Cooking with Science
In this full-day camp for incoming 6th and 7th graders, presented by the Edible Schoolyard Project in partnership with the Lawrence Hall of Science, we explore the garden and kitchen and experiment with fruits and vegetables used as food or made into strange and useful products. See how people throughout history have used chemistry in their food and learn how you can continue your experiments safely at home. Learn more and register to attend.
Rooted in Community
The Youth Leadership Summit gathers young people from across the country to cultivate grassroots leadership in support of existing efforts in justice, healing, and unity. More details.
The Summer Institute on Education for Sustainability
Shelburne Farms hosts a 5-day environmental education workshop for K-12 educators, university and community partners. More details.
Fifth International Conference on Food Studies
The 2015 meeting will focus on the crossroads between alternative food systems and traditional systems of agricultural production. Learn more and register to attend.
North American Association for Environmental Education
This year's NAAEE conference will explore ways to enrich and expand our work and workforce, along with other strategies for strengthening our field and achieving greater collective impact. Details and registration.
Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners Conference
A national gathering to enhance the critical relationship between food and health in the Black community by empowering growers, chefs, eaters and activists. More details.