in imaginative individual and group storytelling activities that explore these questions:
Who will renew US agriculture in the future?
Who controls, decides and benefits in agriculture today?
Who is excluded, exploited and oppressed in agriculture today?
What role does Biodynamics play in the renewal of our culture, economy, governance and ecology?
What social narratives, systems, and policies have we inherited that block and/or nurture renewal?
Who is building collective power to renew agriculture and what shows the most promise?
This session builds on the positive response from the 2019 conference 3-day session entitled “Culture Shift 2050: Latinx farm-workers to farm-owners” which engaged participants in individual and group storytelling activities around a social justice theme.