Regenerating our Roots / Régénérer nos racines

A truly regenerative agricultural system encompasses not only healthy ecosystems but healthy communities––from providing fair labour conditions at the farm to offering nutritious ingredients for individuals and families. A regenerative food system should reflect the diversity and richness of people, place, and nature.

Join us on March 13th to learn more about food, community and culture from farmer Sun Shan from Chi Garden and speaker Emily Morris from Plenty Canada. We’ll begin this webinar by exploring the relationships between food sovereignty, regenerative agriculture, biodiversity conservation, and community building and how the speakers put these concepts into practice. We will then look at how growing culturally significant crops and reconnecting with land through plants can empower our communities.

The webinar will run for 90 minutes and will be facilitated by Angel Beyde of the EFAO. There will be time for questions at the end of the session. The discussion wll be in English with real-time interpretation in French, and a webinar recording will be available in both languages after the event.

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