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The evolution of agroecology as a practice, a research discipline, and a social movement
What does agroecology mean? How is it practiced? Who are the holders / creators of agroecological knowledge? What are the exciting questions or recent advances in agroecology research?

A panel of experts will give five-minute "lightning talks" on their interpretation of the evolution of agroecology as a practice, research discipline, and social movement. Q&A session to follow.

Speakers

Ana Elisa Pérez-Quintero (La Colmena Cimmarona, Vieques, Puerto Rico)
Aidee Guzman (UC Berkeley)
Ali Loker (in conjunction with Charles Francis, University of Nebraska)
Julie Grossman (University of Minnesota)
John Vandermeer (University of Michigan)
Ernesto Mendez (University of Vermont)

Oct 7, 2020 01:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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