Co-creating Agroecology for Food Systems Transformation

The concept of agroecology, which is based on principles of ecology and social equity, offers a framework for redesigning our food and farming systems. Join with other small farmers, Indigenous leaders, food system organizers, and academics to engage with innovators at the forefront of this evolving, worldwide, and dynamic movement.

This workshop, presented in partnership with Washington State University and Oregon State University, will showcase ongoing projects that are laying the groundwork for innovative research partnerships to address specific challenges faced in the Pacific Northwest. Listen, learn and join the dialogue to become part of the change.

Add your ticket for the symposium when registering for the Tilth Conference. Cost includes breakfast and lunch.