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Keynote: Regenerating Earth and Community

Stories of sustainable development, biodynamic and regenerative farming, gardening and ranching, and community engagement from New Mexico, New York, Egypt, Tanzania, Uganda, and across Latin America. 

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Event Type: 
keynote
Date: 
Friday,
08:30am to 12:30pm
Location: 
Santa Fe Convention Center

Presenter(s)

Courtney White Helmy Abouleish Karen Washington Larry Littlebird Mark Shepard Osiris Abrego Plata

Keynote: Living Earth, Living Climate

An exploration of how we can experience Earth as a living being and work with the dynamic consciousness of the living Earth to address climate change.

Event Type: 
keynote
Date: 
Sunday,
08:30am to 09:45am
Location: 
Santa Fe Convention Center

Presenter(s)

Dennis Klocek

Keynote: Farming the Living Earth

Three successful farmers share how they build water resilience and grow fruit and fiber within diversified, living farm organisms.

Photo credit: Sally Fox

Event Type: 
keynote
Date: 
Saturday,
08:30am to 10:30am
Location: 
Santa Fe Convention Center

Presenter(s)

Chris Tebbutt Hugh Williams Sally Fox

Seeing the Farm as a Living Organism

What does it mean to view our farms as living biodiverse organisms? How can we manage our farms using this lens? Jim Barausky will introduce the concept of the farm individuality, and then four biodynamic growers will take us on a slideshow tour of their farms, sharing some of the diverse ways that a farm organism can be co-created with nature.

Event Type: 
keynote
Date: 
Wednesday,
08:30am to 09:45am
Location: 
Asilomar Conference Grounds Pacific Grove , CA
United States
California

Keynote: Peak Money and the Ecological Transition

Even though ecological agriculture occupies a growing niche in the food market, many farmers find that the more they produce with that market in mind, the less "ecological" they become. Money exercises a relentless pressure on farmers to compromise their deeply held values: often, it seems, the best financial decision is not the best ecological decision or the best decision for one's community and future generations.

Date: 
Friday,
07:30pm to 09:00pm
Location: 
Grand Terrace, Monona Terrace
United States
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