School Garden Teacher Training, July Session
This training re-imagines educational institutions as resiliency hubs for the wider community. Build your team to learn about the fundamentals of designing a sustainable school — from facilities to curriculum — and the community organizing skills necessary to facilitate the process. More details.
National Children and Youth Garden Symposium
Explore topics ranging from curriculum to program management to garden design and maintenance during three dynamic days of educational sessions, field trips, and expert keynote presentations. More details.
2016 Sustainable Agriculture Education Association National Conference
The SAEA champions innovative educational approaches for sustainable agriculture through the development, application, and research of teaching and learning practices. The goal of the conference is to connect educators, teachers, students, apprentices, staff, and administrators who focus on teaching and learning at the adult level. More details.
Summer Institute: Using Gardens to Teach
The summer institute is designed to help educators integrate gardens into their teaching. The training covers topics in literacy, social studies, science, math, and nutrition, as well as builds knowledge about sustainable agriculture, food systems, social justice, and ecological gardening practices. More details.
Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016
“Loving the Earth” is the main theme for Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016. This free, international event will have three main goals, inviting visitors to learn more about: how to be a farmer, how to be a co-producer and how to be a home-gardener. More details.
2016 Southeast Farm to School Conference
The Southeast Farm to School Conference is designed to provide school staff and community members the training and resources necessary to implement successful farm to school programs. More details.
Sixth International Conference on Food Studies
Founded in 2011, the International Conference on Food Studies provides a forum for research and practice-based discussions, in a time of growing public and research awareness of the relations among diet, health and social wellbeing. The conference provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of: agricultural, environmental, nutritional, social, economic, and cultural perspectives on food. More details.
Growing Edible Education Symposium: Building the Movement
Farm to School Ventura County hosts the second annual Growing Edible Education Symposium. More details.
6th Farm-Based Education Network National Gathering
Educators, farmers, nonprofit organization staff, parents, nutrition practitioners, policy makers, students, and more will come together to share skills and resources, build relationships, and celebrate the vibrant field of farm-based education. More details.