The Agroecological Prospect: The Politics of Integrating
Food and Farming with Values and the Land
Agroecology links scientific inquiry, practical arts, and transformative social action to develop food systems that are fair and resilient. The conference program will highlight necessary changes to the design and management of our food systems so
that we may adjust human systems to better function within the limits of natural systems, ensuring economic viability, food security, and the sovereignty of all people.
The 2018 meeting will be hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, with campus and community partners. Optional events include pre-conference tours and a reception on June 13; a banquet on June 15 featuring Native American food, live music and dancing; keynote plenaries; and networking activities for graduate students and early career professionals.
To submit your abstract, to register, and to learn more, go to: https://afhv2018.wiscweb.wisc.edu/